Rolling Stone claims Peachey’s Baking Co. donuts puts Krispy Kreme to shame and I completely agree. Owners, Sadie and Nate Peachey, are truly masters at the art of making donuts and pretzels. The dough is so soft and tasty. It just melts in your mouth.
They started off as a food truck in Sarasota, Florida and now travel around to festivals around the country.
Carlos Eats team member, James Thach, went out to meet with the owners and shoot some content that will make you hungry.
Here’s what I’ve been reading about lately on Tampa Bay blogs:
Dena Loves Food is loving Banh Mi Saigon Cafe in St. Petersburg. I love banh mi! Check out her post for more.
Tampa Bay Bitesreviews the new St. Petersburg Taco Bus. Taco Bus has had the buzz all week, opening their new location on Valentines Day. I plan to visit during my next visit to St. Petersburg and see how the St. Pete bus fares against the Tampa bus. Love the fact that authentic Mexican cuisine is spreading around the area. Once Tampa Bay was exposed, everyone was instantly hooked.
Inkwatuvisited the Queen of Sheba, an Ethiopian restaurant in Tampa. This restaurant has been on my list for some time, I don’t think I have ever really tasted African food. Queen of Sheba is quite popular online and according to Inkwatu, I have to stop delaying this visit and make my trip there.
Tampa Bay Food Monstervisited the Florida State Fair recently. I did as well (look for my post soon!). He tries fried pickles and oreos, something I am just not adventurous enough to do. He also had fried butter, red velvet funnel cake, and a Krispy Kreme donut burger. I commend him on his adventurous spirit and willingness to sacrifice a few years of his life for a food adventure.