Category Archives: Interviews

Shopping without supermarkets

People have lots of reasons for not shopping at their local market; relying on somewhere that doesn’t have the permanence of Tesco or Sainsbury’s can be frustrating, particularly if you can’t count on it to stock every single item on … Continue reading

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Beth’s Buns

Your local market may not just be the provider of an excellent supper – keep your eyes and ears open, and you may just find it also provides you with a fabulous story as well. This turned out to be … Continue reading

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Rayeesa’s Indian Kitchen

The recent fervour for Instagram images of food pinpoints the way in which we believe a superior meal is one accompanied by a hefty side dish of nostalgia (particularly if you self-identify as a hipster). For many, food is not only … Continue reading

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Anything But Plain Chocolate

Sian Fish is the Willy Wonka of the farmers’ market world. When I meet up with her at Whiteladies Road Famers’ Market in Bristol, she is wearing a flamboyant velvet hat, which I think would not have looked amiss on … Continue reading

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The Somerset Soup Company

This is my first farmers’ market expedition. I am at Whiteladies Road, and I am cold and feeling a bit lost. Luckily, I have arranged to speak to George, the creator of the Somerset Soup Company. With a steaming cauldron … Continue reading

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