Mill Race features in Sawday's newest title, Eat Slow Britain

The Mill Race in Walford, Ross-on-Wye has been chosen to appear in Alastair Sawday’s brand new guide, Eat Slow Britain as a champion of local and seasonal produce.

The Mill Race is dedicated to using local food and has its own 1000 acre farm and estate which supplies the pub with game, beef, vegetables, fruits and firewood! Having received the Local, Season and Organic Produce Award in Alastair Sawday’s Pubs and Inn Guide 2010, the Mill Race was chosen as one of the 43 establishments to appear in their latest title, Eat Slow Britain.

“We were delighted to be chosen to appear in this guide alongside other like minded pubs and restaurants who recognise the importance of using local, seasonal food. We are lucky to have so many fabulous producers on our doorstep and our chefs have a passion for sourcing and using the best local produce available,” says Luke Freeman, the Owner.

Eat Slow Britain, the latest title in Sawday’s Slow series, recommends and celebrates some wonderful pubs, restaurants and organic producers. The restaurants are chosen for their owners' commitment to supporting local suppliers, sourcing food grown without chemicals and to creating a convivial space for diners to enjoy it. The Soil Association approved producers are some of Britain’s best and are all passionate about the importance of producing delicious food without harm to animals, land, humans or the environment.

Discover menus lovingly composed from local larders, the freshest ingredients worked up into something magical by some of the most gifted and creative chefs in Britain.

The guide is chock-full of information and listings to satisfy any foodie:

· 45 restaurants and 43 organic producers

· Essay from Eric Schlosser and information on the Slow Food movement

· Listings of the best food websites and blogs

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