Thanet (pronounced by the locals as Fannit), home of Allatsea and other gawjiss clebrity maritime peeps, is famous in agricultural circles (honest your honour, I heard it on radio 4) for producing the finest cauliflowers in the UK. It’s all to do with the chalky soil and unique micro-climate of the area apparently.
It was therefore a bit of a shock to discover that the large and very expensive cauli wot I bought in a Thanet Tesco this morning, was grown in France!!! Cough, splutter, rage, self righteous indignation etc; I feel a letter to the Mail and Torygraph is in order.
The shame of it.
Right, anyone seen the keys to the Renault?