I bloody love a good market and whenever I’m away I always try to visit them. Big, small, commercial or local, they usually give a good flavour of what the area is about and are always a great place to pick up ingredients you might not find at home. During…

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I’ve always tried to buy the best quality ingredients I can. Especially when it comes to things like meat and eggs. But, until relatively recently I never really knew what the fuss was about organic food. The main reasons I’ve never bothered to buy organic before are my lack of awareness…

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The Cauldron in St Werburghs is quite unusual. They take locally sourced to a whole new level with ingredients coming mainly from within their own neighbourhood. They cook in a bespoke, open kitchen using beechwood and charcoal with cast iron cauldrons, a wood fired oven and Victorian stove. I first…

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Last week I hosted an Instagram workshop for a small group of foodies. It was held at Wagamama in Cabot Circus as part of their summer food festival. This was something I’ve never done before and I was pretty nervous but actually, with such lovely people, it turned out to…

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A few weeks ago we went out for dinner knowing only one thing. The menu. We would be dining with strangers and eating in a strangers home. We were attending a supper club. Have you ever been to one? I’ve been to a supper club once, a few years ago…

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In June, we headed down to Christchurch, Dorset for a lovely weekend with my cousin and her family. And when I say ‘we’ I mean the whole gaggle – myself, Dave, Mum and Andy, my Sister and her Boyfriend and my Brother! I wouldn’t usually blog this type of family gathering…

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Probably the best thing I ate in Singapore was the Hainanese chicken rice from Ah Tai at Maxwell Road Food Centre. And before you start thinking “Yes! I’ve heard of that place” no, that’s not the place hyped up by Gordon Ramsay and Anthony Bourdain. It’s the one three stalls…

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Warning: this post contains a lot of meaty pictures! I’ve been to Grillstock before, right back in 2014 when I still lived in the Midlands. It was my first introduction to Bristol and I loved it. Back then I had no idea it would be my future home too! I’m pleased…

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