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Eating Out

Restaurant Review: Dog Haus, Brighton
Norman Miller: As anyone who's been to either Denmark or Germany knows, a good sausage is a thing to savour, and Dog Haus sources its star turns from Germany.
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Restaurant Review: Lieb Tallinn, Estonia
Sandy Cadiz Smith: You need inside knowledge to find this restaurant, a peaceful sanctuary run by two local foodies, in its own private garden.
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Restaurant review: Tom's Kitchen, Chelsea, London
Helen Hokin: These dishes hail from recipes we like to think we can make at home. But it’s an illusion, this is ‘home cooking’ you’d never, ever, pull off if left to your own devices.
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Restaurant Review: Bottomless Brunch at Hilton OXBO Bankside, London
Liz O’Keefe: The Hilton’s OXBO Bankside’s new Bottomless Sunday Lunch offers a slice of English tradition and pampering.
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Parma: You’re never too far from a truffle in Parma
You're never too far from a truffle in Parma, says Liz O'Keefe.
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Foraging in the Forest of Dean
Tiffany Kaba: By the end I will be able to light my own fire, make pine nettle tea and create new wild food recipes from my basketful of edible plants and nuts.
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Belgium: Sisters are brewing it for themselves
Liz O’Keefe: Women kicked off the tradition of brewing in Belgium. Now there are more than 1,000 types of beer, I defy anyone not to find at least one they like. And as it happened, I found quite a few.
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Rollin’ and Rockin’ in Val Gardena
Donna Dailey: This region of northern Italy once belonged to Austria, and it’s still a charming hybrid of the two cultures in architecture, language and, of course, food.
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Kiwi Craft Beer: Possibly the most vibrant craft beer scene in the world.
Norman Miller: NZ's craft beer is devised with the same sort of drive that gave us bungee jumping and jet boats.
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Restaurant Review: The Real Deal at MOC Kitchen
Mike Gerrard: First indication that we're in for a culinary treat is the Ca Phe Da Tini, a kind of combination of a Martini and a Black Russian. 
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