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Sep 26 2011
After a little over a week in northern England, I came back with a full belly and a great appreciation for food made in the British countryside. If you ever want a relaxed vacation, in a place filled with locally grown treats, please let me know. I’ll connect you with our friends, who own a lovely B and B in the town of Terrington, about 25 miles north of York. I’m too bogged down with catching up today to do more than post a few highlights . .. of course, my highlights involve food!
Here’s a quick photo summary of the trip …
And one more for today …..
I was so impressed with the quality of the food in the markets and in the restaurants and pubs. I came home with a determination to eat better, eat local and take more time to carefully prepare our meals.
A food adventure might be sleuthing out the juiciest June strawberries at a farm market, learning about gone but not forgotten area food treasures, working with a chef during a hands on cooking class or touring Pennsylvania’s artisan cheesemaker’s farms (and meeting a few cows along the way) . . or any of a zillion other fun ways to explore foodie things within a day's drive of Pittsburgh.