A TASTE OF LANCASHIRE IF YOU WERE TO TAKE A BITE OUT OF LANCASHIRE, HOW WOULD IT TASTE?
From Michelin starred Northcote to cosy inns and traditional pubs with roaring ﬁres, or independent coﬀee shops serving gastro-sandwiches, Lancashire has it all. For more information go to visitlancashire.com
Lancashire is blessed not only with a diverse landscape but also a vast amount of scrumptiously delicious food and drink. Take your pick of Lancashire grown vegetables, fruit and salad; locally reared meats and freshly caught ﬁsh and seafood. Some might call us greedy but we can’t resist Lancashire’s natural bounty, and neither can our restaurants, pubs and inns.
SALT MARSH LAMB
Would it be the creamy cheese from the Lancashire milk ﬁelds around Garstang and Chipping, potatoes from the peat soil of West Lancashire or moorland reared lamb from the Forest of Bowland? Or what about shrimps heaped on buttered toast from the stunningly beautiful Morecambe Bay, or melt-in-the-mouth Lancashire hotpot? It’s certainly a tough call.
FOOD AND DRINK
Published on Jan 13, 2017
Featuring the very best places to stay, visit, experience and dine, the annual visitor magazine showcases the very best of Lancashire.