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January Blow-out

January Blow-out

I know for some people the New Year means giving stuff up and going on a detox and in theory that sounds like such a good idea. It’s just that there always seems to be somewhere new to go and eat! And in January I […]

CHARGING AHEAD

CHARGING AHEAD

There’s been a bit of a buzz locally as we have been eagerly awaiting the opening of Geetie Singh-Watson’s new organic pub in Totnes. But the wait is over as The Bull opened its doors to the paying public a couple of weeks ago. On […]

LIFE ON THE VEG …

LIFE ON THE VEG …

I wanted to share with you a truly inspirational meal I had recently at the Dartmouth Food Festival. One of the Sponsors of the event – The Riverford Field Kitchen produced a Root to Shoot menu designed to showcase how to minimise food waste by […]

DON’T MESS ABOUT … JUST GO

DON’T MESS ABOUT … JUST GO

Last week I finally made it 12 miles down the road to Restaurant Twenty_Seven in Kingsbridge. I’ve been wanting to go for ages and after the recent announcement that they had just won the award for Best South West Restaurant at the Taste of the […]

POPPING-UP FOR SUMMER

POPPING-UP FOR SUMMER

Pop-ups have been increasing in popularity over the past few years for two very good reasons. From the chef’s point of view it allows them to test their mettle without having to invest in premises and more importantly allows people like me to eat delicious […]

FOLLOW THE BEAR

FOLLOW THE BEAR

Having recently been a Grand Finalist in the Food Magazine Awards Best Foodie Pub category and holder of a Gold Taste of the West Award, I was super keen to try The Bear and Blacksmith just down the coast from us in the village of […]

GETTING COSY IN EXETER

GETTING COSY IN EXETER

Recently the hubby and I found ourselves locked in a cosy 1940’s styled Private Detective’s office in the middle of Exeter! Now I know what you’re thinking … but no this isn’t some kind of strange fetish we have. For some strange reason someone thought […]