Hog Roast Saffron Walden
Some places sound reassuringly English. Saffron Walden is one such place. This is a beautiful market town in Essex. Almost English picture postcard beautiful, with its stunning architecture and buildings including St Mary’s Church, which, at 193 feet, is the tallest spire in the county of Essex.
Many of Saffron Walden’s buildings date back to medieval times, the time when hog roast first came to prominence in the British Isles. Wander round the town of Saffron Walden and you can easily imagine just how atmospheric the town would have been in those medieval times with roaring fires and hog roast slowly cooking. The town air would have been filled with the incredible aroma of hog roast. It really would have been a hog roast Saffron Walden atmosphere.
A little imagination can bring the old hog roast Saffron Walden back to life but it’s not really necessary to shut your eyes and picture the scene. Hog roast has never really been away in Saffron Walden, it has just been keeping a very low profile, as any dignified character does! Hog roast is not a food that needs to shout its name from the rooftops or be overhyped. Hog roast has always been a wonder food and always will be, especially with the latest advances in hog roast catering available to Saffron Walden and other parts of the UK.