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There’s something for the whole family to enjoy say organisers of the Bury St Edmunds Food and Drink Festival 2018.
Enjoy a gourmet barbecue and beer with meadow views.
New German-style beers being brewed on the East Anglian coast.
Essex Chambers of Commerce is planning to celebrate the county’s great diversity of food and drink with an inaugural event.
A Suffolk food writer has launched a cookbook celebrating the county’s food and farming heritage, with the support of a champion Newmarket jockey.
A Suffolk brewery has launched a new bottling line to keep up with soaring demand for its alcohol-free beers.
What takes your fancy this summer? A wizard-themed spectacle or a vintage afternoon tea?
Food artist Sarah Hardy’s carving out a tasty name for herself.
Eat Suffolk’s ‘Best Newcomer’ Urban Jungle celebrates first anniversary.
Food outlets at a revamped Ipswich shopping centre are celebrating after they were all awarded a top rating by hygiene inspectors.
What passes as a weed to some can pass as a delicious treat to others.
The founder of an Ipswich brewery which specialises in making low alcohol beers says the industry is failing to respond to a growing demand for products such as his.
A celebrated Suffolk restaurateur has joined forces with his son to launch a new ‘fast-casual’ dining venture in Cambridge.
Are you a ‘master of chocolate’?
East Anglian chefs and producers nominated in the new Eat Game Awards.
Have a lay-in and wake up to these filling Dutch style pancakes.
Dave Wall, head chef of multi award-winning The Unruly Pig and Eat Suffolk’s Best Restaurant, 2018, talks about this intriguing, versatile but under used herb.
Justin Kett, head chef at The Swan in Lavenham took home one of the top prizes at this year’s Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards. We caught up with him…
Essex fruit juice makers Cotchel and marmalade makers Thursday Cottage have each scooped a celebrated three star accolade at the 2018 Great Taste Awards.
Find out where to buy the best ice cream in the east.
This much-loved town pub has new landlords and a new look, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checked it out.
We tried out lunch in the family room at the town centre coffee shop
We tried out this long standing Ipswich restaurant on the town’s Waterfront.
Mark Heath and his wife Liz ventured into the West Suffolk countryside for lunch at the Six Bells in Preston, a gastro pub picking up some rave reviews.
We tried out this new pizza restaurant.
We checked out this dog-friendly Suffolk coastal pub.
New mum Nicola Warren tried out the food offering at a cafe that’s made a welcome return to Ipswich recently.
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.
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