Honey and Peanut Butter Cake Recipe using Princesshay Honey

Ever hear the buzz of our city? Well it’s not just down to busy bee humans going about their business; there are bees on the rooftop of Princesshay! Thanks to the good weather earlier this year, there has been a bumper harvest (you can read more about that here) with delicious honey on sale exclusively in the wonderful Chandos Deli. Princesshay were kind enough to … Continue reading Honey and Peanut Butter Cake Recipe using Princesshay Honey

Have a crackling Christmas party at the Boat Shed

Exeter’s popular summer pop up The Boat Shed is opening its doors again – this time for Christmas feasting. The menu has been designed by Devon chef, Robin Rea of Rusty Pig, renowned for his commitment to great flavours and ethical ingredients.  Rusty Pig was voted the best in the county for Devon Street Food at this year’s Nourish Festival and dishes will feature locally … Continue reading Have a crackling Christmas party at the Boat Shed

South St Standard is Opening in Exeter

Exeter’s new independent bar and kitchen, South Street Standard, is set to open its doors to the public on Friday 3rd November! The South Street Standard is a modern and contemporary venue, with a menu to match. The kitchen will offer relaxed dining all day and into the evening, with brunch, lunch and Sunday roasts. Whilst visitors who just fancy some drinks can enjoy a … Continue reading South St Standard is Opening in Exeter

Devon Farm Launches Kids’ Bangers in Support of Farms for City Children

Eversfield Organic, a family run organic farm based on the outskirts of Dartmoor, has joined forces with children’s charity, Farms for City Children. The partnership aims to raise funds to enable more children from cities and disadvantaged backgrounds across the UK to experience a week of muck and magic on the charity’s working farm. Farms for City Children was founded by children’s author, Michael Morpurgo … Continue reading Devon Farm Launches Kids’ Bangers in Support of Farms for City Children

Competition! Win a £50 Gift Voucher to spend at a Princesshay eatery of your choice!

Exeter is full of excellent eateries and many of them are located in Princesshay.  We recently experienced some lovely food at Giraffe World Kitchen, Byron Burger and Cafe Rouge. We’ve teamed up with the guys at Princesshay to bring you a £50 Gift Card that can be used at any of the wonderful food places that Princesshay has to offer.  Simply head to our Facebook, … Continue reading Competition! Win a £50 Gift Voucher to spend at a Princesshay eatery of your choice!

Powderham Food Festival 2017

The second to last (don’t forget Dartmouth Food Festival that happened last weekend) big food festival on the calendar took place a few weekends ago; we were lucky enough to attend as guests. Each year the stands get better and more fascinating, all manned by friendly producers who are always willing to chat and share their passion for the products they’re selling. Have a look … Continue reading Powderham Food Festival 2017

Good Game is expanding their horizons

Award-winning charcuterie company, Good Game, has been awarded £40k of EU funding, matched by a further £40k investment of their own as part of a growth strategy. To support the company’s ambition to increase production by 300%, the Topsham based manufacturer has completed its custom-built premises at Darts Business Park. Compared to their previous warehouse in Clyst Vale, the new spacious location will allow Good … Continue reading Good Game is expanding their horizons

Paschoe House by Lauren Heath

There’s a new kid in town, well west of the city, and it’s called Paschoe House. Having been a family home for the Amadors since 2000, daughter Tabitha decided the buildings future was as a hotel and wedding venue and, along with her father, has worked very hard for around 5 years to get it to where it is today with a bigger push over … Continue reading Paschoe House by Lauren Heath

South West Chef of the Year announces 2017 finalists

This year’s South West Chef of the Year competition continues to pick up the pace with the announcement of its 2017 finalists following closely-contested semi-finals on Saturday. Now in its 14th year, South West Chef of the Year champions the very best of the region’s professional chefs and junior and home cooks as well as its exceptional produce for which the peninsular has gained a … Continue reading South West Chef of the Year announces 2017 finalists