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Good Taste Lincolnshire Autumn 2017
Without doubt we look to serve more substantial and satisfying dishes which make the most of autumn’s harvest. We have some tempting recipes from the people who know Lincolnshire produce best. Sadie Hurst shares a tasty dish which dates from the 16th century, while Mike Holman of Ferry Ales has a very English twist for a Croque Monsieur. Rachel Green has an economical aand substantial brunch dish, ideal for the whole family.
Read on and we have some crafty ideas for gifts you can make at home for family and friends this Christmas. My favourite is Rachel Green’s Pickled Grapes, so versatile to use in salads or with cheese and a gift you can cook up with the children to give with love.
Our feature writers have been finding more exciting stories about some of the unique produce being made in Lincolnshire and the hard working people behind these businesses.
Mike Webster went to meet the couple behind a new name which has already hit the national headlines; Pin Gin.
Kate Chapman has been talking to Terry Smith of Smith’s Smokery. He is following a family tradition of fishing on the East Coast where conditions can be harsh.
Finally, Good Taste Lincolnshire and the Select Lincolnshire teams will be ready to help you get into the festive spirit at the Lincolnshire Food & Gift Fair at Lincolnshire Showground. This is always the event which kicks off Christmas for us so do come along to meet exhibitors bursting with inspiration for your celebrations.