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At times like these, only fantasising about the future meals out you’re going to have helps. Every season brings new food trends and there's a whole crop that are poised to take over spring. So pull up a chair and tuck in your napkin as we’re about to serve up three courses of mouth-watering inspiration. Bon appétit. Since the release of Josh Niland’s The Whole Fish Cookbook, ‘seacuterie’ has become all the rage. That’s right, a re-imagining of charcuterie, using pickled, fermented, smoked and aged fish instead of meat. Dip your toe in the (salted) water with Chamberlain’s of London’s luxurious house gravadlax with beetroot relish, crème fraiche and cucumber. The best seafood in the city, don’t you know. After weeks of microwave dinners, your first reaction upon seeing a menu will probably be I'll have one of everything, please. Thankfully, the demand for small plates hit its peak months ago and restaurants have been boosting their bar snacks in response. With The Lamb Tavern’s comforting sausage roll, scotch egg, barbeque pork ribs, chicken wings, beer battered onion rings and harissa mayonnaise sharing board, you really can try it all. Whilst the classic cheese board, gooey fondue and toasties continue to reign supreme, 2020 will also see cheesemongers focusing more on local produce. Always ahead of the curve, Cheese at Leadenhall has been serving up the best of British for years. Put their The Great British Cheese Challenge Tasting on the top of your post-lockdown list.
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What's a girl to do when she finds herself stuck indoors with nothing to do? Dial up the fantastic Leadenhall Market beauty businesses and plan a makeover, that’s what! So in the interest of not being mistaken for Worzel Gummidge once we emerge from our burrow, behold our three favourite spring beauty trends. The shag haircut - a style heavily inspired by the 70s - has traditionally been reserved for rock 'n' rollers who can pull off snakeskin trousers. Until now, that is. The modern shag infuses soft layers, lots of body and a long fringe, which can be styled to suit anyone who is brave enough to try it. Leadenhall Market’s Nicholson & Griffin has over two decades of cutting experience, so you can trust them to recreate the look. Step up to the scissors - it's time to transform. Did you think brown was an autumn colour? Well, you don’t have to wait for the leaves to fall to wear this rich tone. A neutral manicure is the perfect way to stand out amongst all the pastels this season and Chequers Beauty Salon is on hand to help you nail the trend. Nothing says luxury like personalised skin solutions - and it’s this targeted approach to beauty that’s defining the new decade. The Skinscope LED is designed to help assess skin through two light modes: a simulated daylight mode for reviewing visible concerns, and a LED-UV light mode for identifying underlying damage. Askinology utilises this technology to recommend a treatment that will improve and maintain skin health in just 30 minutes. Result!