Good Food & Drink in Sussex

£8.99

Written by Fizz Carr, with an Introduction by David Dimbleby, illustrated by Joanna Kerr and publilshed by Snake River Press

Not just another book about where to eat posh in Sussex, this is the real deal: an insider’s investigation of the provenance, history and future of food ingredients and production in the county.

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Written by Fizz Carr, with an Introduction by David Dimbleby, illustrated by Joanna Kerr and publilshed by Snake River Press

Not just another book about where to eat posh in Sussex, this is the real deal: an insider’s investigation of the provenance, history and future of food ingredients and production in the county. Seven fat chapters cover meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables, bread and cakes, sweets and chocolate, and wine and beer. Fizz Carr blends a delicious recipe of history, local knowledge and a real understanding of the how and why of food; and she s not afraid to tell it like it is, pointing out that no-one would tackle a Sussex lardy john unless they were planning to go out immediately afterwards and scranlet the bottom acre, like Reuben Starkadder.

ISBN: 978-1-906022-11-2, 187mm x 115mm, 96 pages, 30,000 words, 20 specially commissioned illustrations plus map, hardback, marker ribbon

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Written by Fizz Carr, with an Introduction by David Dimbleby, illustrated by Joanna Kerr and publilshed by Snake River Press

Not just another book about where to eat posh in Sussex, this is the real deal: an insider’s investigation of the provenance, history and future of food ingredients and production in the county. Seven fat chapters cover meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables, bread and cakes, sweets and chocolate, and wine and beer. Fizz Carr blends a delicious recipe of history, local knowledge and a real understanding of the how and why of food; and she s not afraid to tell it like it is, pointing out that no-one would tackle a Sussex lardy john unless they were planning to go out immediately afterwards and scranlet the bottom acre, like Reuben Starkadder.

ISBN: 978-1-906022-11-2, 187mm x 115mm, 96 pages, 30,000 words, 20 specially commissioned illustrations plus map, hardback, marker ribbon