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Christmas sandwiches 2016: a review

It’s that time of year again. While the Christmas music blaring through the aisles might have come too soon for some, there’s one tradition we’re happy to see arrive promptly… Christmas sandwiches. This (now festively plump) blogger is no food critic, but if there’s one thing he knows it’s a bloody good Christmas sandwich. So, […]

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Eat up, it’s World Vegan Month

For some of us, a meal without meat is not a meal at all. But take it from me – William Murray’s token carnivore turned 98% of the time vegan* – it doesn’t have to be so. In light of it being World Vegan Month here’s a rundown of some of London’s vegan friendly hotspots. […]

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The Content Kings

Recent figures confirm what we already know to be true – our collective social media use in on the up and up. It was recently announced that Snapchat has overtaken Twitter in the number of daily users (150 million and 140 million respectively), indicating a possible shift in our content consumption habits. Typically a platform […]

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#GorkanaFoodMedia

We recently attended the #GorkanaFoodMedia event and gained some invaluable insight into the current and future food media landscape. An extremely palatable panel featuring Sunday Times food editor Laurel Ives, food blogger Helen Best-Shaw and Tony Turnbull, assistant food & drink editor at The Times, discussed what their readers want, changes to both traditional and […]

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Barcelona bites: something old, something new…

Following her recent trip to Barcelona, here is another tale of culinary gallivanting by our joint CEO Karen Browne. This time, she visits Niño Viejo… Niño Viejo Avenida Mistral, nº54-56 08015 Barcelona (Spain) Follow your feet only a little way out of the city centre, along the tree-lined Avenida Mistral, and you will find Niño […]

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Barcelona bites: dinner and a show

Our joint CEO Karen Browne recently took a trip to Barcelona and returned with tales of her envy inducing foodie adventures. Here she tells us about her evening at Tickets restaurant. Tickets Avinguda del Paral·lel, 164 – 08015 Barcelona (Spain) For some people, the mere mention of a themed restaurant, or ‘concept-led dining’ will have […]

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Extra, extra – read (or swipe) all about it!

The way we source and receive our news has evolved radically since the rise of social media. Once upon a time, newspaper and television journalists decided what news we would receive. Now, the internet allows us to self-curate and tailor the content we want to see. A recent study by Harris Interactive has revealed some […]

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Boxpark Croydon, come on down

It’s been tempting our taste buds for months now but finally, we have an official vendor line-up and launch date for Boxpark Croydon. A hop, skip and jump away from the William Murray office, the site’s shipping container traders will open their doors from September. With confirmed tenants including The Breakfast Club, Chilango and Meatliquor, […]

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2016 British Street Food Awards

Street food is one of the most significant food trends to have influenced the UK eating out market over the last decade. It’s increased in popularity and variety so much in recent years that in 2010, Richard Johnson – The King of British Street Food – created the first ever British Street Food Awards to […]

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William Murray Avocado Breakfast Club

This morning saw another meeting of the William Murray Avocado Breakfast Club. The idea was born late one Thursday when a number of us realised we all had perfectly ripe avocados sitting at home, and thought what better way to celebrate that #FridayFeeling than with the most Instagrammed food of 2015 – avocado toast. One […]

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