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Three Choirs Vineyard, Newent – Review

A stone throws away from my parents home and where I grew up is one of the largest vineyards in England. Three Choirs Vineyard, so named of the choral festival in the Cotswold’s between the three choirs at the cathedrals…

Silo, Brighton – Review

As mentioned before, I’m lucky that I’m close to my brother and sister in law. They just make me so happy to be with and love that they are foodies too. Recently visiting their new pad in Brighton, I met…

About FoodNerd

I eat. I travel. I blog. I repeat.
Working as a Food Technologist, through my blog I take my love for all things food through to my travels to discover new cultures, recipe development in my kitchen and sharing restaurant reviews.

Nanny’s Simnel Cake Recipe

We’ve just been enjoying a beautiful long bank holiday weekend for the Easter break and I spent my time down in Brighton with my family. A stroll along the pier, a few slot machine played, toy planes won and plenty…

Mast Brothers Double Chocolate Cookies with Smoked Salt Recipe

With Easter a stone’s throw away on Sunday, it means I’m even more obsessed with chocolate than any other time of the year. In honour of chocolate fest 2015, I made a recipe from the beautiful Mast Brothers Cook Book.…

Gloucester Services Farm Shop – Review

Service stations in the UK are pretty grim with we’re being honest. The usual fast-food restaurants, florescent lights that is oh so flattering at midnight while stocking up on equally bad food for your journey. Opening in the last year,…

Brewhouse and Kitchen, Bristol – Review

There’s a new kid in town. Adding to the awesomeness of Cotham Hill in Bristol is Bristol Brewhouse & Kitchen. Making their own craft beers right there in the pub with their microbrewery. And their beer list is pretty special,…

CHOMP, Bristol – Review

I love meat. Maybe a bit more than is normally healthy. So when I hear of a nice new meaty place to try out I’m there before you can say, ‘Should I book a table?’ With the strapline – BEEF…

Sticks and Broth, Bristol – Review

There has been an explosion of new restaurants in Bristol for an exciting bunny like myself to try. One of the new additions that has been on my list to try for ages is Sticks and Broth on Baldwin Street…

Paul A Young’s City Truffles Collection – Review

Valentines Day might have been last month but a girl can always dream to be whisked away to a far off land for a romantic getaway. The closest I can get to that at the moment is tucking into Paul…

The Ginger Fox, Brighton – Review

My brother and sister in law have recently moved to Brighton from London so I’ve been having fun when visiting them discovering a whole new area of great foodie places. A few weeks ago I visited with a couple of…

Bean to Bar Chocolate Course, Hotel Chocolat, London – Review

At the end of October, I left my first job from university. A company I had been with for the past four years and where I had learnt many work-related lessons and lifelong friends. It was a tough choice to…


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