Happy 5th Birthday Gingey Bites!

Wow, this month sees my blog turn FIVE years old! That’s five years of you lot having to see me stuff myself silly with every food going! Now allow me to indulge in a blog post full of my own glory (and as it turns out – face) and to…

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Exploring Fremantle Market

Do you ever forget where you put something? Or start a project and for whatever reason, leave it and then totally forget you even started? On Sunday I was clearing through my laptop, deleting shit to make room for the endless food pictures which are (literally) eating up my hard…

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Loving Life on The Bristol Food Tour

A few weeks ago I spent a leisurely few hours walking around Bristol with a gang of like-minded foodies on something called The Bristol Food Tour. Our goal was simple: to stuff our faces with delicious treats from some of the city’s best independents-. Run by best friends Alice and…

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Fried Laksa & Stories from Penang, Malaysia

Laksa is a popular noodle curry soup which you find all over South East Asia. It’s particularly popular in Malaysia and even more so in Penang where Chinese immigrants settled from the 15th century onwards, mixing their food and culture with the local Malay people resulting in what is widely…

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Polish Zapiekanki from Zapsy, Bristol

Recently, I’ve been extolling the virtues of Zapsy and their tasty Polish sandwiches (zapiekanka). You’ll probably have seen me waffling on about them ALOT on my twitter and instagram.  Actually, I first told you about these guys last year when they sold their amazing sarnies from a small hatch near…

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Fritters & a History of Singapore’s Hawker Centres

Singapore is full of hawker centres and both before and during our recent trip to Singapore, we were recommended more than one to try. In a city where eating and drinking is expensive, hawker centres give a real opportunity to try local cuisine without breaking the bank! The first one…

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Shop Local with Good Sixty

Good Sixty is something new and rather fabulous in Bristol. It’s a website designed to connect local food shops and small producers with customers all over the city. I’d heard about it on social media whilst we were away but didn’t know too much about it so not long after…

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Durian… the King of Fruit.

Have you heard of Durian? We hadn’t until we went to Malaysia. It’s a large fruit (around the size of a rugby ball) which is covered in spikes and native to South East Asia. It’s not often seen here in the UK and I suspect that’s due to one reason…

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