Hannah Summers

Hannah Summers


As well as being contributing editor to 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... Faversham

Food and drink fans will find rich pickings in Faversham on North Kent's pretty coast. Here are the destinations to put on your Kentish check-list

Exploring the colourful street food scene of Port Louis, Mauritius

The food in Mauritius isn't just delicious, it tells the fascinating story of an island influenced by many different cultures over hundreds of years

Dairy tales: the story behind the making of French cheese Comté

On a trip to Jura, France, we discover that Comté, the mild, nutty hard cheese, is the result of hard graft, longstanding tradition, and some magnificent cows

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 Breville'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 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.