About Edinburgh Foody Kerry Teakle

Working in communications during the day, by night, Kerry is a self-confessed culture vulture and foodie, and can be found lapping up anything culinary or to do with the arts.

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Kerry Teakle

Working in communications during the day, by night, Kerry is a self-confessed culture vulture and foodie, and can be found lapping up anything culinary or to do with the arts.

Deadly Donuts by day, dinner by night

Deadly donuts food is pushing the boundaries taste and texture wise

Krispy Kreme’s aside, there’s a donut revolution happening in Edinburgh, and no shortage of places offering these gorgeous gooey delights that have taken on the good old cupcake as a fantastic accompaniment to a cup of coffee. Now one such establishment, Deadly Donuts in Marchmont, is looking to push the…

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Wahaca firing up the Mexican in Edinburgh

Double dipping churros with salted caramel ice-cream

I’ve long been a fan of Thomasina Miers, Masterchef’s 2005 winner and newspaper columnist, who spent her younger years travelling around Mexico and falling in love with their cuisine, who following her success has opened up a chain of Mexican restaurants, Wahaca, with co-fouder Mark Selby, with their latest one…

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Voujon – A Bengali Feast

Voujons veritable feast - there's unfamiliar dishes on the menu - but be brave and try them

Perhaps it’s in my blood, with my mother having been born in India but I love Asian food. In fact now that Spice Girl is back at Stockbridge Market, hopefully on a regular basis, my freezer is stockpiled with her curry kits, which guarantees you a quick lunch or supper…

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Chop House – On a New Block

Fiery BBQ Rib with 'slaw

There’s some exciting things happening at the Arches on Edinburgh’s East Market Street, near Waverley Station and the newest kid on the block is Chop House. This second Chop House bar & butchery* opened its doors on 11 August, following hot on the heels of their Leith one, which opened…

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Full Steam Ahead

Reliving the Golden Age of Travel

In this fast paced world of travel, there’s something rather romantic and civilised about train travel. I’m obviously not talking about commuter trains, but reliving the Golden Age of travel and taking a steam train on a scenic journey through the Scottish countryside, all in the comfort of a beautifully…

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