Scene Indian Street Kitchen Spinningfields Manchester #Review

Scene Indian Street Kitchen Spinningfields Manchester Review: October 2017

Located Left Bank along the River Irwell, in the heart of Spinningfields is Scene Indian Street Kitchen. Winners of several awards, this Bollywood Bar and restaurant sets the scene for an impeccable evening of glamour and style. The delightful outdoor garden terrace space is great for some relaxed al fresco dining in the sun.

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Jack Daniels Barbecue Sauces #Review

Jack Daniels Barbecue Sauces Review: September 2017

Jack Daniel was not a fictitious character and was in fact a real person and the creator of Jack Daniel’s® Tennessee Whiskey in 1866. Jack Daniel’s® Tennessee Whiskey is made using quality and old school methods, at one of America’s oldest registered distilleries in Lynchburg Tennessee.  Packed into the glaze and sauces is either real Jack Daniel’s® Tennessee Whiskey or Tennessee Honey.

Jack Daniel’s ® range of barbecue sauces have launched under license by the Baxters Food Group. Excited to be sent a full case of Jack Daniels barbeque sauces, which included Full Flavor Smokey, Smooth Original, Extra Hot Habanero and Smokey Sweet Barbecue Glaze, I was ready to create some Vegetarian foodie delights.

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Oatly Products #Review

Oatly Products Review: July 2017

Oatly operates from Sweden with Headquarters situated in Malmö and their Production & Development Center situated in Landskrona. Founded in the 1990s the brand is based on Swedish research from Lund University. Oatly, have patented enzyme technology, which turns fibre rich oats into nutritionaly rich liquid products. Oatly’s core ethos is about both human well-being and protecting the planet’s resources.

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Eden’s Semilla Oil #Review

Eden’s Semilla Oil Review: March 2017

edensoilsssBorn in the USA Eden’s Semilla wanted to create a range of oils that supported healthy hair, skin and nails. Geographically located near to South America is how the Eden’s Semilla name was formed. “Semilla” means “Seed” in Spanish and came about due to a demand for the Rosa Mosqueta variety of Rosehip Seed that is found in the Andean regions of South America and now used in Eden’s Oil.

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