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Hannah Summers

Hannah Summers

Contributing editor

As well as being associate editor of Foodism's sister title Escapism, Hannah runs blog Burgers & Bruce, where she tells the world about her favourite artist, Bruce Springsteen, and the burgers she finds when she follows him around the world on tour. She also loves dogs – the smaller and FLUFFIER, the better. You're more likely to find her munching at a backstreet stall than in a Michelin-starred restaurant – with the Boss on in her headphones, of course.

Hannah Summers's articles

The Foodism Guide to... Ramsgate and Broadstairs, Kent

Fancy scoffing fish and chips in front of a lively autumn sea? Head to Ramsgate and Broadstairs, a pair of seaside Kentish destinations yet to be gatecrashed by hipsters and artists

Nespresso Creatista | Weapons of Choice

Want to make barista-quality coffee at home at the touch of button? We get to grips with Sage's new Nespresso Creatista

Restaurant review: Kricket, Soho

The Pop Brixton favourite gets its first bricks and mortar site in Soho, where we get our chops 'round new and old dishes alike

Palermo below the surface: Sicily's gutsy street-food city

Can deep-fried veal spleen in a bap ever be delicious? We make the case for the unlikely delicacies to be found on the gritty streets of Palermo

Inside Istanbul's bustling street-food markets

Buried deep in the markets of Istanbul is a whole world of food, from weird to wonderful. We discover a thriving culinary scene where relaxation and ritual collide

Gizzi Erskine on food fads, her new book, and the importance of indulgence

Like us, Gizzi Erskine is a sucker for carbs, while championing quality over quantity and hating fads. Just don't get her started on coconut oil

Flavour of the Week: Vinoteca King's Cross

The fifth and largest Vinoteca is a welcome addition to King's Cross

Flavour of the Week: Bad Egg

It's not just about eggs, if that's what you're thinking. Neil Rankin's latest venture draws inspiration from the US to Korea, building a menu that'll have you loosening your belt a few notches.

Flavour of the Week: The Joint

Heading north from their first site in Brixton Market, The Joint brings saucy American barbecue to the slightly swankier streets of Marylebone.