Weekend News Highlights

This week’s news seems to include a few of our very favourite things – food, blogging and design!

Style, The Sunday Times: Food is the new rock ‘n’ roll.

First, we have the explosion of gourmet, foodie restaurants springing up left right and centre. Now, even festival goers are getting their grub upgraded as a wave of pop-up food stalls and trucks visit festivals this summer. Jamie Oliver’s at Big Festival, Sit and gorge at Polpo at Wilderness and Malikney’s will be serving three-course meals with table service for those at Glastonbury.

Telegraph Magazine, The Telegraph: More hits than Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver combined, the YouTube chefs cooking up a storm online.

SortedFood’s online cookery videos are proving to be very popular, beating TV chefs and converting a nation to ditch the telly for YouTube. With more than 347,000 subscribers already, the team’s videos are quick and easy to follow. See which snappy dishes you could knock up here. Our favourite video? The doughnut milkshake, of course.

Radar, The Independent: A breath of fresh air – head outside for this summer’s finest cultural events.

At PH towers, we simply don’t know what to do with ourselves with all of this http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/pain-relief/ glorious sunshine! Luckily Radar have scouted the country to pick the best outdoor events to keep us busy, whether it’s sunny or pouring down. Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have productions until September, you can enjoy opera at Holland Park or catch The XX and Kaiser Chiefs at Cornwall’s Eden Project.

The Independent: Dads offer their answer to Mumsnet – by joining the blogging craze.

Dads are now sharing tips and advice online, with a large increase of daddy bloggers now becoming the next big advertising demographic. This coming weekend’s parenting blogging conference, BritMums Live, welcomes their first dads’ panel since it started 5 years ago. The difference between mum and dad bloggers is vast but is proving popular in the online parenting community. While mums tend to write about family life, dads are writing about education and custody issues.

The New Review, The Observer: From pig to sofa, the inspirations behind Tom Dixon’s designs.

Pictures from Tom Dixon’s new book reveal the influences from nature which transform into his stunning furniture.  From a pig to a sofa and an astronaut’s helmet to copper light shades, the fantastic book explores Tom’s inspiration and design techniques.

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