I can highly recommend the chorizo sausage wrap for £3, which is made with a barbecued sausage and tons of salad. This stall is always in Totnes and I've had it before, so I looked for something new. The market was small enough for me to do a loop and see everything before making my paramount selection of scoff. The Cockleshell Deli caught my eye, so I bought a brace of filo pastry pies(£2.50 each). One pork & one goats cheese, both had great flavor and were filled to the brim.
I also picked up a cheeky scotch egg from the Red Earth Kitchen (£1.75), which I'm going to eat later tonight when watching Wonders of the Universe, so I can't comment yet. Although I bet there is a planet that looks like a giant scotch egg and has a magma core made of egg yolk.
The star of the show was some spiced Beef Biltong from Howton Farm (Pictured above), it's basically a type of cured/dried meat similar to jerky. Afterwards I walked down Totnes high street in search of a pub where the biltong accompanied my pint of Admiral's Ale (Officially the best beer in the world) in the Royal Seven Stars. I sat by the roaring fire reading the Sunday papers, chomping & swigging away. Great stuff.