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Valencia Walking Feasts {Review – Valencia Food Tour}

I’ve been recently been doing a series of posts based on wonderful food tours whilst travelling as well as creating your own. To add to the collection of food tours I’ve been on around the world, I recently arrange a…

Build Your Own Holiday Food Tour {Review – How To Guide}

So you’ve booked a trip away. Now what? Well, how about a  DIY Food Tour for your time away? Sounds like a daunting task, where do you start? What resources can you trust and what can you ignore for an…

Raising A Glass or Four {Review – Chase Distillery, Hereford}

In the depth of the Hereford farmland is a place producing liquid joy. The Chase distillery has been producing some of the finest vodkas and gins for the past 20 plus years. William was given a potato field for his…

Island Eating {Travel – Madeira, Portugal}

This year we went a tad rogue for our annual girls holiday. The island of Madeira, not necessarily your typical destination, but it was an absolute gem of a spot. Probably most peoples idea of the island that it tends…

In Fair Verona {Travel – Verona, Italy}

For me, food and travel go together like jelly and ice cream, gin and tonic or Romeo and Juliet. When visiting a new city or even one I have been to before, I like to research food spots to enhance…

Eating Around Cargo {Review – Wapping Wharf, Bristol}

For the last couple of years, a new development has been going strength to strength on the harbour side of Bristol. The Cargo at Wapping Wharf is a collection of restaurants, producers, shops and lifestyle ventures housed in shipping containers…

Top Themed Afternoon Teas in London {Review – Eating In London}

Afternoon teas are an English institute, that normally you shouldn’t mess with. You can always start a heated debate amongst friends if you suggest whether to jam your scone before the clotted cream (I mean they would be wrong, cream on…

Beautiful Brittany {Travel – Brittany, France}

FoodNerd travels to Brittany and eat at Petit Hotel du Grand Large

Bean to Bar Chocolate Tastings {Review – Cocoa Runners Parcel}

FoodNerd tries lots of bean to bar chocolate bars.

Taste Of London 2016 Edition {Review – Taste of London Festival, London}

FoodNerd attends Taste of London 2016 and eats lots of dishes.

Chocolate Bars Before Bros {Review – Mast Brothers, London}

My cousin and I like to go on food adventures, they are better than normal adventures. When we found out that Mast Brothers, one of the founders of the bean to bar chocolate movement was opening a factory/shop/cafe/cool space in…

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