A bit of news…

1. Big up the British!

First up I’m very proud to say I’ve been asked to write a blog post for the mighty Netmums to help celebrate British Food Fortnight.

You can check out my post and see how I got on cooking up Veg Crumble, a recipe I found on the brilliant Netmums food section… a great place for some meal inspiration.

Veg Crumble, a recipe by Netmums

If you think that looks tempting then you’ll have to skip over to Netmums for the recipe.

And while we’re on the topic of British food…

2. Happy Birthday!

You may remember I blogged about the completely brilliant West Ealing Farmers Market a few months back.

Exeter Street Bakery at West Ealing Farmers Market

Well it’s celebrating it’s 10th birthday this weekend and there’s loads in store if you’re in the area on Saturday:

There’ll be birthday cake, farmers will be cooking up lunch, the market will have slightly longer hours to cover the lunch period, plus some other great FREE activities will take place including:

The Kids Cookery School will be visiting to deliver fun and creative hands on cookery workshops to children, young people and families.

The farmers market will also be running a Children’s art workshop with vegetable printing and chalk graffiti

Love Food Hate Waste will be demonstrating better recycling techniques

And there will be sporadic egg and spoon races along the street when we have enough willing participants

The festivities are part of West Ealing family day


About Katie Bryson

Katie Bryson is a freelance food writer and blogger. She left a career in online news at the BBC to immerse herself in the culinary world, taking in courses at Leiths School of Food and Wine and an internship at Waitrose along the way. Her family food blog www.feedingboys.co.uk is bursting with recipes and tips for feeding hungry families that’ll help inspire all those frazzled parents out there wondering what on earth to cook for tea!
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One Response to A bit of news…

  1. I remember English food: the whatever with three veg, and the veg were mashed potatoes, chips, and baked beans. And when we asked what type of ham it was (leg, processed, smoked, honeyed, shoulder, boneless) we were told “HAM …from … a… pig”. I’m sure things have changed.

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