An Evening Soirée at River Cottage

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Last week saw another trip to Devon, to attend an evening soirée at River Cottage. It has been just over a year since my last trip there, and I was excited to explore the place once again. River Cottage, was of course made famous by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and his famous Channel 4 show. Hugh has a wide range of cook books, and has been vital in promoting reducing waste. At his River Cottage Canteens, nothing goes to landfill!

I travelled down with some local bloggers; Chris from Thinly Spread, Kate from Veggie Desserts and Diana from Little Sunny Kitchen. We all live within 30 minutes of each other, and it was good to have a natter and catch up on the way down. We arrived and rain welcomed us. We ran into the shelter and huddled around the wood burner until our chauffeur driven tractor ride arrived to collect us. The ride takes 10 minutes, down a bumpy mud track, but the views across the Devon landscape and down onto the farm were stunning.

River Cottage //

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62 thoughts on “An Evening Soirée at River Cottage

    1. We missed you Emma!! Well, the short version is as food bloggers we should be doing it. I recently took part in a ‘virtual pumpkin party’ with over 100 bloggers, so things like that were encouraged!

  1. I’m feeling quite envious reading all these posts about the River Cottage at the moment. IT sounds like you had a great day and the food sounds amazing. The foodie games must have been fun too!

  2. Sounds like a lovely day out. I have family in Devon, will have to tell them about this, they will love it

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