Anyone who knows me will be able to guess the reaction I had when I got an email inviting me to a Barburrito Masterclass a few weeks back. I don’t mean to brag, but I’ve…

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Look, if I’m honest, Red’s True BBQ, the barbecue joint with “Let There Be Meat” emblazoned on their windows, isn’t my first option when I’m on the hunt for a good vegan dinner. In fact, it wasn’t even on my radar whatsoever until I saw a tweet about this event and my ears immediately pricked up because, well, free food innit. 

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Our first stop was The Christmas Courtyard, filled with tables and chairs to sit at while you enjoy a hot chocolate or slice of cake from the takeaway kiosk. They’d really put effort into making it look beautiful and festive, with fake snow billowing out from a high up window, which all of the younger kids seemed to love playing with. There was definitely an air of excitement and happiness which was so lovely to see; like I said, we rarely do days out like this so seeing children that excitable is still a bit of a novelty to me.

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Holy Mountain Kitchen is a self proclaimed “Mexican (sort of) junk food (sort of)” pop-up currently residing in The East Village Bar in Hyde Park, Leeds. East Village used to be my absolute favourite cocktail…

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Formerly a temporary pop-up vendor in Trinity Kitchen, Wanderer Junk have been serving up seitan burgers & loaded fries to the grateful citizens of Leeds since the start of summer. I think I speak on behalf of literally every Leeds vegan when I say we were all dreading the day their residency would end and we would be left trekking to Kirkstall for MOG’s once more. However, in September, they saved all our asses and announced they had taken over the Chapel of Church, which is right next to the Leeds Uni campus. God. Bless. These. Guys.

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