Festive food thoughts anyone?

Festive food thoughts anyone? I was at the Abergavenny Market Hall street market on Thursday – I must admit it was very disappointing on the veggie side. An overwhelming smell of cheap meat and fried onions hit me as I went in. Hardly any choice at all for those not interested in meat. I still find that going to pubs in Abergavenny and local area is a bit hit and miss to find something appealing to eat. So, where do you go for a festive season lunch or dinner? Any recommendations for some interesting food? So far I’ve checked The
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Regency 59 – a great veggie takeaway

Regency 59 – a great veggie takeaway A good choice for veggies in this unassuming place on the opposite side of the road from the Angel. During the day Regency 59 (also part of the King's Head) offers breakfast and then pub lunches, but in the evening they turn their hand to great Indian/Nepalese food. We had a takeaway from there not long ago and the standard was excellent. Apart from great choice for veggies – they offer four starters and three mains – there are the fair;y standard vegetable side dishes. Everything tastes spicy but not so it knocks
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Want to eat much less meat? Take the top vegan tips from the world’s tastiest cuisines

Want to eat much less meat? Take the top vegan tips from the world’s tastiest cuisines THANKS TO THE GUARDIAN FOR THIS ARTICLE While veganism is growing rapidly in the west, other parts of the world have had meat-free cuisines for centuries. For a rich and varied plant-based diet, talk to the Chinese, Indians, Ethiopians... Read the article here. Here's an excerpt - good article! "Like most revolutions, the current surge in meat-free eating takes much of its energy from its newness. This is a hip and sexy break with the past, a movement with Silicon Valley solutions to the
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Message from Carol and George

Message from Carol and George Help us with our Abergaveggie campaign for better options than the 'vegetarian option'! We love food and that can be difficult if you’re a bit fussy and veggie or vegan in South Wales. We often find that there’s more choice with Thai, Indian and Italian restaurants or even better Middle Eastern ones if you can find them. Pubs seem to major on meat very much as the focus of a meal. Roasts and carveries still seem very popular although we have visited a few pubs which will provide a nut roast or Glamorgan sausages as
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