Almost twenty-five years ago, my parents bought a large, honey coloured stone village house on the borders of three French departments; the Lot-et-Garonne, The Gers and The Landes. Three departments with extremely different culinary influences yet all exceptional in their own way.My first ever piece of food writing was for my GCSE English coursework portfolio.… Continue reading The Pheasant Philosophises in Gascony: Market Musings
As a food writer by profession (for more years than I care to remember), I have been fully immersed in the revival of the British food industry. I've always found it interesting to observe fashion and food fashion is no exception. Over the past decade we have seen quite a swing in the direction… Continue reading A few thoughts on foodie fashion….
Abergavenny is a relatively small, very rural and ancient market town in the north of Monmouthshire but it's always been far ahead of the competition in its foodie credentials - I have written about the famous annual food festival before and today, on a cold, crisp, sunny afternoon I set off to discover… Continue reading Heavenly Bread @ The Angel Bakery
Yesterday I returned from a foodie weekend break to beautiful Exmoor. From its bleak moors to its rugged coastline via its winding roads it is a stunning place to visit, even with the howling winds and driving rain of a British November day. It is also a foodie paradise, close to the border with… Continue reading A romance of Exmoor