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recommended food links



KERB   Ever since I joined Twitter I've been coming across this organisation and their street traders. KERB's aim is "Making Cities Taste Better". They organise markets and workshops and all sorts of other stuff based around street food and they champion the cause of the mobile food kitchen. Having been in the mobile catering trade myself in the past, I am following their progress with special interest.
 
Food Stories   London-based food blogger, Helen Graves, tells of her travels around the eating places of the capital. Her no-nonsense restaurant reviews, yummy recipes and relaxed writing style work for me.
 
Melton Mowbray Pork Pie Association   the makers of Melton Mowbray pork pies get together to tell you all about their product
 
British Cheese Board   everything you need to know about contemporary British cheeses
 

Stilton Cheesemakers' Association   all about Stilton cheese - what it is, how it is made and who makes it
 

Love Pork   British bacon, British sausages and general piggy stuff
 




reference books

I used many sources to make sure I got my facts straight while writing these pages but I went back time and time again to the following three books which I thoroughly recommend.



Traditional Foods of Britain
Laura Mason & Catherine Brown
  a regional inventory of over 400 British foodstuffs which have been produced in one region or town for more than three generations
 
The Great British Cheese Book
Patrick Rance
  cheese connoisseur Patrick Rance's definitive guide to the regional cheeses of Britain - an essential book for anyone remotely interest in traditionally made food.
 
British Food
Colin Spencer
  1000 years of British food history eloquently and comprehensively written by food historian Colin Spencer



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