Tag Archives: Street Food

Smokestak enlightening

I love the idea of a smokehouse. It’s like a barbecue on steroids and, like barbecues, I’ve had some good and bad experiences. I’ve had some fabulous juicy and sticky ribs but also some horribly dry brisket which should have … Continue reading

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Modern Brick Lane: Modern Britain

I’ve read the eponymous Monica Ali novel and I had an impression of Brick Lane by reputation but I’d never actually visited. My recent visit was a real eye-opener of modern London and what a wonderfully vibrant and exciting place … Continue reading

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Digbeth Dining Club – celebrating Street Food

Digbeth Dining Club feeds and entertains hundreds of people every Friday night with a range of delicious street food. Once a month they close off the end of Lower Trinity Street in Digbeth and bring in a few more providers. … Continue reading

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UK Burger Battle – experience something new

This weekend I fulfilled one of my food ambitions. Social media is alive with talk of street food. Pop up restaurants and street food festivals are what the cool young things are both doing and trying. For the lucky city … Continue reading

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The world’s finest sausage and the Ashbourne terroir

One of the joys of visiting France is to stumble across one of the local markets. They are a celebration not only of food but of the terroir – the environmental and physical characteristics which impart flavour. These characteristics produce … Continue reading

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