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Jimmy Choo high tea Landmark Oriental Hotel HK

What’s the next best thing things to a pair of Jimmy Choo’s? Why, a cake that looks like them!...

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Ice Cream Chick Cake from Baksin-Robbins

Spring has arrived at Baskin-Robbins as the world's largest chain of ice cream specialty shops announced the newest addition to its innovative selection of ice cream cakes – the Chick Cake. Bright and cheery on the outside, delicious on the inside with a customizable combination of Baskin-Robbins ice cream and cake, also available is the Chick Individual Treat...

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Pop up Gin Palace in Covent Garden

Head to Floral Street in Covent Garden on 27th & 28th March for a two day Gin Palace, with famous mixologists, and even an appearance by Stringer Bell himself, Mr Idris Elba, featuring Tanqueray Gin.  It's popping up in the old Aubin & Wills store  and entry is open to the public on Wednesday and Thursday - but given that it's quite a small space be early or be prepared to queue...

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Dogs are getting into FroYo too!

Last year we wrote about the rise of frozen yoghurt – for people – naturally.  Now a Chicago-based company have launched a range just for dogs. Brilliantly-names Arrfscarf comes in Beef Brisket, Peanut Butter Bacon, Chicken Cheddar and Gouda Burger flavours, so dogs can be sure their owners won’t be pinching their treats, although Peanut Butter Bacon (yum)…….?...

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Celebrate Oranges & Lemons Day -Today!

At St Clement Dane's church in London, children celebrate this festival which takes its name from the old nursery rhyme.  The church, founded by the Danish merchants, is located on the banks of the River Thames, and as the story goes, in the old days, the river at London was wider than it is now and barges carrying oranges and lemons landed just below the churchyard of St. Clements Dane, and, as each ship arrived, the bells of the old church would ring.  On the last day of March, local primary school children gather at the church to attend a service. They recite the famous nursery ' rhyme and, on occasions, play the tune on hand bells. At the end of the service, the children are presented with an orange and a lemon from a table outside the church...

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