Since I began writing The Rare Welsh Bit in 2010, my blog has featured in different media outlets and publications.

Throughout the years, I’m also very grateful to have been invited to speak about Welsh food and travel on BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Made in Cardiff TV and Radio Cardiff.



I was delighted to be invited to contribute to a Welsh food and drink supplement published in National Geographic Traveller UK, sharing my expertise on traditional Welsh foods, Welsh Laverbread; bara brith; and Welsh cakes.

National Geographic Traveller UK's November 2023 supplement on Welsh food and drink. Next to it, there is a hand holding a cup of tea, and a sauce containing two Welsh cakes.


After judging the Welsh Street Food Awards in Cardiff for the second consecutive year, I was mentioned in several local news articles published by South Wales Echo, WalesOnline, It’s On Cardiff, Wales247, and Business News Wales.

Judging the Welsh Street Food Awards 2023 in Tiger Yard, Cardiff Bay



After working with Discover Carmarthenshire to curate a new food tourism trail to encourage visitors to seek out authentic local food and drink produce in Carmarthenshire, my blog was mentioned by the Tenby Observer and Wales 247.

An excerpt from the Western Larder Trail which Kacie curated for Discover Carmarthenshire


I was honoured to be invited to judge the Welsh Street Food Awards – part of the wider British Street Food Awards – along with Sam and Shauna of Hangfire BBQ. Afterwards, WalesOnline mentioned me in an article about the popular Welsh street food event.

Screenshot of WalesOnline write-up on the Welsh Street Food Awards 2022
Credit: WalesOnline


My popular Welsh rarebit recipe featured on Cardiff University’s website and in a printed recipe booklet distributed among current university students. View the online feature here.

Welsh rarebit on a plate
Credit: Cardiff University



My slow cooker pumpkin soup featured in a Metro article entitled, ‘Five warming winter soup recipes for when you’re feeling under the weather’.

Pumpkin coconut and chilli soup served in a bowl on a chopping board, scattered with pumpkin seeds and surrounded by a tea towel, two large pumpkins and a smaller munchkin pumpkin


I was interviewed on BBC Cymru Wales’ X-Ray, regarding the rise in at-home takeaway food businesses set up by individuals in Wales throughout the pandemic.

Watch a clip from the interview here:


BBC News interviewed me and referenced me in this article about the blogger reaction to the launch of a website that collated various online recipes.

BBC News article mentioning UK food and travel blogger, Kacie Morgan
Credit: BBC News


I appeared on BBC One’s Rip Off Britain (Series 9, Episode 10: Holiday) in my role as a Welsh food and travel blogger, interviewing local hospitality businesses about their response to the pandemic and lockdown restrictions.

A screenshot of the BBC One Rip Off Britain series 9, episode 10 TV programme preview (which UK food and travel blogger, Kacie Morgan appeared on)
Credit: BBC

In the same month, a recipe I was commissioned to develop for Porc Blasus (Welsh pork) was published in both the Western Mail and South Wales Echo.

Newspaper clipping of Welsh food and travel blogger, Kacie Morgan's published Porc Blasus recipe in Western Mail
Credit: Western Mail



The Rare Welsh Bit was featured in the travel section of Blogosphere Magazine. The magazine shared my review of BB’s Crabback restaurant in St. George’s, Grenada (with permission).

The Rare Welsh Bit features in Blogosphere Magazine's travel section


In 2019, I was commissioned to write a blog post for This Is Wrexham about the Wrexham food and drink scene. In February 2020, Love Wrexham Magazine shared an extract from the article in the print and online version of their February 2020 issue, with further excerpts to follow in the March and April issues.

Food and drink feature in Love Wrexham Magazine



Ending 2019 on a high, I was commissioned to write a feature on the quirkiest places to eat along the Welsh-English borderlands for the national Welsh tourism board, Visit Wales.

Interesting places to eat along the Welsh-English borderlands (screenshot of the article)


Following the news that solo dining is becoming more popular, I was invited to share my views on eating alone on BBC Radio Wales’ Good Morning Wales with Rachael Garside and Oliver Hides.


This month, I was honoured to be interviewed for Cardiff Life Magazine’s regular Cardiff Lives feature. Find me on p.74 of the Spring 2019 issue (no. 201).

UK Food and Travel blogger, Kacie Morgan is interviewed for Cardiff Life Magazine's Cardiff Lives feature.


Starting the month on a high, I was commissioned to develop a Welsh recipe for Co-Op Food Mag, just in time for St. David’s Day. I kept it simple with my Welsh rarebit and leeks recipe – find it on p.49 of the March 2019 issue.

In March, I also appeared on Radio Cardiff to mark International Women’s Day; the first guest to be selected to feature in Wyburn and Wayne’s Blogger of the Month series. Hear the full interview here.

UK food and travel blogger, Kacie Morgan appears on the Wyburn and Wayne show on Radio Cardiff for International Women's Day, as part of their Blogger of the Month feature.


The Rare Welsh Bit was featured by one of the world’s biggest online food communities, Food 52. I represented Wales in a feature about the best British souvenirs.

A visual map of the best British souvenirs
Credit: Jordan Kay Phillip, Food 52

In February, I also contributed to Cardiff Life Magazine’s recent feature on the best places to eat in Cardiff, along with several other highly acclaimed local food bloggers.



I featured in Cardiff University alumni magazine, Cardiff Connect’s article about the alumni students at the forefront of transforming Cardiff’s food and drink scene.


Blogosphere Magazine named me as one of their favourite UK food bloggers, featuring an excerpt from the popular Belfast Food Guide I’d written earlier during the year.

UK food and travel blog, The Rare Welsh Bit is featured in Blogosphere Magazine
Credit: Jamie Edwards, Explore With Ed


After quitting my full-time job in marketing to go freelance in August 2017, the Mail on Sunday selected me as a case study for their feature on the pros and cons of freelancing. The article also appeared in the newspaper.

Mail on Sunday Guide to the Pros and Cons of Freelancing featuring UK food and travel blogger, Kacie Morgan



Sainsbury’s Magazine asked me to contribute to their ‘Cheap Eats’ blogger feature by recommending my favourite budget restaurant in Cardiff.

Cheap eats feature in Sainsbury's Magazine (Food writing)



Sainsbury’s Magazine commissioned me to write about Welsh food and drink for a UK regional food feature.

Welsh food feature in Sainsbury's Magazine featuring Welsh food and travel blogger, Kacie Morgan



WalesOnline named The Rare Welsh Bit as one of the 11 ‘tastiest’ Welsh food bloggers.

Fancy a chat about how we might be able to work together to promote your food or travel brand? Keen to commission me for freelance writing and/or photography? Get in touch.