SLICE OF KENT
This book is a celebration of the food being cooked and produced in Kent today. With its abundance of incredible produce and talented chefs it has become a genuine destination for foodies which inspired us to create this wonderful book.
It is designed for you – the foodie who wants to learn more about the food in Jersey, the tourist who wants to know where to eat, and locals who wish to use more local ingredients in their meals.
In addition to the recipes are articles and interviews with some of the finest producers in Kent, giving you deeper a knowledge and insight into the fast growing food scene here.
With its beautiful design and photography, it also makes an ideal gift for the person who has everything or is a real foodie. It will certainly be a great addition to anyones cookbook collection.
At just £20 inc P&P it is not only affordable but represents great value for money. You can oder via the link below.
Only the Best
Who is sharing their secrets?
Fordwich Arms – Compasses Inn – Thackeray’s – Small Holding – Angelas of Margate – Buoy and Oyster – Corner House – Fish on the Green – Folkestone Wine Co – Goods Shed – Poet at Matfield – Rocksalt – Swan at West Malling – The 26 – Three Mariners – Verdigris – Victuals – Wife of Bath – Wyatt and Jones – Buenos Aires Nights
Pumpkin pie is one of my childhood memories of one of my first holidays to America, so I’m creating a bit of nostalgia.
This recipe is based on the chocolate marquise served at Le Taillevant restaurant in Paris, a temple of old-school gastronomy. Admittedly not very Kentish so far. However, what makes this dessert is the wonderful, unctuous unpasterised cream made on Ottinge Farm, conveniently just down the road from us in Folkestone
Roasted Quail Ballontine
Game birds are in abundance around October and quail has remained my favourite. It’s a delicious bird with some wonderful characteristics; it is juicy with a wide flavour profile and not too gamey.
Scallops with Pork Belly
Scallops are widely available all year round but are at their best in the Winter months between October and March. They are a favourite on any menu and cooked and seasoned correctly are unrivalled in flavour and appetising appearance.
Gypsy tart is a classic Kentish dessert which is now to be found nationwide. Approximately 100 years ago it was originally made by a Kent lady with very limited ingredients, who needed to feed undernourished gypsy kids playing outside her house
What People are Saying
A fab way to show off the wonderful restaurants we have here in Kent, well a fair few of them at least. Really look forward to making these recipes & to visiting the restaurants we haven’t made it to yet! Also a fab talking point with visitors as we are very popular with family & friends particularly in the summer….
This book has great photography and inspiring recipes. Kent has such a wide variety of restaurants (some being the best in the country) so it’s nice to have a book that highlights this. Highly recommended even if you don’t know Kent.
I recently got this book after it being recommended to me.
What a lovely book it is too. There are many excellent recipes from a number of well known Kent restaurants and food suppliers. Plenty to try to re-create and plenty of restaurants to try too.
Absolutely delightful recipe book, but so much more lovely to see photos of chefs, gorgeous photography and recipes stunning. Not just for people in Kent I can assure you
Order nowYou may buy Slice of Kent for just £15 (£20rrp) and it will posted via first class post.
The book would also be a fine present for any foodie friends you have. If you often find yourself struggling to find them a personal gift they that you know they will love, this book will be perfect
You can order the book via the PayPal link to the right for just £15 inc P&P