Food Features

Exeter

Eating Out

Exeter Food Forays – Eating out in Exeter

Belinda Dillon seeks out places to eat in Exeter, and discovers some of the best restaurants are proudly independent.

Eating Out

Places to Eat in Plymouth that are Family Friendly

Struggling to find nice places to eat in Plymouth when you have young ones in tow?

Eating Out

Find top Vegetarian Restaurants in Exeter

The city serves up a great choice of meat-free eateries. Read on for our selection of the best vegetarian restaurants in Exeter

Ben Richards in his allotment

Drinks Devon Produce

Cheers, Ben!

Beer Sommelier Ben Richards has discovered that it’s possible to grow and brew your own beer from a small patch of land, writes Jennie Cooper

Quickes. Cheese made in Devon

Devon Produce

Devon Cheese

Clare Hunt sniffs out the finest Devon cheese, creates the perfect cheese hamper and discovers where you can buy cheese online

Devon food banks

Food for Thought

Foodbanks are an invaluable support in times of need, and Su Carroll finds out how to help

Eating Out

Chain Reaction

A flurry of independent local burger restaurants are giving the big chains some food for thought, writes Lucy Baker-Kind

Child with ice creams in front of ice cream van

Devon Produce

Oh, We Do Like to Eat Beside the Seaside!

There are some foods that are a must for the perfect seaside holiday. Luckily, as Clare Hunt discovers, Devon has all the right ingredients

People sitting outside at the Good Food Market in Royal William Yard, Plymouth

Eating Out

Love Good Food

The award-winning Good Food Market at Royal William Yard in Plymouth is a must-visit for food lovers

Devon Apples

Drinks Devon Produce

Devon Cider Producers talk Core-Values

Local apple orchards are enjoying a resurgence, thanks to a passion for growing and a thirst for Devon cider

Taste of the West Award logo, Food & Drink Devon Award logo, Great Taste Award Logo

The Right Flavour?

Sue Cade embarks on her first outing as a food awards judge, and talks to the Taste Buds team about their judging experiences

Coffee beans

Drinks Devon Produce

A Special Brew

It’s giving tea a run for its money as the nation’s favourite cuppa, and with new, local innovations brewing, Clare Hunt wakes up and smells the coffee

Spring asparagus and radishes

Devon Produce

Celebrating Spring Veg

Winter – we’ve officially had enough of you. Clare Hunt tucks into the best veg that spring has to offer

Chef and gardener in the kitchen garden at The Pig at Coombe

Eating Out

Restaurants with kitchen gardens

Where to eat the best veg in the west

How to shoot your lunch

How to Shoot Your Lunch

Taste Buds talks to renowned food photographer David Griffen about how to capture an engaging image for social media

Devon Produce

Still Fowl Play?

Current EU practices surrounding chicken welfare and egg production have improved, but there’s still room for improvement, writes Clare Hunt

Christmas cocktails using Devon spirits

Drinks Devon Produce

Devon's Gin Distillers

Look no further than Devon for some inspiring spirits to keep you in very good cheer, writes Clare Hunt

Rising to the Challenge

Sue Cade gets kneading at her first bread-making course at Exeter Cookery School

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