Food Magazine’s Food & Design Festival at Sapphire Spaces

It was only a few months ago that we headed to the luxury settings of bespoke Kitchen and Bathroom specialists, Sapphire Spaces opposite Darts Farm to celebrate the launch of Exeter Cookery School.  We were back, now to help Food Magazine celebrate their Food and Design Festival, To be honest when I first heard about this, I scratched my head.  Why food and design? How … Continue reading Food Magazine’s Food & Design Festival at Sapphire Spaces

Join Plymouth Gin for a Voyage of Discovery at the Plymouth Seafood Festival

My culinary journey this year has been one of many discoveries.  One of those discoveries has been the fact that I actually quite like Gin.  We tasted some lovely Gin from Conker Gin at the River Cottage Summer Fair, and I suddenly realised that this stuff was actually alright.  Never having been a Gin fan, this conversion was almost spiritual.  So imagine my over-excitement when … Continue reading Join Plymouth Gin for a Voyage of Discovery at the Plymouth Seafood Festival

Reaping the whirlwind

Originally posted on Devon Cream Teas:
Four months in, with my viral moment’s no-show, it was time to take things to another level. As I’d learned elsewhere, trying harder leads to tiring harder. Trying different is where the action is (WARNING: risk of epic fail, or at least headaches). Enter the Press Release. Devon man visits 250 cream tea shops In less than 20 weeks,… Continue reading Reaping the whirlwind

Powderham Food Festival – October 3rd & 4th

Its nearly time for the Powderham Food Festival and it sounds like its going to be an amazing weekend two-day event! See how our very own Steve Price got on at last year’s festival. Building on the growing success of Powderham Food Festival, which first launched in 2012 and draws food-lovers from across the region, this year’s event promises to be even bigger and better … Continue reading Powderham Food Festival – October 3rd & 4th

Nourish Festival 2015 – Photo Diary

One of my fondest memories in recent years, was attending a Spoken Word event in Bovey Tracey that I was performing at where, in a poetry competition, my wife managed to win a bowl made out of an old viynl record.  She managed to rhyme Tracey with ‘facey’, which was at the time nothing short of literary genius.  I can’t remember the whole poem but … Continue reading Nourish Festival 2015 – Photo Diary

Dining In The Dark – Three special events taking place in November at The Salutation Inn

I really wanted to come back last night and start writing about this, as the experience left me buzzing.  At The Salutation Inn in Topsham a group of press representatives and us too, had a taster of the Dining in the Dark events that are taking place in November being put on by the WESC Foundation, which is a fantastic institution that offers residency to … Continue reading Dining In The Dark – Three special events taking place in November at The Salutation Inn

Deliveroo in Exeter: The Review

I graduated 13 years ago, and I remember my time as a penniless library studies student in Aberystwyth with a relative amount of fondness.  One thing I don’t miss was the food, or the strange concoctions that I would throw together in order to impress potential girlfriends.  Although I enjoyed cooking, I was never very far away from somewhere that sold food which got me … Continue reading Deliveroo in Exeter: The Review

LAUNCH OF ONLINE FOOD DELIVERY SERVICE, DELIVEROO, TAKES EXETER BY STORM

FOOD lovers in are now able to enjoy their favourite restaurant dishes from the comfort of their desks or home. Deliveroo – the premium restaurant food delivery service – has launched in Devon’s capital city. The service will revolutionise dining by delivering quality food from local independent and chain restaurants direct to people’s doors. The company is growing throughout the UK and Exeter will be … Continue reading LAUNCH OF ONLINE FOOD DELIVERY SERVICE, DELIVEROO, TAKES EXETER BY STORM