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Pancake Day @ The Thali Café, March 8th

Not long to go till Shrove Tuesday…but if you’re not keen on the idea of the White Bear’s pancake eating competition and you don’t fancy cooking traditional pancakes at home, join the Thali Café for their unique take on the occasion… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

MyCityCuisine.org – Contributors Needed!

An interesting email popped into my blog’s email inbox this morning, making me aware of MyCityCuisine.org – described as “a Wiki project to create a free, reliable and up-to-date guide to the most original and tasty local dishes from different countries of the world”. I’ve had a browse of the site, and there’s some fantastic […]

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Home-grown food heroes at Tyntesfield…

This week, for the first time in two years, visitors will finally be able to see North Somerset’s Tyntesfield without scaffolding, as the Victorian mansion and chapel were re-opened to the public on Monday, February 28th… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

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Dine out with a difference at the City of Bristol College

If you’re looking to eat out but fancy a meal with a difference, then book a table at one of the City of Bristol College’s restaurants, where all dishes are prepared and served by students working towards their catering qualifications… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

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New Restaurant, opening March: The Runcible Spoon

Four young Bristol cooks and gardener behind one of Bristol’s 2010 pop-up restaurants are now teaming up in a more permanent venture, opening restaurant The Runcible Spoon in early March. Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  


Bath & West Banger: Sausage creators needed!

Are you a creative foodie who dreams of having their products sold to the public? If so, it’s worth dusting off your creative hat for Royal Bath And West and Westaways’ banger-based competition… Subscribe to Bristol Bites by Email  

Kitchens, Whiteladies Road: products now available to buy online…

I only visited Kitchens cookshop on Whiteladies Road for the first time last weekend. It’s a bit of an Aladdin’s Cave in there…although it may look small from the outside, venture through the front doors and you’ll find three floors selling everything you need – and many things that you didn’t realise existed! Subscribe to […]

Times Eat Out From £5 – loads of Bristol restaurants…

Over 1,100 restaurants around the country participating in the Times offer this year, giving readers a great excuse to try out new places for a fraction of the normal price. Diners can take part in the offer as many times as they like, and with a deadline of April 30th 2011 to use vouchers, that’s […]

Vote for the Best in Bristol (you might win something…)

Something a little different now… As much as I can rave about my favourite foodie finds in Bristol, I’m keen to find out what YOU think. Hopefully we’ll be able to come up with a list of the best of Bristol in a range of categories… There’s no need to vote for somewhere in EVERY […]

Bristol vegetable box schemes

Vegetable box schemes are nothing new. They’re a great way of encouraging people to cook more at home, to ensure that you stick to seasonal foods, and can even introduce you to vegetables you’d never have thought to buy or had never heard of (as one friend recently discovered when salsify appeared in her veg […]