Muddy Stilettos

Sharon - Editor

Heard of the hashtag #fivemilefood? I thought I'd check it out. A new pub and new venture? Super-glad I did!

The #DevonFoodMovement, it turns out, is a fresh new idea from chef Luke Fearon, having departed his post at the Muddy Award-winning pub The Treby Arms, in Sparkwell *sob*. While he takes some time out from a full-time residency, he’s come up with a plan that suits both him – and us – down to the ground. Quite literally.

The Devon Foodie

Gaby - Editor

When a chef sets himself the challenge of creating a menu composed entirely from within a five mile radius, you can be pretty sure that he’s serious about the provenance of his food. So, as champions of Devon ingredients ourselves we were more than a little intrigued to learn that Chef Luke Fearon (formerly of Treby Arms) was branching out with a brand new venture called The Devon Food Movement.

Dining Devon

Chris - Editor

10 Questions for Chef Luke Fearon of Devon Food Movement

IOW eating out

Matt and Cat - Bloggers

We’re used to our favourite bands going on tour, and comedians have been doing the circuit for years. But what about chefs? Chef/founder of the Devon Food Movement, Luke Fearon, doesn’t have his own kitchen. Instead, he make guest appearances at existing venues, and this week he brought his concept to the Island’s own Kynges Well.

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