A little bit of everything.
Tartiflette and Croûte Savoyarde
It’s no secret that when it comes to food, the French do things absolutely right. Bread, potatoes, cream, cheese, garlic – could there be anything better? I hit peak (ha ha…) French food on my recent trip to The Alps over the new year. I learned to ski, used muscles I never knew I had…
Continuing my cafe tour of the West Country, today’s post is all about Kitchen Langport in sleepy old Somerset. Kitchen is set within a beautiful building by the river, known as The Wharf. The building is surrounded by smart flats on one side and lush green river banks on the other. The space is also…
Potager Garden Cafe
I enjoy a pasty as much as the next person but I often find myself craving something a little more fresh and interesting on my visits to Cornwall, especially during the summer months. If you’re visiting the Penzance area, The Potager Garden and Cafe is a great location for a spot of lunch and a…
Glastonbury Food Guide 2017
Another year, another Glastonbury Festival food guide. This year’s edition features both new and old favourites, from spicy Thai and paella to pie and mash. Although this year’s festival was missing a few classics (namely Yeo Valley Yoghurt and the much missed Tapas breakfast), I still managed to scout out some tasty new dishes. New…
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