If you’re already one of the 700,000 that is currently a member of tastecard then you’re in for a real treat as we’ve created a central place to keep you up to date with what’s happening with all things to do with food – and some more. We’ll also be road testing some of the fantastic places you have access to dining at with your tastecard, hopefully inspiring you to try out new destinations for your next culinary journey.
If you don’t yet have a tastecard – not to worry – you can try it out free for thirty days here! I guarantee that you will wonder why you’ve been missing out for so long!
What can you expect to be reading about in the future? Well I’m always keeping an eye out for new places to eat (who says we’re in a recession?!) and events taking place up and down the country – and I’m sure most of you would agree – almost every event these days seems to involve food and drink somewhere along the line. 2012 is certainly a special year with the recent jubilee celebrations, Euro 2012 and who could possibly forget the 2012 Olympics coming to the capital. I’ll help you with some ideas of where you might want to be for some of these special events. Also the annual events that we have come to accept as Great Britain – Edinburgh Fringe, Wimbledon, Proms, the list is endless. I’ll also keep you informed of all juicy gossip on all things foodie.
And it’s not all about us – we want to hear from you too! We’ve thought of almost everything to ensure you can contact us to let us know what you like, what you want more of and share with your friends – you can comment on our posts, like them through our Facebook widget, you’ll be able to re-tweet us too!
By now you’re probably wondering who I am! I am an enthusiastic foodie fan. Yes I know you’re probably thinking who isn’t. I’ve always had a vested interest in food. Particularly taking photos of the delightful food I get to try out regularly. I LOVE cooking (I make a mean macaroni cheese) and I can quite confidently say that there isn’t anything I won’t try. Ok so perhaps you won’t see me eating moving objects from the outback but you get my drift. I used to tweet and post lots of foodie photos on Twitter/Facebook, then I thought “why don’t I do this properly” and started my own blog. Two years later I love it and am honoured to be sharing restaurant and food news with you all to help you on your quest to dine out with your tastecard.
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