Juliet has sent this recipe to Eating Exeter, it sounds lovely. Please note photograph is a stock photo as Juliet’s photo disagreed with WordPress(!?) Hungarian Goulash I’ve no idea whether this recipe, which my mother gave to me many years ago, is authentic or not but I can assure you of one thing at least; it tastes absolutely delicious. Ingredients (four servings) 1 ½lbs stewing … Continue reading Guest Post: Hungarian Goulash by Juliet Martin
Byron is already open! And we’ve got a review up too! Read it here https://eatingexeter.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/byron-hamburgers-princesshay-exeter/ This June, Byron bring proper hamburgers to Exeter with the opening of a restaurant in Princesshay. Byron’s short and simple menu focuses on hamburgers the way they should be: patties made with Scottish beef, cooked medium and served in a soft, squishy bun with minimum fuss. There are just four … Continue reading Byron Hamburgers arrives in Princesshay, Exeter. Not long now!
In the life of a food blogger, the chance to go outside of the box is rare. But recently we were given the opportunity to visit one of Devon’s most luxurious destinations to experience what happens between the walls and hedges at The Highbullen Hotel, Golf & Country Club at Chittlehamholt in North Devon. The hotel is steadily becoming one of the top destinations in North Devon and its easy … Continue reading Highbullen Hotel, Golf & Country Club: Part 1
RUBY Modern Diner at 74 Queen Street in Exeter has won GOLD at Taste of the West for the second year running. Erin Allgrove from Modern Diners Ltd said, To win this award once is great but two years in a row is fantastic. I’m delighted that the hard work of our team and the great provenance of our local suppliers has been recognised by … Continue reading RUBY takes GOLD at Taste of the West
Another burger related adventure! Fatso, our in-house Burger Addict looks at a Morrison’s Cafe Build A Burger deal. http://beerburgerandbeyond.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/the-build-burger-morrisons-in-store.html Continue reading Beer, Burger and Beyond Build A Burger at Morrison’s Cafe
These look amazing and quite tempting. The Craft Beer Channel has been doing a lot of recipes involving cooking with beer/ale. If you know any good recipes, why not comment and the best recipe will get the smug achievement of being featured as a recipe on Eating Exeter and Beer, Burger and Beyond in the near future. Continue reading Jonny From The Craft Beer Channel (@beerchannel) makes Beer Floaters.
Beer Burger and Beyond visit The Green Ginger in Torquay. We were down in Torquay today. Popped through The Green Ginger to try out The Mexican Burger.. Hmm… Continue reading Beer Burger and Beyond visits The Green Ginger in Torquay
Last week I whizzed up a quick IPA guacamole recipe that makes the perfect accompaniment to any Mexican fiesta, or on top of a burger, or in a salad or whatever the heck you want to put it with, I’m not here to dictate what you eat your guacamole with. This week it’s coleslaw. Burger, dog, steak; you name it, coleslaw is a welcome side… Continue reading How to make Pale Ale Slaw
Its about that time which I look at a beer I have liked recently and give it an award. http://beerburgerandbeyond.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/beer-of-week-royal-hunt-from-hunters.html Continue reading Beer, Burger and Beyond’s Beer of The Week!
It seems like Burgers are becoming as much a part of the staple traditional British menu as Roast Dinners, Fish & Chips and Ham, Egg & Chips. Exeter has seen three new burger restaurants appear in the last two years, burgers are now a given part of menus in many pubs and restaurants and even the editor of this blog has managed to succumb to … Continue reading The ODDfellows, 60 New North Road