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About Kavey Eats
Established in 2009, Kavey Eats is a detail-rich food and travel blog with a strong focus on enjoying life. On the travel side, I love to write about culture, cuisine and history as well as what to see, what to do, and where to stay. Written from a personal, first-person perspective, my aim is to showcase, inform and inspire my readers through high quality photography and comprehensive writing. When it comes to food, I share recipes, restaurant reviews, cookbooks and cooking classes.
Born in London, England into a travel-loving family, exploring the world has always been a big part of my life. As I child I thrilled at the sight of the Acropolis, Machu Picchu and the Taj Mahal and loved the accompanying immersion in local culture and cuisine.
For the last 25 years I’ve been travelling with husband Pete here in the UK and around the rest of the world – some of our trips include Argentina, Botswana, Canada, Croatia, Ecuador, Estonia, The Falkland Islands, France, Iceland, India, Japan, Lebanon, Morocco, Namibia, Peru, Taiwan, the USA and two magical journeys to Antarctica!
In my day job I’m a freelance Business Analyst with a reputation for insightful analysis, attention to detail and clarity of deliverables.
Although the majority of my content is written for my own blog, I’ve also I’ve written about food and travel professionally, contributing over 40 food and travel articles to a luxury food and travel print magazine as well as content for the websites of partner brands.
Pete also blogs at Pete Drinks.
After taking up pottery in the spring of 2016, Pete helped to me to launch a small online pottery shop that autumn. Not long after, he got involved too, and we are both enjoying the learning and creative process of making our own ceramics.
I am also a founder and administrator for Mamta’s Kitchen, a family cookbook on the web, where my mum shares hundreds of her own recipes plus many more from family, friends and readers. We created the site back in 2001 and many millions of people have visited in the years since.
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Please leave a comment - I love hearing from you!12 Comments to "About"
Hi there – do you like Thai food? Love you to try us out and write us up!
Please use my Contacts page to send me an email if you would like to discuss this.
Hi brilliant blog – as a fellow foodie fanatic (that makes me sound a little odd and really I’m not) I was intrigued that some of your picture tags had favelle in them is that your surname? Keep up such a good blog, love the pics, reviews and recipes too, can’t seem to get the RSS link to work do you also do a newsletter I could subscribe to? Have found your FB page too many thanks
Dear Stephanie, yes indeed, Favelle is my surname, from my husband’s family. Not many Favelles around, I’ve discovered. Really glad you like the blog. I’m working on offering a newsletter format soon. Thank you!
Kavey, I’d like to meet up! I’m filming for our new broadcast channels and would like to interview you.
I’ll send my contact information as I’m in London now!
Please get in touch via email. I’m at [email protected]
Hi Kavey,,,had no idea you were a blogging writer,,,I.m just a writer of historical novels. researching all over the world. Stuart Tower…just “tower” on Fodors.,
Hi Stuart, yes I do share my blog links on the Fodors forum now and then, when I’ve written up one of my Japan experiences here. Hello!
Some great articles! Really enjoying the website. I must say though the web design is bad – looks very 90s-esque!
It’s from the noughties so yeah a bit outdated no question!
Found your blog in april 2020 when i was looking for a recipe for mango and lime jam. The result was excellent!
This year i got already 2 months earlier a small crate of wonderful ripe kensington pride mangoes (from queensland). Our lime tree has currently almost no ripe fruit, and so i am really grateful that i got an inspiration how to still give the jam a nice tang without having to use more than 1 non-organic store-bought lime additionally. (I thanked the person who inspired me today through their reply on your blog).
I love this kind of exchange!
So, love from australia, and all the best for you and your loved ones!
E. T. 🙏❤😇
That’s so lovely to hear, thank you for taking the time E.T. and hope to give you more inspiration for other delicious treats too!