The North Yorkshire Cook Book is your definitive guide to the finest foodie hotspots in the region, sharing stories and recipes from the people behind this exciting culinary community.
With chapters from York’s Chocolate Story, The Pheasant Hotel and Slingsby Gin; there’s something to suit everyone’s palate.
Come take a look through White-Rose-tinted glasses at North Yorkshire’s flourishing independent food and drink scene.
Join us on a gastronomic journey of the region’s tastiest offerings, from famous chocolate factories in York to top-notch fish and chips in Whitby, all the way to in-land delights from the likes of The Pheasant Hotel in Helmsley, Le Caveau in Skipton and Baltzersens and Norse in Harrogate.
With stories and anecdotes from each place, along with unique recipes from the county’s leading chefs, try your hand at everything from slow-cooked Yorkshire rabbit in cider to wild halibut, prawn and artichoke salad, or even a panna cotta, granola and strawberry soup.
As for the drink scene; we all know that nothing washes down a Fat Rascal quite like a proper Yorkshire brew. However the folks at both Masons and Slingsby Gin are putting North Yorkshire spirits on the map (flick through to find out how to make the perfect G&T) while The Black Sheep Brewery is waving the flag for real ale, offering their steak and Riggwelter pie recipe.
Whether you use this book to discover your new favourite eatery or to enrich your own culinary skills, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in!