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Scarlett & Mustard sauces and relishes are the perfect accompaniment to your meals this winter
Food, drink and bed and breakfast on offer at this village pub.
Lynn and Steve Tricker of Truly Traceable have added another award to their growing 2018 collection.
As the weather cools down it’s time to crank up the heat! October 22 sees the beginning of our nation’s ode to the curry. Where will you decide to eat? Here’s a few suggestions to get you started…
The first ever Suffolk Farmers’ Market at Trinity Park takes place on Saturday, October 13.
What can you eat at The Great Framlingham Sausage Festival 2018?
The Flitch of Bacon in north Essex has joined the starry heights of cooking with Morston Hall, The Neptune Inn and Midsummer House.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares her tips for the ultimate cold-weather breakfast.
It’s Apple Day on October 21 – and Suffolk has some of the best
If you’re a coeliac, eating well, and cheaply is very possible says newly diagnosed Anna Norman.
A Suffolk brewery is toasting an award for its alcohol-free beer.
He’s been at the helm of one of Suffolk’s most iconic hotels for three decades. We caught up with Alan Ford, head chef of Hintlesham Hall…
Newmarket-based sausage-maker Powters, which hopes to expand nationally, is celebrating a new listing from Tesco.
Have you got a smoking gun or a sous vide?
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis conjures up some spooky bakes for Halloween.
Scarlett & Mustard’s new products sound very yummy indeed.
They say you should never mess with a classic – but Charlotte disagrees. Try making her espresso walnut, rum and chocolate slices.
Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares some of her favourite ways to improve your cakes, biscuits and desserts.
If you’ve got a thing for quiche and brownies you’re going to love The Copper Kettle.
Dare to go to the dark side with these cookies
We tried the food at this Sicilian/Italian restaurant in central Ipswich.
What’s the food like at Suffolk’s Pub of the Year? Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks it out.
Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited Montaz in Newmarket, which is making a name for itself as one of the best contemporary Indian restaraunts in the region.
Delphine’s Diner, 91-93, Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe.
We checked out food at Glasswells Ipswich’s in-store cafe.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis was pleasantly surprised by this independent Med restaurant in Bury St Edmunds.
Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited the Leaping Hare restaurant near Stanton in West Suffolk for a Friday lunch.
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