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With its origins as a medieval fishing village, it’s not surprising, perhaps, that eating out in Hastings and St Leonards emphasises fish, locally caught, and, of course, meat. But what if you’re vegetarian or vegan or someone who wants to eat meat-free? What are your options?

Posted 17:43 Sunday, Oct 2, 2011 In: Food & Drink

Posted 15:35 Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011 In: Food & Drink

Posted 20:15 Friday, Aug 12, 2011 In: Food & Drink

Pick of the crop

The latest offering mined from Hastings’ rich seam of culinary knowledge is Hastings Harvest, a seasonal cookbook. For each month a local person – food producer, retailer, baker – provides several recipes appropriate to that time of year.

Posted 23:51 Wednesday, Jul 27, 2011 In: Food & Drink

At last we can sample the delights of cobnut oil. This is not only a new product but made locally – the cobnuts come from Kent and the initiative has been led by Catherine Robinson of St Leonards. Kentish Cobnut Oil is thought to represent the first indigenous production of any kind of nut oil in this country for several hundred years. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 15:12 Wednesday, Jul 20, 2011 In: Food & Drink


Posted 15:59 Friday, Dec 4, 2009 In: Food & Drink Tags: food

Living in a seaside town, fish and seafood should rank

Posted 15:58 In: Food & Drink Tags: food
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