We round up the best foodie events happening in London this week, from Monday 18 May

Welcome to a brand-new week on Homemade! Where is all the time going? Here's what's on this week in London …

There's going to be a breakfast rave

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Hipster has forced itself to its logical conclusion and now the cereal cafe, Cereal Killer, is joining forces with the dairy alternative brand Alpro and musician DJ Yoda to throw a 'breakfast rave'. Love it or loathe it, head down to the new store at Camden Stables from 7am to 10am on Friday 22 May to cut some early morning shapes on the dance floor and feast on plant-based breakfast goods. Tickets from £10.

 

A night at the pictures

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Round of applause for Motion Picture Supper Club for bringing all the glamour back to a night out at the movies. On Friday 22 May and Saturday 23 May, they're teaming up with drinks brand Tanqueray to host two nights of live jazz, cocktails, candlelit dinners, amazing films and post-dinner revelry inside a beautiful 1920s-style ballroom in central London. The films are American Beauty on Friday and Catch Me If You Can on Saturday. Tickets from £10, up to £65 for the three course meal.

 

Kick back at London Wine Week

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It's London Wine Week from Monday 18 May to Sunday 24 May, so whether you're a total connoisseur and you want to be able to impress your boss with your new wine knowledge, or you just fancy getting moderately sloshed around the city, then this is the week for you. There are master classes, tastings, guest speakers, discounts to some great bars and lots more. Wristbands from £10.

 

Go rhubarb crazy

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Field-grown rhubarb is officially in season, so check out some of these ideas for what to do with those magnificent red stalks.

 

Make cake

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Our favourite easy-peasy recipe this week goes to these raspberry cheesecake chocolate brownies, which pretty much sounds like all of our favourite things rolled into one.