Word on the StrEAT
Being the devoted street food followers that we are, when we’re not eating, photographing or blogging about mobile morsels ourselves, you’ll often find the StrEAT team gobbling up other people’s musings on our favourite subject.
We realised we should put this obsession to good use and share our foodie finds with our equally passionate readers, so from now on we’ll be regularly pulling together street food news and happenings all in one place, so you can keep up to date. We’ll aim to include what we think is of most interest but, as always, if there’s other stuff you’d rather we focus on, do let us know.
Street food in the news
Street Food awards founder and general food aficionado Richard Johnson wrote an interesting piece on the Guardian Word of Mouth blog about street food cookery books. With big street food names such as The Bowler and Pitt Cue Co bringing out recipe books, he discusses whether street food recipes have any place being written down.
Also in the Telegraph, French & Grace, a ‘quasi-Moroccan’ restaurant situated in StrEAT favourite Brixton Village market (they also have a stall at our other favourite: KERB) gets a mouth-wateringly good review. Check out what Zoe Williams has to say about their butterbean hummus and halloumi wraps.
Continuing the pub and fried chicken combination trend, relative newbies Thank Cluck have started a February residency at the Dalston Victoria. They’ll be there every Monday until the end of the month.
Well, that’s it for now folks. Watch this space for another news round-up soon.Image sourced from www.pr-media-blog.co.uk