Butchers, Bakers, Curry Goat Makers: Belly Full review

Written by on November 4, 2017 in Books, Brixton People, Food - No comments

One of our favourite reads over the summer and autumn has been Riaz Phillips’ Belly Full, a colourful, stylish exploration of UK Caribbean food culture and the people behind our most popular Caribbean eateries. – including, of course, a number of Brixton’s shacks, cafés and restaurants.

Funded by a Kickstarter campaign and published by independent publisher Tezeta Press, Phillips has toured the UK meeting chefs, butchers, grocers and bakers to bring you their stories.

The book comes with lovely photography and some classic recipes via the accompanying “Likkle Cookbook” supplement. A tasty read.

Available from tezetapress.com/shop and from Fish, Wings & Tings in Brixton Village

About the Author

Nick Buglione is the worst kind of foodie in that his gastro ambitions are frustratingly rarely matched by his culinary skills. Eating out he is as happy with a dirty burger, comforting cafe fry up or a Michelin-starred menu. Nick will be bringing even more recipes, reviews, news and cheffy interviews from the pop-ups, restaurants, street stalls and cafes of Brixton as well as bar and pub reviews and the occasional cocktail. He’d love people to get involved, can be contacted at nick@brixtonblog.com and please send all and any general foodie news to food@brixtonblog.com.

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