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Wings king is on target for tastes

Slamdunk! Excuse the pun but I just could not resist. I am, after all, writing about one of the city’s well known basketball players who also happens to be brilliant in the kitchen. If you were not fortunate to come across Wing King Olu Babalola then let me introduce you to his city centre kitchen.

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Lauren Hird at Just Falafs.

Favourite Things: ‘More like Jurassic Park than a part of Sheffield’

Few people have been more instrumental to the rise and rise of popular vegan catering in the region than Lauren Hird. She is one third of the trio behind Make No Bones – a café that, until a few weeks ago, resided on Chesterfield Road in Meersbrook. This month – alongside life/business partner Dave Shaw and business partner Adam Clark – she unveiled a rather more jaw-dropping version. Make No Bones now operate one of the biggest vegan eateries in the region out of the new ‘Church – Temple of Fun’ venue in the Kelham Island area. Their innovative catering caught the attention of venue owner, Bring Me The Horizon frontman and renowned vegan Oli Sykes who asked them to handle the food. Make No Bones - which was actually borne out of a one-off night at The Riverside way back in 2013 - built up a loyal following in its former Meersbrook home. Lauren Hird said: “It was a real honour to be asked to part of the new venue. The last five years have been quite a journey for us and it shows just how big the vegan lifestyle is becoming in the area.” ‘Church – Temple of Fun’ is situated in the iconic Rutland Works (now known as Osborn Works) on Rutland Road - one of the few listed buildings in the Kelham Island area of Sheffield. Lauren Hird lives with partner Dave Shaw and their three rescue dogs in the Meersbrook area of Sheffield. The full Make No Bones menu can be viewed here: https://templeof.fun/pages/eat

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Oragniser of the Taste of Independent Sheffield Festival.

New festival to showcase Taste of Sheffield traders

A new festival showcasing independent Sheffield businesses is being launched for the ‘busiest weekend of the year.’

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Recommendation of the week: Wine and Whiskey, 760 Ecclesall Road

Recommendation of the week: Wine and Whiskey, 760 Ecclesall Road

For fine wines, rare whiskeys and American craft beers in an unpretentious setting, Wine and Whiskey is hard to beat.

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Delicious treats come to Sheffield Tramlines

Top notch grub on the menu for Tramlines

Everything from on-trend vegan fast food, and portable Sunday dinners, to award-winning pies and burgers will be on offer at this year’s Tramlines Festival.

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Castle House

A HUGE new food hall is set to open at Sheffield's Castle House - and it sounds amazing

Foodies have every reason to celebrate today after it was announced a huge new food hall is set to open in Sheffield.
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One of the world's hottest cheeses is available in Yorkshire and it's 300 TIMES hotter than Jalapeños

If you like your food hot, then this could a new item to add to your shopping list.
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Jaflong Curry on Crookes in Sheffield

Crookes curry house is a cool place for hot Asian food

A hot summer’s night and what better food to enjoy in a heatwave than a curry?

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Bake-off royalty Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and Nadiya Hussain at major country fair near Sheffield

Bake-off royalty Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and Nadiya Hussain at major country fair near Sheffield

The three biggest names connected to the Great British Bake Off will all star in this year’s Chatsworth Country Fair.

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North Brewing Co has the winner when it comes to summer daytime drinking

The best lighter drinking beers for summer revealed

It’s summer. We’ve had the World Cup. Wimbledon. Music festivals are also upon us. 
How many more excuses are needed for a daytime tipple?

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Vegan focus at ‘barcade’

Vegan focus at ‘barcade’

A pioneering Sheffield vegan restaurant has moved to a new ‘barcade’ set up by a city rock star.

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Bangers and Crafts

Breweries join forces for Roundabout

Five Sheffield breweries have joined forces to help raise cash for homeless people in the city, in support of local charity Roundabout’s Bangers and Cash fundraiser.

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Rahul Amin at Ashoka on Ecclesall Road

Gone in 60 seconds - the Sheffield food collaboration which sold out instantly

A food collaboration organised by Sheffield’s oldest Indian restaurant and its newest cocktail bar sold out ‘in 60 seconds’ this week.

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Young chefs aiming to cook their way to award win

Young chefs aiming to cook their way to award win

Three budding chefs are hoping to cook their way to glory in a prestigious cooking contest after already wowing professional chefs.

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Discover the city’s hidden culinary gems

Discover the city’s hidden culinary gems

Food-lovers can find new restaurants to enjoy as a guide highlighting the city’s culinary gems is due to be launched.

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Pieminister food review on Division Street in Sheffield

Pie fit for the northern love of gravy

Rather than the usual PR, corporate speak which seems all-too familiar in today’s world, Sunil Dass offers an altogether more straightforward explanation as to why Pieminister chose to continue its expansion with a branch in the Steel City.

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Former homeless man turned cook will now help others

Former homeless man turned cook will now help others

Dave Footitt came to city charity Emmaus Sheffield as a formerly homeless man looking to rebuild his future.

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Alcohol consumption can cause dehydration to happen more easily

The alcoholic drinks which put you at most risk of dehydration

The scorching summer heatwave isn't something we're particularly accustomed to here in the UK, so naturally everyone is keen to make the most of the sunshine while it sticks around.

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Warburton's, the country's largest producer of crumpets, have halted production at two of their plants due to the CO2 shortage

Crumpets, beer and chicken: All the things we're running out of thanks to the heatwave

Crumpets have become the latest casualty of the carbon dioxide crisis, with the UK set to face a shortage as food and drink producers are forced to halt production.
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Paul Widdowson outside Mr Pickles

'Devastation' as Sheffield shop which championed Yorkshire food closes

A Sheffield shop which flew the flag for Yorkshire food produce has shut in a ‘devastating’ closure due to financial difficulties.
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