We can feast again: where to feast once the party’s finished

Beard to Tail‘s BBQ Pulled Pork Slider with Coleslaw at Feast, Tobacco Dock Who made it to Feast a few weeks ago at Tobacco Dock? Sadly I couldn’t but I have been to past events and I think it’s a good format. The organisers have struck the right balance of presenting existing street food traders with the opportunity of getting continuous trade for 3-4 days and also restaurants who want to offer up something new – or something... Read More

Arancini Brothers and other news

Piada wraps waiting to be filled... Life on a market stall On Saturday I spent the morning working with Gastronimica deli at Borough Market where I learned to make Italian piadinas in preparation for a stall I’ll be helping out at for the Evening Standard next weekend (World Street Food Festival, Southbank, SE1 – I’ll be there Friday evening and Saturday lunchtime) Germana showed me how to choose ingredients that complement each... Read More

Venn Street Market: Sundays in April

Will open on Sundays from April On Sundays, I often find that if I haven’t heaved myself out of bed to run (read: slow trot) to clear my conscience after whatever happened the night before then the best thing to do is pull on something scruffy, hide under a hat and find some food. Where I currently live but am soon to move from, we now have the lovely Battersea Food Market on the High Street (10 mins walk from Clapham Junction, runs on Saturday... Read More

Real Food Market, Southbank: Back in town

It had a little break over Christmas but the Real Food Market behind the Southbank Centre (Waterloo Station side) is back this Friday until Sunday and hopefully forever more. Sadly Petra Barran’s excellent Choc Star van will no longer be there for when we need an instant sugar fix but do go down to try stuff from the other street food sellers like the Arancini Brothers (one of my absolute favourite festival food traders for their risotto ball... Read More

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