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Members of Suffolk’s thriving food and drink community gathered at The Hangar, Kesgrave Hall, yesterday to celebrate the East Anglian Daily Times and EADT Suffolk Magazine Food and Drink Awards.
Today the greatest food producers in Suffolk have gathered at Milsom’s Kesgrave Hall for the final of the 2016 Food & Drink Awards.
Finalists in Suffolk Food and Drink awards announced
Diners were able to enjoy quality food in a unique setting and help raise funds for the upkeep of one of Suffolk’s best-loved and most historic attractions.
Spring provides the perfect backdrop to a relaxing afternoon tea. But where to go? Here we bring you the best of Suffolk.
Come rain or shine – baking is always fun. And what could be better this Easter than indulging in a bit of play time with chocolate?
These past few weeks I’ve been discovering new uses for waste bits of vegetables that often get thrown out with the rubbish, writes Sheena Grant.
A former bank in Ipswich town centre could be turned into a new burger restaurant.
If you’d like to spice up your week, why not pay a visit to Uberchef on Ipswich market?
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis says The Mill at The Maltings is a surprising find
Staying in can be nice. Stick on a movie. Snuggle under a blanket with a bottle of red and a box of chocolates.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares some of her favourite suggestions for a lazy weekend breakfast.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out Ipswich’s newest burger joint
Students and diners got the best of both worlds at the West Suffolk College campus.
It’s international dining week. And what better way to celebrate than by recognising some of the best eateries in the county offering flavours from all four corners of the globe?
This colourful Greek Easter bread is a doddle to make.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis reviews food and drink at The Crown, Woodbridge
Does the mention of Christmas bring you out in a cold sweat? All that shopping, cooking and cleaning.
A new cookbook celebrating Suffolk’s food industry has been backed by Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis’ recipes for school desserts
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis uncovers ‘hidden’ eatery Berridges restaurant in the centre of Ipswich
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis dines out with Hardeep Kohli at Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa
Amy Gallivan enjoys proper pub grub at The Eel’s Foot Inn, at Eastbridge, Leiston
Recently, I was on holiday – 10 lovely days off in a row, taking in the Easter weekend.
Are you going out for something to eat tonight? There are 1,480 Suffolk restaurants listed on the Tripadvisor online review website and we have put together a list of the best rated places to eat in the west of the county.
Foodies have voted for their top 10 restaurants in Suffolk with Jimmy’s Farm named the number one choice, followed by The Lighthouse Restaurant at Aldeburgh.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis finds community spirit thrives at Battisford’s Punch Bowl Inn
It was with slightly sore heads that my friend Amy and I headed to The Stables Coffee Shop and Sandwich Bar at Brightwell Barns on Saturday lunchtime.
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