2014 Food & Drink Awards

PUBLISHED: 07:52 23 October 2014 | UPDATED: 07:52 23 October 2014

Little Stour Orchard

Little Stour Orchard

Manu Palomeque

Meet the finalists in the Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards, Part 2

Butcher of the Year

Sponsored by: Bybrook Barn Garden Centre

Rob Grice

[BOXOUT]

Food & Drink Hero of the Year

Sponsored by: Faversham Enterprises

Caption: last year’s winner was school meals’ champion Stephanie Hayman

It doesn’t matter who they are or what they do, but this hero or heroine will be a champion of the best of the Kent food and drink scene, contribute to the community and enthuse people with their passion for local produce.

The winner of this very special award will be announced during the awards ceremony on 13 November at Tudor Park Hotel, Bearsted.

NEXT MONTH

The winners of the Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards 2014 will be revealed in a picture special from the glittering awards night at Tudor Park. See also page xx for a glimpse of the fabulous dishes that Tudor Park’s talented chef, Tom Biddle, delighted the 200 guest and finalists at the gala dinner.

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