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An Essex department store is hosting a gin bar featuring fruit liqueurs from a celebrated jam maker based in the county.
The expert growers at Nurtured in Norfolk reveal their favourites.
Eat your way around the county on June 21.
Essex schoolchildren learnt about the value of local produce at an event organised by the East of England Co-op.
Blogger Leah Larwood of Roots & Toots picks her favourite places for guilt-free dining.
Make our gluten-free carrot, and Eton mess cupcakes for Alzheimer’s Society’s Cupcake Day 2018.
Celebrate the East of England’s Sourced Locally Fortnight by swapping your regular brands for local substitutes.
The Unruly Pig fought off fierce competition to win in the Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2018.
More than 60 stalls, two cookery theatres, a fringe tent and live entertainments await visitors to Sudbury’s free food and drink festival on June 10.
A local law firm has got behind a farmers’ market which has enjoyed a marked turnaround since it was on the brink of closure six years ago.
Sandwiches, tea, cake and scones and I’ve not had to leave my house. What’s not to love?
Dave Wall crafts four course dinner at the college with a Britalian feel.
Jeremy Dunn, chief wine tutor at Norfolk Wine School shares his favourite English bottles.
The new owners of iconic cider brand Aspall underlined their commitment to Suffolk as they revealed plans to upgrade its facilities at a cost of £7m to £10m.
If you’re bored of burgers give our lower fat barbecue recipe a go.
Our recipe is a wonderful way to use seasonal fruit and flowers and is amazing with a bit of fizz.
Chill out with this fruity pineapple, lime and strawberry frozen dessert.
Make our tangy frozen dessert with fresh local strawberries.
Eat to your heart’s content at this festival in the Waveney Valley on May 26.
Make a batch of these beauties for National Doughnut Week.
Trongs has been part of the Ipswich dining scene for a long time. Charlotte Smith-Jarvis wanted to know if it was still as good as in its heyday.
New owner of The Rutland Arms Hotel reveals their first food offering.
We tried out Sudbury’s newest restaurant.
Mark Heath and his wife Liz tried out renowned gastropub The Flitch of Bacon, in Little Dunmow, Essex.
We tried out the newest place for pizza in Ipswich.
Emily Cotton enjoys a generous brunch at Gastrono-me in Bury St Edmunds.
We tried a selection of this pub’s classic dishes.
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