Le levain Roma

Che poi uno ci prova a fare la dieta siccertocomeno.

E una volta era Italia aka niente di sfizioso (panino con la mortazza escluso,of course).

Poi stavi a Londra ed era una tentazione continua.ora come ti giri ti giri Malori plurimi per me.

Cavolo un po’ di pietà no eh…sono pure diabetica!

Zero pietà ed apertura del FANTASTICO,ma che dico,EXTRA GODURIOSO le levain.

Si,a Roma.

Le levain in francese è la pasta madre, e grande attenzione viene infatti dedicata alla panificazione:  farine macinate a pietra, lunghe lievitazioni, grani autoctoni e creazioni come i filoncini al camembert e mele. Senza dimenticare il croissant, che verrà proposto da colazione a sera. A pranzo c’è una proposta di insalate e piatti semplici e di stampo pugliese (Solfrizzi  il creatore Italiano viene proprio dalla Puglia).

Per non parlare poi di mousse, galettes des rois, tartes e gli immancabili macarons.

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Annunci

London Christmas Carol Concerts 2014

COSA STATE ASPETTANDO?!?!

St Martins In The Field

This church overlooking Trafalgar Square has an admirable programme of Christmas concerts and services coming up, but our pick is Advent Carols by Candlelight, which marks the start of the Advent season with a selection of choral music and hymns by London Concert Choir. Tickets £26.10-£29
7.30pm, 29 November

Greenwich

Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice hosts a festive concert in the 18th century Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.  With a mix of choir and congregational carols, the concert will also feature a torch-lit procession by the 3rd Greenwich Park Girl Guides and personal readings by the Mayors of Greenwich and Bexley. A pre-concert drinks reception in the Queen Mary Undercroft will start off the evening, with festive drinks and mince pies. Tickets are £20 and need to be prebooked.
7pm, 30 November

Carols by Candlelight

Carols by Candelight concerts are almost two-a-penny in London, but the Prostate Cancer UK concert at St Paul’s Church in Knightsbridge has some famous faces scheduled to perform readings, including Sir Michael Parkinson and Zoë Wanamaker. Music will be a mixture of traditional and modern carols by Tiffinians and Voce Chamber Choir, directed by Suzi Digby OBE. The Singology Choir will be guiding the audience through some gospel pieces.  Tickets are £15 for adults/£10 for children, and need to be prebooked, with all money going to Prostate Cancer UK.
7pm, 3 December

Tower of London

Street Child’s Christmas carol concert takes place in the prestigious Chapel Royal at the Tower of London. Mince pies and mulled wine help bring the carol service to life, and money raised goes towards the Ebola Crisis Appeal. Tickets are £20, available here.
6.30pm, 4 December

Calendar Boys!

The fabulous London Gay Men’s Chorus take over Cadogan Hall with their always entertaining take on Christmas favourites and some more left-field musical choices. Famed for their superb choreography, this show is themed around the idea of opening an advent calendar — with surprises behind each door! Tickets are £15-38 (best buy them quick — last year’s show was a sell-out) available here.
7.30pm, on both 5 and 6 December

Battersea Dogs

The Battersea Cats and Dogs Home annual Carol Concert had us at “festive dog Guard of Honour”. Current Battersea dogs will be welcoming visitors to the service and joining in the festive fun. Head along to St Luke’s Church on Sydney Street in Chelsea to deck the halls with bow-wows of holly. Mulled wine and mince pies will be served to humans. Tickets are £20 for adults, £10 for children, with money raised going towards caring for the animals.
7pm, 8 December

Air Ambulance

St Stephen Walbrook Church near Cannon Street (another of Sir Christopher Wren’s works) is the venue for London’s Air Ambulance’s Christmas Carol Concert. Music is provided by three choirs: the Hogan Lovells Choir, City of London School for Girls Choir and The Barts and The London’s Music Society. Actress Donna Air, BBC presenter Victoria Hollins and Lady Moss, wife of Sir Stirling Moss, narrate the story of Christmas, and there’s a special festive sermon delivered by the Bishop of London. Tickets are £25 and need prebooking.
6pm, 10 December

Westminster Abbey Choir

Like the idea of  Abbey choir music but don’t fancy the overwhelming setting of Westminster Abbey? Get thee to Cadogan Hall in Chelsea, where the Choir of Westminster Abbey perform a rare concert away from their usual territory. Tickets range from £18-£30 and need to be prebooked
7.30pm, 11 December

