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Latest Posts from Amy Gorman

REVIEW | Ladies ‘wot’ Lunch at Elsworth Kitchen. A new Bistro in Skipton – Yorkshire

Emma (AKA Girl About West Yorkshire) and I were invited to this fabulous little bistro that is Elsworth Kitchen located just off Skipton High Street, right next to the canal and quite new to the Skipton dining scene. We were given the warmest of welcomes by co-owner Rebecca who radiated so much enthusiasm for Elsworth Kitchen - a venture founded by this lovely lady and her hubby Bruce. It's less than a year old and was opened by the delightful duo following Bruce's career as Head Chef at The Angel at Hetton for 20 years and Rebecca's role as Bistro Manager at The Devonshire Arms at Bolton Abbey.

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RECOMMENDATION | A Walk in the Dales- Janet’s Foss, Gordale Scar and Malham Cove

Departing from the beautiful Yorkshire Dales village of Malham this walk was recently voted number 3 of the top 100 walks in all of Britain by Channel 4 viewers and definitely deserves this accolade.  It takes in 3 of the most stunning natural wonders in the dales and is also suitable for walkers of most abilities.  In all, it is just under 5 miles so it will take about 2 to 2.5 hours or possibly slightly longer depending on how long you dwell at the landmarks and if the weather allows for packed lunching atop the majestic Malham Cove.

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REVIEW | The Devonshire Fell – The Yorkshire Dales

Set in the most picturesque location in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, The Devonshire Fell sits proudly overlooking Burnsall. This hotel offers the perfect retreat for a variety of occasions, be it an intimate weekend with the other half in one of Yorkshires Best Beds or a suite with the girls for a spa weekend. It is the perfect location for walks from the door and the perfect environment to look forward to returning for a fantastically executed meal in the evening.

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RECIPE | Healthy Breakfast Muffins

I struggle on a daily basis to have 3 meals a day but know how important it is to have breakfast, lunch and dinner and for them all to be nutritious in value. I want the food I eat to be my fuel and to nourish me. I designed this so that when I have and hour spare I can make plenty of these to have for either breakfast, lunch or, if you’re a bruncher, they’re perfect.

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