"Follow the old Mule as he continues his journey into hidden corners of Sussex and Upper Normandy. Land and sky turned upside down at the shrine to Indian soldiers. Saucepans bubbling in a château kitchen to the sound of hungry geese. Scale the headlands of each coastline and smell the verdant pasture, bicycle wheels spinning in the sun. Unearth pearls in scallop shells and lobster at Selsey harbour, apples from Seddlescombe and cider from St Saire. Enjoy a sole on Pourville beach where Monet sketched the cliff tops, crank the winch on Hastings Stade and haul the catch home. Raise a glass of Breaky Bottom to life beyond the supermarket. Real food, slow food, a little local treat."
A Mule Across the Water: Real Food In Sussex and Normandy samples the fare of 70 artisan producers, and offers 30 appetising recipes based on local food & drink. Several recipes are written by people rooted in the locality, from a lobster fisherman to a Michelin star chef. The description of both regions is supplemented by 60 black & white photographs shot on traditional film.
'This is the third in the "Mule" series, and thoroughly enjoyable. Rob Silverstone has a real writing talent combined with the ability to see the funny side of almost any situation. It will especially appeal to anyone interested in food and who might like a little guidance to find those out-of-the-way specialty shops and restaurants along the Channel.'
Editor, Franceonyourown website
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