The county of Oxfordshire has a rich history, from world renowned academic institutions, to stunning architecture and surrounding areas of outstanding natural beauty. Yet one of the lesser-known wonders of this county is the thriving independent food and drink scene. From the cafes, bars, restaurants and delis in the hustle and bustle of Oxford city centre to gastropubs nestled in picturesque towns and villages like Henley-on-Thames and Fyfield, there's a plethora of quality eateries to explore. The Oxfordshire Cook Book showcases some of the finest foodie businesses in the region, sharing stories and recipes from the chefs, restaurateurs, bakers, artisan makers and producers that make up this exciting culinary community. With chapters from Michelinstarred restaurant The Nut Tree Inn to The Oxford Cheese Company, Tutu Delicious and The Crooked Billet; you'll find something to suit everyone's taste. Additional wine-pairing notes for each dish from Eynsham Cellars will ensure this is your definitive guide to making the most out of the region's offerings. It's time to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.