News: A New Devon Cookery School, Built From The Ground Up – Plus 20% Discount Offer

During a night of great food, wonderful company (…and a little alcohol) an exciting plan was hatched; just over a year later, Colin and Tasha are opening a purpose built cookery school with a difference – The Ground Up Cookery School.   Approximately 12 miles west of Exeter, and the top of Dartmoor, The Ground Up Cookery School will focus on seasonal, sustainable and foraged … Continue reading News: A New Devon Cookery School, Built From The Ground Up – Plus 20% Discount Offer

10 Questions for Tim Maddams

One of the reasons why I started the 10 Questions posts was to highlight and showcase some of the foodie heroes that we in Devon have in our midst.  I first met Ex-River Cottage Chef Tim Maddams at a Pop-up dining event held by Jonny Does Dinner in a polytunnel at Trill Farm.  I  found him an affable and approachable chap who was happy talking … Continue reading 10 Questions for Tim Maddams

Foraging in Sidmouth with East Devon – by Lauren Heath

Last week, the lovely people at East Devon invited me along to their foraging course in Sidmouth; I jumped at the chance to do this as I have always wanted to learn about our edible countryside, but I have found nearby courses to be a bit out of my price range. The event, one of many run by East Devon but involving local specialists in … Continue reading Foraging in Sidmouth with East Devon – by Lauren Heath

Hatherleigh: Ruby Country Market 30th March 9:00am – 2:00pm

Here is an idea for a day out!   On the 30th March, Hatherleigh Livestock Market hosts another Ruby Country Market bringing together a whole collection of stallholders, musicians and live demonstrations.  Set in one of the most scenic parts of West Devon, Hatherleigh really shows off its deep agricultural roots if you have a gander at the Wikipedia article.  There are so many different … Continue reading Hatherleigh: Ruby Country Market 30th March 9:00am – 2:00pm

Exeter Farmer’s Market

South Street in Exeter is mostly filled with estate agent’s, low-rent restaurants and The George’s Meeting House, the better Wetherspoons pub in Exeter by far.  Such other delights include a couple of churches, a KFC and some ruins.  It is the average bit of Exeter which, every Thursday transforms itself with the Farmer’s Market. For foodies are quite spoilt for choice in Exeter.  Darts Farm … Continue reading Exeter Farmer’s Market