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Archant tea tent - the tent will be returning this year

The Suffolk Show isn’t just about bowler hats and tractors.

Vintage food truck My Kitchen Your Place with owner Phoebe Cripps.

As well as the chance to buy loads of food to take home, the Suffolk Show presents plenty of opportunities to eat out.

People were invited to join an exhibition of traditional Bangladeshi sweet and savoury foods on Sunday at Suffolk New College. The Suffolk Pita Festival was hosted by the Bangladeshi Support Centre. Salim Malik with his designs.

Food was the common language used to bring together east and west at The Bangladeshi Support Centre’s fourth annual Suffolk Pita Festival.

The EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2015 at Milsom's Kesgrave Hall.

Guests enjoy the celebration - Emma Hibbert from Adnams

The finest of the county’s food and drink industry gathered yesterday for the Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2015.

Manager of Sproughton Community Shop Wendy Lavington.

In Sproughton, a village just outside Ipswich, you’ll find a pub, the church and the Millennium Green.

Grand Central, Ipswich

The opening of new Ipswich restaurant Grand Central - at the former Quayside on the Waterfront - is just days away.

Catch and Crop thriving in Saxmundham

Thursday, April 9, 2015
Ben Parker of Catch and Crop in Saxmundham.

Newbourne Farm Shop is well-known for growing and selling local produce, specialising in fresh fruit and vegetables.


Turners Fishmongers van in Lavenham. Adam Turner is pictured.

Turners Fishmongers was recently recognised for Outstanding Customer Service in the Suffolk Food and Drink Awards.

Men in the Kitchen

Monday, March 30, 2015
Men in the Kitchen workshop with Emma Crowhurst at the Cookhouse at the Suffolk Food Hall.

Thirteen good men and true gathered beneath the gaze of the Orwell Bridge to do some serious cooking. A baker’s dozen.

Valentine chocolate

If your other half has a hankering for goodies of the sucrose-laden variety, let them feast on something scrumdiddlyumptious from one of these local artisan producers this Valentine’s Day.

Cappadocia is a new Turkish restaurant and fish and chip take away in Capel St Mary.

In our office I’m considered a food snob. Not only was I recently informed I’ve been saying the word ‘satay’ in a much too posh a fashion, but the revelation that I will only eat pizza or pasta at an Italian restaurant sent my colleagues into ripples of laughter across our bank of desks.


Red Lion, Woodbridge

I wasn’t sure what to expect from The Red Lion in Woodbridge, writes Nicola Warren.

Jane Mohan owns West Street Vineyard in Coggeshall.

Natalie Sadler and her husband went wine tasting at the West Street Vineyard, in Coggeshall and learnt about the beautiful simplicity of English wines before feasting on local fayre in the restaurant.

Student chefs working at the Colchester Institute's Balkerne Restaurant

It is not often you get to go out for a great meal and do something useful at the same time – but with a trip to the Balkerne Restaurant you can achieve both of these things.

A signature dish at The Galley, Ugur's Fabulous Turkish Lamb Stew

“I guess we’re not just a fashion”, shrugs off Turkish restauranteur Ugur Vata when asked about his 21 years in the business.

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