SoupI’d heard a gentle buzz in the air about The Food Shack, a food truck located on the edge of the Meadows just at the foot of Marchmont Road, so after a trip to Morningside market I thought I’d give it a go. With a split menu of both meaty and veggie options, this looked …

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StallOn a thoroughly miserable, rain-soaked day in Glasgow we were in need of a quick bite on the go. Deciding that the combination of rain and leaky shoes necessitated a change of socks, which in turn required the acquisitions of such items, regular guest quester Tim suggested we wander up Sauchiehall Street. Having addressed the …

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SignageAs I was wondering where one of my final food reviews of the Festival might be, I bumped into a little pop-up pizza counter, lurking in between the Cowgate show venues. Named Billy Joe’s Pizza, it looked a little strange, a little rough around the edges and a little chaotic, so it fit in perfectly …

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StallWhen I was down in London recently for the Foodie Hub global awards, I heard a tale from New York food oracle Yvo Sin about great dumplings in a little Manhattan hideaway where you get a portion of really tasty little blighters for $1. Now 6 dumplings for £3 isn’t quite in the same league, …

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StallI’d spotted Wild Dining way back at the start of the Festival but hadn’t found an occasion to visit until now. On a sun-kissed Wednesday, I popped along to their George Square stall to give things a try. Based at Stobo Castle, year round, I’d first come across Wild Dining when boss Mary Shields had …

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