Pubs of­fer ap­peal of ap­ple day and more

Pubs have al­ways played an im­por­tant part in our com­mu­ni­ties and we’re keen to en­sure that tra­di­tion con­tin­ues. Here, some land­lords share their lat­est news. We’ll drink to that!

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - FOOD AND DRINK -

and maple-glazed car­rots with cran­berry sauce and mash potato fol­lowed by pecan pie served with ei­ther cream or vanilla ice cream. Tea and cof­fee to fin­ish.

The cost will be £25 per head and book­ing is es­sen­tial. Call 01494 676308. THE PLOUGH,

Raf­faele and his team have some spe­cial treats com­ing up over the au­tumn and win­ter months.

They will be run­ning master classes in Ital­ian food of all types and for the ju­nior chefs among you the pizza-mak­ing classes will be on through­out the au­tumn half term and Christ­mas hol­i­days along with pump­kin-carv­ing and cookie dec­o­rat­ing, so check out pub’s the web­site at http:// the­p­loughamer­sham.co.uk/ new-whats-on/ for de­tails of dates and times. And don’t for­get the Plough’s wood-burn­ing oven will be con­tin­u­ously in op­er­a­tion pro­duc­ing sump­tu­ous Neapoli­tan

Winch­more Hill

pizza and bread. THE THREE

We’re so lucky to have so many award-win­ning pubs and restau­rants in our area - and we can now add the Three Oaks to that al­ready im­pres­sive list.

Land­lord Henry Cripps and head chef Mikey have worked tire­lessly to pro­vide a su­perb menu at the pub and that has been recog­nised with the award of a cov­eted Miche­lin Bib Gour­mand.

Those awards don’t grow on trees and it’s great to see all that ef­fort bear­ing fruit. Well done guys. AP­PLE DAY

We’re pleased to draw your at­ten­tion to the fact Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 21 is of­fi­cially Ap­ple Day.

Ob­vi­ously the per­fect time to try a real cider or perry in one of our lo­cal pubs: The Bell, Char­tridge, The Black Cat, Lye Green, The Blue Ball, Ashridge, The Crown and the Swan, both at Ley Hill, The Crown,

OAKS, Ger­rards Cross

AP­PROA­CHETH...

Henry Cripps wel­comes you to The Three Oaks, Ger­rards Cross Lit­tle Mis­senden, The Fox and Hounds and Mer­lin’s Cave, both Chal­font St Giles, The George and Dragon, The Misty Moon, The Pheas­ant and The Queens Head, all Che­sham, The Harte and Mag­pies, Coleshill, The Jolly Crick­eters, Seer Green, The King’s Arms, Amer­sham, The Plough, Hyde Heath, The Squir­rel, Penn Street or The White Hart, Chal­font St Peter.

Land­lords – email us de­tails of what you’ve got com­ing up at your pub and we’ll in­clude it in this col­umn

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