Once again championing Britain’s farming and fishing communities, award-winner Jenny Jefferies returns with her latest compilation, For the Love of the Sea II. Following the course of its predecessor, which won the Guild of Food Writers Award for Best Self-Published Work in 2022, this sequel – which has been endorsed by Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw, and has a Foreword by Mitch Tonks, CEO of Rockfish – celebrates Britain’s cornucopian coastline through the people, produce, and practices that define it.
For the Love of the Sea II is a true homage to the bounty of Britain’s waters, inviting readers to fall back in love with our coastline and celebrate the incredible communities who are bound to it.
Jenny is also donating 10% of her net profits from the sales of For the Love of the Sea II to The Food Teachers Centre, Fish In Schools Hero program.
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About Jenny Jefferies
South Cambridgeshire based farmer’s wife, and mother of two girls, Jenny Jefferies is an award winning Author, Columnist and Radio Producer/Presenter. Jenny compiled the successful book series For The Love Of The Land and For The Love Of The Sea published by Meze Publishing. For The Love Of The Land was shortlisted for Best Cook Book in the Great British Food Awards 2021 and was Woman & Home’s Best Cookbook 2021. For The Love Of The Sea won Best Self-Published Work in The Guild Of Food Writers Annual Awards 2022. For The Love Of The Sea II has just been published. Jenny is a Love British Food Ambassador, a mentor and a member of The Guild of Food Writers and a member of The British Guild of Agricultural Journalists. Jenny writes regular articles and blogs for the Farmers Guardian, Country & Town House, and Rural Life magazine. Jenny is also an Ambassador for Eco Ewe and a radio producer and presenter for Black Cat Radio 102.5FM.
Jenny’s passions are supporting our food producers, educating all generations about food provenance, highlighting our heritage, traditions and culture in our farming and fishing communities as well as giving a voice to women in both the agricultural and fishing industries.
Jenny shares her regular musings about food provenance for Love British Food.