“A cookbook celebrating the fabulous food of Kent”

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A Slice of Kent

For many years I have wanted to publish a book showcasing Kent produce from some of the best chefs and cooks in Kent. I am a Kentish man and spent many years as the Sommelier at Reads Restaurant in Faversham, and was part of the team when it was awarded a Michelin Star. Whilst there I fondly remember afternoons collecting local asparagus or wandering around the substantial kitchen garden seeing what was coming into season. It was hard work, but we were connected to the food.

I feel that now is the time for this book, a time to share what is so special about Kent and it’s finest producers. I hope you feel the same.

David Pearce

What Will the Book Contain?

This is a celebration of the food of Kent and designed for you – the foodie who wants to use more local ingredients in their meals. It is a passion project which we hope will be an annual publication. But we need your help – become part of our foodie community by pre-ordering the book and liking our Facebook page and joining our Facebook group to join in the conversation.

The 124 page book will contain over 70 recipes from some of the most renowned chefs, cooks and producers in Kent. Included are Fordwich Arms, Thackerays, Wife of Bath, Compasses Inn, Corner House, Victuals, Three Mariners, Goods Shed, Copper Rivet, Rocksalt, Wyatt and Jones, Poet at Matfield, Small Holding and lots more!

Pre-Order

To save searching for the book in farm shops, delis and restaurants (hopefully they will sell out fast!) why not pre-order and get it the very next day after publication? I can also sign it for you upon request and post and packing will be free of charge.

The book would 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.

You can pre-order the book below for just £14.95 inc P&P and guarantee a 1st edition copy.

 

 






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