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Let it Flow, Let it Flow, Let it Flow

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Emily Eats Postcards Home Christmas Entertaining'Tis the season to be jolly, and after the roller coaster that has been 2016 we all deserve an extra helping of festive cheer this year.

Getting together with family and friends to drink, eat and be merry is what this season is all about (Happy Hygge Christmas Everyone!). So we're on a mission to spoil ourselves and our crowd this party season with additional gusto. 

That's why we've teamed up with the delightful, delicious Emily Eats to bring some Postcards Home inspired Christmas recipes to your seasonal soirées.

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Tasty Soba Salad

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Soba Salad on Safomasi Riviera Placemat

If you're anything like us, the Easter Bank Holiday is now a hazy memory of chocolate Easter eggs, hot cross buns and roast dinners.

In an attempt to feel normal again (sorry body) we're cooking up this tasty Japanese Soba Salad. Serve on our pretty Riviera Placemats and enjoy!

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A Taste of China in the 1980s

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Chinese Laundry Islington

Happy Chinese New Year! Goodbye Goat, Hello Monkey and the excuse for some casual monkeying about. 

Children born this year will be quick-witted, charming, lucky, bright, versatile, adaptable and smart. Sounds pretty good considering it is meant to be one of the most unlucky years in the Chinese calendar. 

Thousands of people are expected to mark the occasion in London's Chinatown, but if you're looking for something a little more alternative (and less exposed to the Biblical elements), we'd recommend Islington's Chinese Laundry for an authentic celebratory feast or a cocktail or two. 

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Masala Chai Recipe

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Piccadelhi Good Chai Here Coasters - Chai Recipe

Here in the Postcards Home office we like to eat things, drink things and do things that take us back to our favourite places around the world. Too often when we try to replicate our favourite flavours from abroad it just doesn't quite compete, but the magic with masala chai is that you can play around with the recipe until it's just right...

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