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3 quick and easy veggie ramen recipes to add to your weeknight repertoire

Looking outside the window this week, you’d be forgiven for thinking that we’re somewhere near the end of September or early October – not slap bang in the middle of the summer months. And thanks to the drizzly, grey and blustery weather we’ve been experiencing, if you’re anything like us, you’ll have been passing on fresh, light and seasonal dishes in favour of something altogether heartier.

Which is exactly where Japanese chef and author Makiko Sano’s cookbook Ramen comes in handy. Filled with almost endless recipes for brothy noodles – which are essentially a big warm hug in a bowl – the book features everything you need to nail ramen in all its many iterations. From speedy weeknight dinners to instant lunches and dishes that take a little more time and love, there’s guaranteed to be something to catch your eye, and to get you started, we’re sharing three quick and easy vegetarian dishes that can be made now and enjoyed all year long. 


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We’re soaking up the festival vibes at the AIG Women’s Open this summer

If cracking open a cold one at the Pyramid Stage or sipping a Pimm’s courtside at Wimbledon is your kind of fun, we’ve got the perfect event recommendation for you this August. From 9-13 August, the AIG Women’s Open is back for the ultimate weekend celebrating women in sport and entertainment. 

Catch the Lionesses on the big screens, spectate a spot of golf, feast on some street food at the all-new festival fan village and catch superstar Ellie Goulding at an exclusive summer concert on the Saturday night. With day tickets and weekend tickets available for as little as £20, stave off the festival blues for a little while longer this summer. 

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Stylist Live is returning to The Truman Brewery on 10-12 November

We’d love you to join us for a Stylist day out, right in the heart of Shoreditch. There’ll be everything from inspiring speakers and laugh-out loud entertainment to live catwalks and a curated indie marketplace, plus some surprises along the way. 

General admission tickets are 2-for-1 until the end of August, meaning you and a friend can join us for just £15 each. And, if the deluxe approach is more your thing, VIP tickets are currently only £85 (£20 off full price) and include our famous goody bag packed with treats from various incredible brands.


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