Harry Craig provides a compelling argument for the superiority of the French-style crêpe over the American-style fluffy pancake.
Should all restaurants provide vegan options?
Lydia Carter discusses the practicality of all restaurants introducing vegan options, and if it should even be a priority.
What’s the staple on your Christmas table?
Gracie Moore brings the magic of Christmas to the table, discussing some staple treats and providing some useful tips along the way.
Fruitful Festivities: Turtle Bay Christmas cocktail review
Cleo Gravett chronicles her tasting journey at Turtle Bay Exeter, offering her opinion on the best Christmas cocktails to try out.
“The first step in a long struggle”: in conversation with the two-pound meal deal campaigners
On 2 November 2022, the University launched a two-pound hot meal deal following a successful student campaign demanding cheaper food on campus.
Korea Move: A Search for Seoul Food
Korea Move: A Search for Seoul Food Cleo Gravett scours Seoul for a little culinary adventure and finds the foodstuff which keeps South Korea on the move. In every national cuisine, there’s a quiet hero. Reliable, prolific, delicious. In England, it may be the bag of chips, or the tasty, flaky pie. In France, it […]
Best brunch spots in Exeter
Lucy Evans takes us on a tour of the best places to enjoy brunch in Exeter.
The UK-Australia trade deal shows the boundaries of sustainable ambitions
Alina McGregor examines the complexities of the UK’s new trade deal with Australia as it relates to foreign and environmental policy.
Excess Food Consumption: Food Art Over the Ages
Emma Blackmore analyses the use of food symbolism in art to criticise human overconsumption.
Exeter’s best shops for plant-based living
Evie Marshall discusses the best shops in Exeter for those who want to maintain a plant-based lifestyle