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Bintu Hardy's blog RecipesFromAPantry.com, brings you delicious food and drink recipes inspired by your pantry staples. In her blog post for Waitrose Cellar Bintu, uniquely paired Alexandre Merlin champagne with Sierra Leonean grilled prawns. This product is no longer available and has been replaced with Charles Lecouvey Brut NV.
Giulia is an Italian food & travel blogger and photographer. She lives in London, where she spends most of her time visiting coffee shops, restaurants and street food markets or baking cakes at home. In her blog post for Waitrose Cellar Giulia paired a delicious Balinese chicken curry with Simonnet-Febvre Chablis Premier Cru.
Alex is a 20-something who writes about top restaurants, recipes, secret bars, where to go for the best nightlife and which weird and wonderful events you need to go to.When she's not doing that you'll probably find her exploring the City's streets on the lookout for the next big thing in foodie wonderland. Alex matched a healthy Peanut Crunch Superfood salald with the refreshing Astrolabe Awatere Sauvignon Blanc.
Neil Davey is the author of The bluffer's guide to chocolate and The bluffer's guide to food and has also written for The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph. Neil made a delicious pasta with slow-roast shoulder of lamb ragu, broad beans, mint, capers and lemon to match our sumptuous Moss wood Amy’s blend.
Marianne Weekes has been writing her popular family and lifestyle blog, Marisworld.co.uk since January 2010 and covers her favourite passions in life; food, travel, her home and her family. This year she was thrilled to reach the finalist stage in the Brilliance in Blogging Awards and has plenty of exciting projects lined up giving enough material to take her into the next decade. Mari cooked up an aromatic sea bass with lime kaffir leaves and chilli to pair with cune rioja reserve.
A Japanese-Brazilian chef who is passionate about good food, wine and travel. He has written The London Foodie blog since 2009, today one of the top 10 UK Food Blogs. He currently host Japanese Supper Club events and cookery classes from his home in Islington. Just as mad about wine, Luiz has an Advanced Certificate from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) which encouraged him to write about his experiences with wine and spirits and matching them with food.