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Britain’s Top Food Spot

To commemorate British Food Fortnight’s 10th Anniversary the public is invited to vote for their top food spot in Britain.

Voting is now open and the winner will be announced at the start of this year’s British Food Fortnight

(17 Sept – 2 Oct 2011).

Voting is between the various English counties, Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland. Come on Britain, get voting! Visit http://www.lovebritishfood.co.uk/votefoodspot/ to cast your vote today!

Home of world-class dairy, beef, pork, lamb and chicken, Northern Ireland has a veritable larder of which it can be proud. For example:

Lough Neagh, the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles, is Europe’s greatest source of eels.

Paul Rankin is Ireland’s most famed celebrity chef. The recipient of the first Michelin star in Northern Ireland, he is the brain behind Rankin Selection, N.Ireland’s first celebrity chef brand.

Notable eateries are Cayenne, Deanes and Nick’s Warehouse restaurants in Belfast, Balloo House in Killinchy and The Lime Tree in Co.Londonderry.

For more information view the website at

http://www.lovebritishfood.co.uk/about-british-food-fortnight/british-food-fortnight-2011/