EDIT: Link wasn’t working, but now it is! Please vote for Eating Exeter at the bottom of the page. My good blogger mate Marcus from the countrywoodsmoke blog has just informed me that Eating Exeter has reached the finals of the Food Magazine Reader’s Awards 2016. For, what I consider, a small blog written by my mortal fingers this is a massive achievement and if … Continue reading Vote for Eating Exeter in the Food Magazine Awards 2016
Life has somewhat got in the way recently. Lack of money, lack of time and definitely a lack of energy has meant that EE had to be put on the back burner for a couple of weeks whilst I recharged my batteries, consumed Burger King Burgers and other assorted things that foodies just should not do. We’re not really meant to admit it either… *hangs … Continue reading Eating Exeter Update (November-ish)
Marcus Bowden has been a busy chap recently. Not only is he the author of Country Wood Smoke (one of UK’s best BBQ Blogs), but he is now the founding editor-in-chief of a new BBQ publication. UK BBQ magazine does exactly what it says on the tin, packet or foil wrapping. Packed with some amazing articles about the UK BBQ scene, recipes, tips and foody … Continue reading UK BBQ Magazine now available!
Fore St. is without a single doubt my favourite part of Exeter. It has so much character and it is occupied by a strong community of shop/business owners who are all driven to make this a hub of independent retail in Exeter. It is the home to the Glorious Art House Cafe and many other excellent places to eat and drink, and it has recently acquired … Continue reading Artisan Chai, Fore St. (OPENING 6th NOVEMBER)
I was invited to attend the first part of the Grand Final of The South West Chef Of The Year 2015 last Thursday. Upon reflection I most probably could have done some interviewing too, but I was a fly-on-the-wall, an observer with a camera. This is an experience that foodies don’t often get to be a part of. In fact, apart from the members of the … Continue reading South West Chef of the Year 2015: The Grand Final
My birthday falls on September 12th. Working in the lovely world of education (as support staff not teaching btw) this is most probably one of the most inconvenient times which to have been born, as quite often the start of the new academic year falls slap bang on the day itself or very close to it. This also means that one cannot have protracted days … Continue reading The Beer & Bacon Festival 2015: Good Game have done good!