I've caught this programme a couple of times over the past week- daytime telly is getting to me. It's got me thinking though- I'd be quite limited in what I could make if I were limited to produce from a 10 mile radius of where I live. Firstly, I live on the water, so there's nowt much but fish on that side of me. Lots of it, mind you, and good quality. I wonder if it's caught within 10 miles of me, though? Other than seafood, there's a few farms where I could get eggs, lamb, and beef, and some great island cheeses which would just get into the 10 mile radius. My butcher does wonderful hams but the pigs are from his father in law's farm, which is outwith the 10 miles. Potatoes are plentiful, and there'd be some basic veggies in my garden. Great bacon is produced near me. I'd miss fruit and veg, though! So anyway, I really am rambling- the questions are- 1. What great produce can you get within a 10 mile radius? 2. What would you miss?