Firstly, can I just say a great big thank you to all of you who have gotten in touch over Twitter, commented on the blog and recommended me through your website and lists. I really appreciate your feedback and comments and so glad to hear that what I’m doing on here is being seen and, most of all, enjoyed.
I’ve had a bit of a break for the past two months, which was not intentional but has also given me a chance to think about what to do next and how to develop this space.
I’m determined to follow my resolution of updating this blog often and not just with any old tat, but with videos and written posts that I’m really happy with, proud of and eager to share with you all out there.
The last two months haven’t been without their adventures however…
I had the pleasure of tasting Pitt & Co’s delicious pulled pork down on Southbank during their summer residency there.
The Whitstable Oyster Festival served up sun, ale and, of course, amazingly fresh oysters again this year, one could argue the original seaside street food?
I also had the delight of attending The London Fields Brewery opening where I was introduced to the Homeslice team: post coming soon on their stunningly delicious pizzas.
The next two and half months, in the run up to Christmas, look like even more exciting and busy street food times. The opening of the Kings Boulevard N1C in King’s Cross, an event Petra at Eat St has kindly invited me to cover, is top of the events list and I can’t wait to get down there over the next few weeks with my camera to check it out.
If you have found or are starting up a new, fabulous street food venture that you think would be up for the www.streetfoodstories.com treatment, then do get in touch with me.
Again, thanks for watching and reading and keep checking back for more posts.