Foodie shopping in London

London is so rich in culture and sights, that its impossible to write about everything. Right now, I’m going to share two fabulously decadent food halls: Harrod’s and Fortnum & Mason.

Harrod’s Harrods
is THE most over-the-top food emporium in the world! When I lived in London during my twenties as an art student at Christie’s, I shopped daily for dinner- as anything/everything one would dream of has been artfully prepared and displayed, in Harrod’s. when I threw dinner parties, i looked like a superstar! Following are a few photos…..:

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Fortnum & Mason Fortnum & Mason
Is where this American learned about the ceremony of tea when I was here in London in my twenties. This store is the ultimate destination for purchasing all things tea, from tea pots to tea tools to tea snacks to the most incredibly perfect tea picnic baskets-as only the British could produce. A fabulous high tea is also served here, for inspiration.

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Cheers!!!

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