heading to Sussex and eating seafood eyeing up the salt marsh lambs

I am just home after a gorgeous weekend by the sea. For the first time ever I went to Pett, we stayed in a very quirky cottage, tiny tiny and lots of fun, not to mention the garden, full of warm sunshine and perfect for late brunch

Pett is very close to Rye, famous for its fresh seafood, we did indulge in spats, mussels, crayfish, seabass and dover sole, all cooked to perfection.

But no matter how nice the seafood was, the salt marshes were full of fluffy white spring lambs and I did buy some salt marsh lamb, some went in to a stew but just to taste we had a fillet, lightly salted and peppered and then pan-fried and eaten straight from the pan to get all the juices   and full taste – it was sensational.


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