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The Good Produce Guide 2012 by Rose Prince
  

The Good Produce Guide 2012

Cookery, Food and Drink   
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There are many ways to get the best out of this splendid guide, kept in the car for visits and holidays, consulted when surfing the web and equally as important - for finding out just how much good food can be found on one’s own doorstep. All the information you need to order or visit is provided, the entries are individually tailored – a real labour of love – and food.

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From Rose Prince:
‘For me, The Good Produce Guide is the antidote to the tedious weekly trawl for food with a trolley - I want to introduce readers to shops that are both remarkable for innovation and tradition, markets that are vibrant and a thousand characters who are passionate about the food they sell. Readers should be able to pick up the guide, wherever they are in the UK, and find a good butcher selling naturally reared, native bred beef, or sustainably caught fish - a pick-your-own or a great farm shop. We are discovering real shopping again at last - this is the guide to make that happen. I want you to love reading it as much as I have enjoyed finding the entries.’

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The Good Produce Guide 2012 by Rose Prince

Take a tour around Great Britain with Rose Prince as she seeks out the best independent food producers and the most delicious fare on the market. Whether you re looking for the tastiest smoked salmon, old-fashioned handmade Scotch eggs, quirky marmalades or the first asparagus of the season, Rose has it covered. From farm shops to food markets, to delis, producers, pick-your-owns and websites, this book highlights the extraordinary people who go the extra mile to make something remarkable to eat. If you are passionate about delicious food, and love shopping for it, The Good Produce Guide 2011 will be an indispensible handbook.

About the Author

Rose Prince

Rose Prince is a food columnist on the Daily Telegraph and for the Telegraph Magazine and contributes to the Daily Mail and the Independent on Sunday. She has been writing campaigning articles about food and farming for over 10 years, travelling all over the world in pursuit of great producers. For her previous column on the Daily Telegraph, Shop Local, she travelled to 70 UK market towns and cities, studying regional food shops and producers.

She is the author of four books, The New English Kitchen (2005), which champions economical ways to cook with better quality ingredients; The Savvy Shopper (2006), an ethical food guide; and The New English Table (2008), an encyclopedia of diverse British ingredients; and Kitchenella, a book of feminine recipes. In 2009 and 2010 she was one of the judges of the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards, and Vogue magazine listed her as one of Britain’s 30 most inspirational women. She lives in London and Dorset with her husband Dominic and two children.

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Publication date

1st November 2011

Author

Rose Prince

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Hardie Grant Books

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9781742701813

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