The Kenwood Food Lovers Bucket List has been compiled for Kenwood, the UK’s leading kitchen appliance brand, by a panel of six esteemed culinary experts including TV chef Simon Rimmer, writer and editor of Waitrose Kitchen magazine William Sitwell and restaurant critic Giles Coren. It covers the essential food experiences that Brits should have in a lifetime; including ingredients to try, recipes to make at home, UK restaurants to visit and culinary adventures around the world.
With the humble ‘fish and chip take away’ featuring in the top 50 food experiences, The Watch House – situated on the Roseland Peninsula – has been named one of the three best places to try this Great British foodie tradition.
Owner and head Chef at The Watch House, Will Gould, told Roseland Online, “It’s fantastic to receive recognition – we’re very proud of our locally caught and freshly prepared fish and chips. And what could be better than take away fish and chips, with plenty of salt and vinegar, eaten by the beautiful Cornish coast.”
Simon Rimmer explains, “We’ve pulled together what we believe to be the ultimate, unmissable gastronomic experiences for food-loving Brits. From the simple pleasures of fish and chips eaten by the seaside, to soaking up the spice markets of Marrakech, there’s something on there for everyone. We hope it inspires foodies to get out and try new things, or even create their own Food Bucket Lists to munch their way through.”
Mark Swift, Director of Marketing for Kenwood, says: “It’s amazing to see what an effect food has on our lives. It’s such a fundamental part of British culture. We’ve pulled together the Food Lovers Bucket List to help people experience the very best that food has to offer both here and abroad, and The Watch House in St Mawes has a very well deserved mention on the list.”
The Kenwood Food Lovers Bucket List can be viewed in full at www.kenwoodworld.com/uk