Rat Pack

If traditional carols aren’t your thing, Cadogan Hall’s The Rat Pack at Christmas sees festive classics, including White Christmas, Baby It’s Cold Outside, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas and Let It Snow performed by The Definitive Rat Pack, accompanied by Manhattan Swing Orchestra. Prebook tickets (£29.50-£34.50).
7.30pm, 13 December

Wintershall Nativity

For one day only, the Wintershall Nativity leaves its home in Surrey for two performances at BBC Broadcasting House Piazza on Langham Place. Why so special? The 70-strong cast includes musicians, choristers… and live farmyard animals. Sheep and donkeys help tell the Christian story of Christmas. Tickets are £19.50 for adults and £10 for children. We recommend booking early.
4pm/6.30pm, 17 December

St Paul’s Family Carols

If it’s an astounding location you’re looking for, you can’t beat St Paul’s Cathedral. Wren’s masterpiece hosts several special services and carol concerts in December, including several charity events, but the one that stands out for us is the Family Carol Concert. At just 45 minutes long, it’s perfect for children. The event is free and unticketed, but has been extremely popular in recent years, and once the 2,400 capacity is reached, that’s it. Doors open one hour before the service – there’s more info here.
11am, 20 December

This is just a small selection of the many carol concerts going on in London in the run-up to Christmas. Let us know about others in the comments below.

The choir of Westminster Abbey perform at Cadogan Hall

Il mio preferito è quello di St Paul….fa veramente bene all’anima ❤

Dog’s dinner

Ecco i principali posti dove mangiare con il tuo cane a Londra 😀

Andrew Edmunds

Aperto nel 1986, e’ considerato uno degli ultimi locali facenti parte della vecchia Soho. Si tratta di un’edificio del XVII secolo, che regala un’atmosfera rilassante, menu stagionali e prezzi contenuti, oltre ad accogliere e prevedere menu a base di carne, pensati e realizzati esclusivamente per la cena dei vostri cani.

E5 Bakerhouse

Spostandoci dal centro verso est, ci si imbatte in un panificio caffetteria che utilizza ingredienti biologici di provenienza locale. Qui i cani sono accolti sia all’esterno che all’interno, dove troveranno lettini per potersi accucciare vicino al proprio padrone, e assaggiare torte fatte in casa.

Riccardo’s

Non poteva mancare la partecipazione italiana, o meglio di un ristorante toscano situato nella meravigliosa zona di Chelsea, nella parte ovest della città. In questo ristorante, oltre a poter “ordinare” ciotole d’acqua e snack, i cani avranno la possibilità di scegliere tra diverse pietanze presenti sul loro menu, tra cui risotto di pollo, ragu’ di cervo e ossa fresche. Che dire, non si fanno mancare proprio niente.

Conoscete altri posti dog friendly in london city?

A me viene in mente il bar a Camden o il reparto so cool da harrods!!!

let me know!

 

At – Active , Natural , Eating

Per una Londoner like me è stato fantastico trovare questo posto a Roma!

At è un locale fantastico che si trova nella bellissima Piazza di Pietra,proprio dietro il Pantheon.

Dentro troverete delle fantastiche centrifughe,smoothies,zuppe,panini,insalate sfiziose,

In un attimo vi sembrerà di non trovarvi più nella più “tradizionale” capitale.

Molto importante : tutti i materiali sono biodegradabili. Alla fine del giorno, spiega la scritta, quel che avanza viene offerto in beneficenza.

Ecco le mie foto:

Da provare!

(nel mio caso da tornarci assolutamente!)

Tiger…. finalmente a Roma <3

Ieri pomeriggio ho usufruito delle mie poche ore d’aria per fare un giro a Viale Marconi,uno dei miei posti preferiti per fare shopping.Niente casino come via del corso e via cola di rienzo ma altrettanti negozi carini (sopratutto è pieno di negozi di scarpeee :D).

Ne ho approfittato per entrare,per la prima volta in Italia,nel negozio TIGER.

Fino ad un mese fa credevo fermamente che questo brand fosse inglese avendolo visto solo a Londra….andando poi a Copenaghen ho scoperto che nasce proprio lì!Presa dalla curiosità ho guardato il sito ed ho scoperto che ce ne sono ben 3 nella mia città!

Vi lascio il link cosi che possiate capire di che cosa si tratta 🙂

JEWELLERY TREE