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West Reservoir01

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Saturday. Sun, certainly not warming the bodies but warming the hearts of Londoners. A walk through Stoke Newington. A break for tasting delicious quiches in a café in Church Street. Then tea time at West Reservoir’s cafe watching the brave people of North London Sailing Association over the water despite the cold weather. Afternoon, an early rakı table with delicious mezes. Happiness!

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Food Lab01

Mediterranean breakfast at the little Italy of our neighborhood, Food Lab.

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Books for Cooks01

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Small but beautiful bookshop near Portobello Road. They sell only cookbooks. Meat, soup, vegetarian, smoked, pickled, bakery, world kitchen, magazines… You have all the choices from all around the world to explore in labelled shelves and also “tze” french owner helps to find what you are looking for.

Bookshop has a small cafe where they are trying and serving each day different recipes from the books. They sell also their own small books with all this recipes which they tried with notes about their experiences and what they changed later on.

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Today (like yesterday) was another sunny day in our little kingdom and we walked to Columbia Road Flower Market for a late breakfast and to buy fresh flowers for our home.

In the market we have our breakfast always in our favorite place at Printers&Stationers in Ezra Street. The sandwiches are tasty and even the market is packed, this little cozy place is quite. Before the owners were serving our smoked salmon sandwiches and red wine while they were preparing to their selfs a morning drink, we were having a chat with their dog.

We didn’t go there for a while and today after buying some anemones for home, we popped for a glass of wine and sandwiches. The sandwiches were delicious again and we tried also the new pork and chutney sandwich. But we noticed some little changes in decoration and service. It looks like they are making a step forward with more staff, putting printed menu on the tables, more choice of sandwich, salad addition to sandwich plates, etc. We hope this step don’t turn our favorite place in the market to a less cozy place.

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Today after a late and rich breakfast at home, to enjoy the first sunny day of the year, we went to a walk in Regent’s Canal. We began to our walk from few streets away to home, near Angel.

The sun was coming from behind, the ducks, gooses and swans were having a lazy swim in the canal, the smell of the wood stows was coming to our noses from the narrow boats. We stopped in one of the boats which was serving hot drinks for having a cup of tea.

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We finished our walk in Hackney Wick where we found a huge Union Jack painted on the gate of a car cemetery and we made this first photo of the year of ourselves. We hope the new year bring us more sunny days like today, specially in the summer!

Aybige-Kerim Hackney Wick01

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