The Street Food Cook Book features a compilation of the best street food from the North and York’s own Smokin’ Blues Smokehouse has made the cut.
After having tried the Smokin’ Blues sliders at the Yorkshire Fringe Comedy Festival and Ebor Street Food Fest I can’t say I’m surprised that they’ve been featured.
Also included in the book are the famous Magpie Café fish and chips, burrito bar Street Food chef and Buddha Belly which was the brain child of MasterChef 2012 contestant Sai.
We’re right behind the recent appreciation of great street food as the best is always full of flavour, made with passion and kind to our wallets.
The book serves up recipes from the best of the North – a good mixture of sweet and savoury dishes tweaked so you can enjoy them at home – as well as stories and background on all the vendors.
From Kitsch’n Crepe Co.’s strawberry sundae crepes to The Hog Stop’s roast pork & porchetta sauce, Boston Shaker’s espresso martini, Pizza Loco’s shredded duck with herb-infused honey, balsamic figs & brie pizza and Percy and Lily’s Argentinian choripán – there’s something to whet everybody’s appetite.
The book’s great value at just £10 and can be bought from any of the business featured, local gift shops and book shops including Amazon and Waterstones.
York’s Smokin’ Blues
The Taste of Tennessee comes to Yorkshire!
The Memphis inspired low and slow cooked meat melts in the mouth after hours spent in the specially imported, USA-made smoker. Although the influence for these delicious treats are undoubtedly American all the ingredients used by Morgan and Kate are sourced locally here in Yorkshire.
Featured in The Street Food Cook Book is their recipe for Beef Short Ribs & Sweet Pickled Shallots. Perfect for real meat lovers, this is a flavoursome and hearty version of the Texas BBQ.
Check out their recipe in The Street Food Cook Book!
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