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Severnshed Tasting Evening, October 18th

A revamped menu, a complete refurbishment and a huge new wine list. The Grove-based Severnshed have a lot to shout about at the moment, and they chose to do so last night by inviting a bunch of Bristolians down to the restaurant for an evening of wine tasting and food sampling. Subscribe to Bristol Bites […]

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A barbecue with a difference…

I’m sure it’s not just my friends and I who have been using the recent sunny spell as an excuse to have as many barbecues as possible. And I’m sure it’s not just my friends and I who are getting a little bored of barbecueing the same things, week in, week out. Subscribe to Bristol […]

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Highlights from last weekend’s Bristol Wine & Food Fair

Despite the rain, last Sunday proved to be a popular day for this year’s Bristol Wine & Food Fair, with a huge number of people flocking to Bristol’s Harbourside to enjoy the end of a three day celebration of fine wine and good food. In addition to a variety of local and national companies selling […]

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The Big Cheese Taste Off – he who drinks cider wins…

After the ongoing excitement of the General Election, Wednesday night saw a variety of Bristolians heading down to the Grain Barge to cast the only vote that really mattered: is wine, beer or cider the best partner for cheese? Hosted by Rob Salvage of Bristol Ferry Boat Company and BBC Radio Bristol fame, the evening […]

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The Big Cheese Taste Off – May 12th

With cheese being bought by 98% of British households, and over 700 named cheeses produced in the UK, our love of the stuff is evident. We consume over 700,000 tonnes of cheese per year…but how are we eating it, and are we actually appreciating our local produce? Wednesday, May 12th will see four British names […]

Local Challenge: Papadeli

Sorry it’s been a while since the last post – the “real job” is taking up a lot of time! A while back, we posted details of our “Local Challenge” – our challenge to local shops and delis to provide us with a recipe using only ingredients that you could buy from them. We would […]

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Our evening with the SS…

…well, the SSSC, to be more precise. Friday night signalled the welcomed end to a busy week, and was even more eagerly awaited as we’d managed to book ourselves two places to dine with the Secret Service Supper Club. The SSSC is the brainchild of Louise Barnard, a local Cordon Bleu-trained chef and the owner […]

Bristol Food Markets

For those who love fresh local produce, Bristol’s plethora of food markets have something to suit all tastes. Below is our attempt at listing as many of the city’s regular markets as possible, but if we’ve missed any, or if any of the information is out of date, let us know and we’ll update the […]

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Cheese Festival, January 31st – Review

Despite somewhat freezing weather, the area around the Glassboat Restaurant on Welshback was, for an afternoon, transformed into a buzzing, lively market full of stalls showing off some of the best artisan cheeses from local suppliers. As I was approaching the venue, the first thing that greeted me – besides the happy bustle usually associated […]

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2nd Bristol Winter Cider Festival – Review

The sun was shining, we’d just found a new flat to rent and it was a friend’s birthday. Three equally good reasons to head to the Brunel Passenger shed early on Saturday afternoon for a spot of cider sampling! Friday and Saturday played host to Bristol’s 2nd Winter Cider Festival, organised by CiderFestivals.co.uk. We paid […]