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I had a very interesting invitation pop up in my inbox recently. For a cocktail mixing masterclass and brunch. Neither of which are generally up my street, so I admit to being rather apprehensive. Worries of being sucked into some unforgiving American gala full of booze and rather more fatally overcooked and liberally salted food haunted my nightmares for countless days before.So when facing such an intimidating adventure what to do?
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When it comes to food, I am one greedy little piglet.I always order the biggest breakfast in the cafe, I'm prone to eat a large Dominos & sides on my own and there was that time with the bargain bucket that I try not to think about...My mum once described my brother Chris and I to her friend as 'the finest eaters' and whilst that wasn't my defining hour I can kind of see where she's coming from.
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Oh that terrible hangover after all the holiday festivities, I welcome you with a big hello, unkept hair and undereye bags fit for two round-trip tickets to the moon and beyond.And now I could really do with that hair of the dog potion from a few Sundays ago when Dirty Bones invited a few bloggers down to their South Ken branch for brunch and a masterclass on how to make a very interesting Bloody Mary.Dirty Bones is essentially an American comfort food diner. Think burgers, hot dogs, chicken and waffles. They&ve got two branches so far South Kensington and Kingly Court.
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You know the feeling, it’s Sunday morning and the effects of the night before are rearing their hungover head. You need sustenance and maybe a touch of the hair of the dog. Step up to the plate Dirty Bones in Kensington. They have just launched their Hangover Brunch. A menu with just the right touch of carbohydrate based dishes to cure all that ails, or at least make you feel like a semi-functioning person again. My visit started with learning how to make a Dirty Mary. A mix of vodka (and not too much tomato juice), Louisiana hot sauce, mint, sour cream crisps around the rim and some other stuff.
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For anyone that knows me, I am not the biggest fan of the US – from its mass shooting to the wonder that is Donald Trump, the land of the free has much to answer to. It’s not all bad tho – despite all its short-givings, it has also given me Netflix and has played an important role in the expansion of the most glorious cuisine of them all: breakfast food. So it was only appropriate that I try the Dirty Bones brunch menu.
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