When talking about how Devon’s Good Game came into being, it’s almost obligatory to mention Tom Jones, Morocco and a roadtrip in a £100 cavalier, but let’s bypass that and get straight to the meat.
Gidleigh Park has retained its two Michelin stars following the release of the Michelin Guide 2015.
Exeter-based Red Tractor-assured farmer Andrew Freemantle of Kenniford Farm hosted an educational morning for the children from Lady Seaward Primary School in Clyst St George as part of Red Tractor Week.
Research has shown that the people of the South West are confused about cucumbers, with 81% of the respondents incorrectly thinking it is a vegetable, when it is a fruit.
Year 2 pupils from Lady Seaward Primary School in Clyst St Mary will be spending a morning on Kenniford Farm at Clyst St Mary, Exeter owned by Red Tractor assured pig farmer, Andrew Freemantle .
September’s Good Food Market at the Royal William Yard (Sunday, September 7 9.30am – 4pm) is going to be busier than ever, says the press release.
There are four big food fairs in Devon this weekend. The culinary delights take place in Kingsbridge, Dartington, Royal William Yard and Bideford.
You would not be forgiven for saying ‘hot stuff’ as the top top curry chefs of Teignbridge and Exeter prepare to ‘cook off’ to find the Exeter and Teignbridge Curry Chef of the Year 2014.
Plymouth’s Bistrot Pierre reveals the secret of one of its most loved desserts, just in time for Valentine’s Day – so everyone can share a little amour…