Podcast Interviews from Looe Food Festival

Here is the last set of Podcast interviews from the Looe Festival of Food and Drink 2012.

Using the podcasts

Please feel free to use, embed, link to and share each individual podcast on your own website, Facebook page or Twitter account.

Alternatively just link to this or the previous blog post so your, friends, visitors and customers can find your interview here.

A link to ilovelooe.co.uk is not required but always very much appreciated 🙂

Website addresses and discount codes

There is some very interesting information in each podcast including website addresses where you can purchase the delicious produce on sale during the food festival. No need to feel left out!

There is also a 10% off code in the ‘Lea from Nature Kitchen’ interview which is valid for the next six months – thank you Lea.

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Subscribing means that you’ll not miss any future podcasts which will come out once a month.

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Leaving a podcast review

Finally, it would be great if you would leave an honest review and rating of the podcast on iTunes as it will help the show immensely.

If you have any hints or tips or would like to be interviewed please email me directly.

The interviewees

This collection of podcasts includes interviews with:

  • Chris from Cornish Country Meats
  • Margaret from Cornish Orchards
  • Ivan from Berrio Mill
  • Dave from Sargies Cornish Kitchen
  • Roger from the Cornish Duck Company
  • Ashley from Nippers Shellfish in Looe
  • Phil from Boddinton’s Berries
  • Lea from Nature Kitchen
  • Nick from the Blue Plate Restaurant in Downderry

Podcasts from Looe Festival of Food and Drink

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So there you have it, 18 interviews with some of the best local food producers, hotels, growers and makers in Looe, Cornwall and Devon. Roll on next month when I shall have the next iLoveLooe podcast ready for you to listen to. Now who shall I contact…

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Cornwall was always one of our dream places to live, so we upped sticks in 2007 and moved to Looe. I now run iLoveLooe.co.uk and various social media locations for Looe on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Say 'Hi' sometime.