Sue’s adopted home of Kent is the focus of this week’s show, with two great guests who share her passion for the south east county.
First up is Amanda Cottrell who, alongside many other prestigious titles, is patron of both Visit Kent and Produced in Kent. After 40 years living in the Garden of England, she’s highly knowledgeable about the country’s produce and a true champion of local producers.
Sue decides to test her guests and co-presenters on Kent delicacies – who knows what Kentish rarebit or Canterbury tart is? – before Amanda shares her bounty of incredible cheeses from around the county. Oh, and just wait for her story about driving sheep across London Bridge…
Next we hear from Lee Desai from Dr Legumes, a Folkestone restaurant dedicated to plant-based food. Not only is the eatery part of the amazing foodie renaissance that’s taken the seaside town by storm, Lee also believes that food and education can bring communities together. Well, maybe we’ll go and check out his nettle pesto and pea ballotine, just to be sure!
Listen in to find out whether Suffolk-and-proud Holly has been sold on Kent by the end of the show.
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