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Food & Drink W


BAGS OF COFFEE – ground or beans – from somewhere like Café Alf Resco so it has a little bit of Dartmouth with it.


BOXES OF HERBAL TEAS – perfect for the January detox. Peppers World Foods have a big selection of herbal teas in funky coloured boxes and the Deli at Dartmouth has a wide range of Tea Pigs herbal teas. They always feel like a treat as the Tea Pig tea bag is beautifully silky to the touch.


A JAR OF SEA SPOON – local seaweed harvested at low tide then dried and ground. A perfect seasoning and full of protein, vitamins and minerals. There are 5 different flavours and we love using them in our cooking. Great if you want to cut down on salt as they are naturally saline. Available in the Deli at Dartmouth and online at Seaspoon.com


A BOTTLE OF WHISKY, GIN OR


VODKA from the remarkable range at the Dartmouth Wine Company or maybe a day at the Salcombe Gin School making your own bottle of gin with personally selected botanicals.


Written by David & Holly Jones mannafromdevon.com Tel.01803 752943


ell Christmas is on its way and we’re thinking of gifts for friends and family. We love giving foodie presents in the hope that they will at least be eaten rather than put in the drawer of unused and wondered at presents that may never see the light of day.


If the thought of doing your shopping and heading to Exeter or Plymouth fills you with dread, you can buy pretty much everything for every foodie in Dartmouth and the surrounding area. Here are some of our current favourite ideas for you to buy in the town or online –


A PLACE ON THE WINE-IN-A-DAY COURSE


AT MICHAEL SUTTON’S CELLAR just up from Blackpool Sands – perfect for the wine lover in your life or for anyone who would like to learn lots more.


A LITTLE POT OF MATCHA


POWDER from Dartmoor based Kine- ta – you may have seen them at the Food Festival and we are loving a daily pinch of it in porridge, guacamole, soup or salad dress- ings knowing that’s it’s boosting our energy levels and packed full of antioxidants.


A CAKE MIX FROM FRANKLY


KETO CAKES – we wrote about them earlier in the year you may remember. Low in carbs and easy to make, in several flavours and light to post if you need to send presents by mail. Check out Frankie’s website at franklyketocakes.com


A SELECTION OF DRIED


CHILLIES from the South Devon Chilli Farm or maybe some seeds if your gift recipients have green fingers too. Perfect for light postage.


A GREAT QUALITY


CHEF’S KNIFE or how about a voucher


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