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What started as a hobby for entrepreneur Richard Balfour-Lynn quickly became an expanding family based wine and cider business

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May 2017

Will Edge on leaving a safe desk job for a full-time career in brewing and distilling. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque

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May 2017

Kent is perhaps the oldest county in England so it isn’t surprising that there are a plethora of history-drenched pubs with intriguing, charming and sometimes violent histories. We pick 9 of our favourites dating way back from the 12th to the 16th century

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New owners have transformed The Dog at Wingham, with a fresh decor, staunchly seasonal menu and the warmest of family welcomes

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May 2017

When in Kent, the ‘Garden of England’, it’s only natural to expect the freshest, home-grown ingredients sourced from local producers. With that in mind, here’s a list of our favourite quality restaurants to be found in Kent from Michelin star to gourmet pub

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We are delighted to announce our fifth Food and Drink Awards and encourage readers to nominate their local favourites now!

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The chef-patron of award-winning restaurant Chapter One whips up a special weekend brunch treat. Words by: Andy McLeish. Picture by: Ming-Tang Evans

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April 2017

A plethora of crystals and crushed velvet greeted Kent Life on an overnight stay at The Who’d a Thought It? inn just outside Maidstone. Pictures by Manu Palomeque

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April 2017

We are delighted to announce the fifth Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food and Drink Awards. Get nominating your local favourites now!

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From gin-inspired affairs to chocolate-themed events, there is something to suit even the most discerning customer searching for an afternoon tea to remember

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Recipe: baked rhubarb and custard

Monday, February 20, 2017

The chef-patron of award-winning restaurant Chapter One suggests you treat your Mum to a home-cooked pudding on Mothering Sunday. Words by: Andy McLeish. Picture by: Ming-Tang Evans

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March 2017

The chef-patron of award winning restaurant Chapter One delivers a succulent trifle to ease you through the frost of February

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February 2017

We have selected 5 delicious vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Kent. Check out the essential vegetarian’s guide to eating out in Kent

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Andy McLeish shares his recipe for crispy pork belly with root vegetables

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January 2017

From high street to online butchers, if you are looking for the perfect Christmas turkey, we have lots of shops that source locally or hand rear their meat. We pick 10 of the best butchers in Kent

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Kim Reason of Anno Distillers on science, alchemy, experimentation – and an awful lot of patience

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January 2017

Whether you prefer cool coffee bars, vintage tea rooms or European bistros, there are lots of great cafés in Kent to get your caffeine fix

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Rosemary Shrager Cookery School in Tunbridge Wells shows readers how they can make a fabulous festive feast at home

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December 2016

Rosemary Shrager Cookery School in Tunbridge Wells shows readers how they can make a fabulous festive feast at home

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December 2016

During December, a festive afternoon tea is a welcome relief from the hustle and bustle of Christmas shopping so we picked 9 spots that offer a seasonal afternoon tea in Kent

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