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  • Hoogly Teas

    27th March 2017

    We first came across Hoogly Tea earlier this year, while perusing stalls at The Source Trade Show in Exeter. We loved the sound of their unique flavours and were drawn to the colorful hues of their teapot. In the past, neither of us have been huge fruit tea drinkers – preferring to…

  • From steaming mugs of tea, to indulgent lattes – I’ve always been a big fan of Chai.  So when I got a little package from Henny & Joes last month, I couldn’t wait to give their award-winning Masala Chai a try! Who are Henny & Joe’s Henny & Joes use traditional methods…

  • I first came across Mr& Mrs B’s Seriously Buzzin Hot Sauces when we visited The Source Trade Show in Exeter earlier this year. You couldn’t miss their eye-catching stand – mostly due to the fact that Mr B was dressed as a knight, but also because of the colourful range of hot sauces on offer.…

  • Little Bowhay Lemon Curd

    21st October 2016

    Review by Collette If you’re a fan of lemon meringue then you will love this lemon curd. Made in small batches by Martin and Jane using local and ethically soured ingredients i’ve been using this zesty curd on every slice of my morning toast since Powderham Food Festival! This curd contains super…

  • Wessex Pantry Game Pie

    20th October 2016

    As expected, The Devon Foodie team returned home from this year’s Powderham Food Festival with our bags stuffed to the brim with foodie produce; from lemon curd to mint chocolate liqueur. But arguably the most memorable of our purchases had to be the Wessex Pantry’s Game Pie.. Sometimes you just…

  • Portlebay Popcorn

    7th June 2016

    In recent years gourmet popcorn has gone from being the latest ‘foodie fad’ to a snack sensation thanks to its healthier credentials and the wide range of flavours on offer. Brands like Joe and Seph’s and Metcalfe are going from strength to strength by offering grown-up variations of our favourite childhood treats and…

  • South Devon Chilli Farm A couple of weeks ago I was on my way down to Salcombe for the day when I passed a sign for the South Devon Chilli Farm. Having heard a lot about this local enterprise from my chilli loving friends, I was keen to stop by…

  • Wonky Kitchen Fudge

    29th April 2016

    Wonky Kitchen Fudge There was a time in the not-so-distant past when I thought that I had totally gone off fudge. Drawn in by lovely packaging and the promise of ‘traditional’ flavours, I was often left disappointed by the sticky, oily consistency that so many mass-produced fudges possess. They stick to…

  • Fussels Mint Mayo

    26th April 2016

    This product isn’t technically from Devon, but since it’s handmade in Somerset and was a hit with the entire team I thought I’d share it with you anyway. Introducing: Mint Mayonnaise by Fussels Fine Foods. I came across this particular mayo at Exeter Food Festival and it stopped me in…

  • Little’s Flavoured Coffee As a rule I’m not a big fan of flavoured coffee. You won’t find me adding syrups and sugary concoctions to my morning latte – I’m more of a flat white kind of girl. That been said, I recently discovered Little’s Coffee and came to realise just how satisfying a flavoured cuppa…