Just in case you needed reminding. Found this delightful video from last year’s Exeter Food Festival whilst hunting for something else on YouTube. Continue reading Our local producers are awesome…
Gordon Ramsay shows you how Scrambled Eggs should be done. Continue reading The easiest scrambled egg recipe.
Toast: Inside San Francisco’s Controversial Bread…: http://youtu.be/DhPrWm-vKSY This is a strange one…such an innocuous food stuff is now fashionable in San Francisco, might possibly end up in Exeter like this one day? Continue reading Watch “Toast: Inside San Francisco’s Controversial Bread…” on YouTube
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.
Fancy A Cuppa Now, the YouTube channel that brings the better side of coffee shops and cafes, visited Exeter. They visited Cafe@36 (hot on my list of places to go in the next couple of weeks), Devon Coffee in Queen St, and The Jolly Roger Tea Room on the Piazza down by the Quay. Eating Exeter has already visited Devon Coffee, read our review here. … Continue reading ARCHIVE: Cafe@36, Devon Coffee and Jolly Roger Tea Rooms on FancyACuppa
I seem to be hooked on YouTube tonight, and I came across this lovely vlog review given by Guy Arnold who is, according to his website http://www.greatorpoor.com/ is an “experienced manager, entrepreneur & customer service professional. Guy is a former director of a FTSE 100 company with extensive experience across the licensed and leisure industry”. By that I would say this chap knows his stuff. … Continue reading Guy Arnold visits Fresha Cafe on Marsh Barton