Tag: markets

A Shoreditch Sunday.

A Shoreditch Sunday.

It’s been a big weekend. I’ve been running myself ragged trying to finish this book, so just needed a few days of fun to reset my jumbled brain. We started on friday with some beers in the park with Banjo. Well, I started 30 minutes […]

Scotch eggs, Korean BBQ burritos + Buckingham Palace.

Scotch eggs, Korean BBQ burritos + Buckingham Palace.

Today we were off to the weekly Real Food Market at Southbank. Self-described as a market/food festival that has an ‘amazing range of great produce and [features] the rising stars of London’s street food scene, each trader has been carefully selected based on their commitment […]

Melbourne coffee in London, grilled duck + buttermilk fried chicken.

Melbourne coffee in London, grilled duck + buttermilk fried chicken.

Straight out to the Clerkenwell Workshop Coffee Co. location this morning, we head in, sat down, ordered our lattes and looked around at the much-bigger-than-their-other-location space. The back of the cafe is the roasters, out in the open and viewable by customers. With the beans […]

Peruvian lunch, Brick Lane Markets in Shoreditch + Sunday Beer session on the roof.

Peruvian lunch, Brick Lane Markets in Shoreditch + Sunday Beer session on the roof.

Another sunny day here in London, so over to Shoreditch it was to spend a day wandering Brick Lane in the beautiful weather. We wandered in and out of the little vintage stores, and found a number of amazing multicultural food markets. There were so […]

Of chowder in sourdough bowls, cable cars + culinary bookstores.

Of chowder in sourdough bowls, cable cars + culinary bookstores.

San Francisco is full of culinary (and other) delights. From Boudin Bakery, the purported home of the famous San Francisco sourdough, to the gourmet markets held at the Ferry Building every day, there is enough to fill a foodie’s lifetime and more. What to wear […]

Salamanca Markets, chipotle flatbreads + local designers.

Salamanca Markets, chipotle flatbreads + local designers.

Hobart has, like many capitals, a thriving food scene. Where Hobart differs is that this food scene has easy access to beautiful, fresh Tasmanian produce. Wandering through the Salamanca Saturday Market, sandstone warehouses on one side and the water on the other, we tasted handmade […]


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