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There was more than Oysters, folks.

A lot more.

wo10Folkstone’s Rocksalt had their own little stall, selling lovely meaty and fishy delights as well as these beautifully golden paprika fries. £1.50 for a generous portion. Crisp and perfectly seasoned.

Veggie delights, and colour everywhere.

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And of course, for the carnivores there was ample selection. From Kangaroo burgers to Wagyu beef, it was a meateaters’ paradise.

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Cumberland sausages, & caramelised onions.

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Or perhaps something a little more impressive?

IMG_0667Like a whole pig, roasting, rotating, sliced and served with stuffing.

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Very English, non?

But there were foodie spots from all over the globe; Turkish baklava & delights, Mexican, Indian curries & bhajis, African cuisine, galettes & crepes.

And paella.

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And was there fish?

Yes. You can bet there was fish. We were in the harbour. It’s the Oyster Festival.

There was seafood aplenty to be had.

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There was, of course, cheese.

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There was Paul Hollywood bread. {He of the Great British Bake Off fame.}

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And an abundance of beautiful, beautiful summer fruits.

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As well as fruit based tipples, in sleek, slender bottles.

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And there was, of course, my favourite ice cream in all the land. Simple Ice cream.

Their heavenly honeycomb lived up to it’s name ❤

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The Whitstable Oyster Festival is running for all this week, the foodie market is on tomorrow, July 28th ❤

Go.

http://www.whitstableoysterfestival.com/

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