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Port Eliot Food News

Take me to Port Eliot

It’s that time of year again. Evening sunlight scorches the tops of buildings and there’s a golden hue of daffodils illuminating the fields. Social media and my inbox are filled with reports of food and festivals and sunshine, and the days have just got longer. Springing
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Competition – 250 pairs of tickets for Eat & Drink Festival

We are excited to offer you a pair of free weekday tickets to the new Eat & Drink Festival taking place from 24th March – 9th April 2017 in London. The fabulous organisers of Eat & Drink are giving us a whopping 250 pairs of tickets to give away to Tasting Britain
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The Well [Clerkenwell] launches Brazilian pop-up for summer

Many pubs will begin to launch summer menus and pop-ups over the coming weeks, but one that caught our eye recently was the AbraCachaça Brazilian pop-up at The Well in Clerkenwell. It’s lively, bright and fun with refreshing drinks and tasty nibbles – a bit of a
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A festival of food, family and fun

Food news – Literary feasting at Port Eliot Festival

Cornwall’s biggest and best festival has tasty treats this year. Having grown up in Cornwall, I have several friends who went to Port Eliot when they held the annual Elephant Fayre back in the 80s. Then, it was a punkier version of the now very civilised lit-fest that we
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Review – El Peruanito, street food [London]

Peruvian food is becoming a popular choice for foodies in London, it’s warming, tasty, hearty and a little bit different. We visited El Peruanito, a new Peruvian street food stall, while they are taking part in TASTE Street Food’s winter market in Union Yard, London.
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Andy Bates of Eatmypies

QA – Andy Bates [Eatmypies]

We chat with street food crusader and all around cool cat Andy Bates, catching him inbetween world tours, baking and filming slots for the Food Network. He wants to see a more personal touch to food production, and for everybody to eat his pies. We’re OK with this…
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Masala Zone Covent garden Interior

Review – Masala Zone [Covent Garden]

Here’s our first review from new contributor Jack [Ed: this is not the same Jack who edits the site]. He’s a Newcastle man who found himself wandering Covent Garden, looking for something Indian to eat. This review is the result! You can find out
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