Ranty rant rant

Today sees the start of the Real Food Festival at Earl’s Court. A chance for food lovers to wander round a vast aircraft hanger sized space packed with food producers and test their wares. There are lots of delicious sounding goodies on offer. But the best thing to do I think is stop by Rude Health’s stand to hear a roster of food lovers ranting. The ranters and ranteuses are a mixed bag of writers, bloggers and producers. All people impassioned by something food related and prepared to stand on a hay bale and let everyone know it.

This is the third time Rude Health have wheeled out the hay bale and the rants are becoming so popular its hard to bag a slot to let your voice be heard. To whet your appetite for someranting here is little ol’ me going on about boeuf bourguignon at Abergavenny in September:

Ranting

I’m not going to be able to make it along this weekend but for anyone else who misses out the rants get posted here so you can always find your favourite.

Good luck to all the ranters this weekend particularly Scandilicious and Food Urchin who I KNOW are going to be brilliant :)).

Go ranters go!

6 thoughts on “Ranty rant rant”

  1. Very entertaining – your summing up was precisely what I would have said. No need for people to get in a stew about it!!!!!!!

    I’ve only made it deliberately once, using recipe in Sainsbury’s Mag article about Burgundy region. It was a bit of a faff as I recall, peeling tiny flipping onions and messing about with lardons.
    .-= Sarah, Maison Cupcake´s last blog ..Cadogan Arms, Kings Road, Chelsea =-.

  2. It wasfun ranting though a bit scary. Its a great idea of rude Health’s and definitely worth going along to hear what the ranters have to say. You can catch up online but its better in the flesh so to speak!

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