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Alphabet Soup with Emma

  There are times when aspiring Food Writers have to take normal jobs to help keep the cupboard stocked with organic single estate coffee beans. And when I say ‘normal job’ I really mean the furthest thing from normal, and only normal in the sense that it’s what I do from Monday to Friday. There…

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Osteria Vecchio Mulino, Tuscany

An(other) Italian Adventure After over a month in Italy, I was becoming apathetic. Yes the food was great, and the markets colourful – but I have food at home. And Internet. I realised that I would have to eliminate any chances of failure, by planning my weekends in advance so that I would almost be…

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The Super Tuscans

If you’re a regular here at Katy’s Table, you will know that from time to time I have been known to enjoy a glass or two (or three) of wine. A big part of my love for wine, and its allure, is that no matter how hard I try – there will always be more…

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Livorno, Tuscan Coastline

Livorno, on the Tuscan coast, was an unexpected stop on my travels. As a rule, I am wary of Mediterranean port cities. They are usually made from two moulds: the  Impossibly Picturesque and Vaguely Promiscuous (Monte Carlo, Nice, St Tropez)  and the Commercial Tough Talking kind of towns, populated by sailors and stray dogs (or…

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