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Charlotte Smith-Jarvis’ picks of what to eat at Jimmy’s Sausage and Beer Festival this weekend.
Demob happy MPs have spent their last days before the summer holidays boozing on Suffolk beer in the House of Commons.
It’s not just music which folk fans can look forward to at one of Suffolk’s biggest creative events this summer, but a feast of culinary delights to tickle the taste buds of every foodie.
When you imagine vegan food, super healthy salads, quinoa and lentil dishes may spring to mind, writes Nicola Warren.
A unique pop-up restaurant was due to open at the Quay Theatre in Sudbury on Friday, June 5.
A west Suffolk butchers can boast some of the best bangers in the country after winning several awards at a national show for the second consecutive year.
The Suffolk Show isn’t just about bowler hats and tractors.
As well as the chance to buy loads of food to take home, the Suffolk Show presents plenty of opportunities to eat out.
The city of Birmingham is set to win its battle of the balti by being officially recognised as the home of the much-loved dish, but what about Suffolk’s culinary delights?
Turners Fishmongers was recently recognised for Outstanding Customer Service in the Suffolk Food and Drink Awards.
Thirteen good men and true gathered beneath the gaze of the Orwell Bridge to do some serious cooking. A baker’s dozen.
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.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis finds out what all the fuss is about at @Twenty5 in Ipswich.
Monday is traditionally the day when I set out with good intentions, particularly where food is concerned.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis and Nicola Warren rave about lunch at The Townhouse in Ipswich.
More than 60 local food and drink producers are expected to show off their wares this Sunday as a popular festival returns to a west Suffolk market town.