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Bromeswell pub The Unruly Pig, launches bespoke roasts for private dining

Nothing beats juicy, sun warmed strawberries picked by your own fair hand. Make the most of your local PYO farm where you can bring home several punnets of the berries for a fraction of the cost at the supermarket. Here are some of the best PYO farms in East Anglia.

Award-winning food business Truly Traceable launches Suffolk Day pie

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis speaks to beer expert Ross Turner of Arcade Street Tavern in Ipswich about all things beer.

Owner of Valentino’s Ipswich to open family-friendly Italian restaurant near Hadleigh this summer.

A chocolate salon, bakery and ice cream store, Harris & James opens in Southwold tomorrow

Juice and smoothie bars are becoming big business in our cities and attracting many health-conscious shoppers and workers.

Do you thing you could be a good pub landlord?

Test your knowledge of beers, wines and spirits with our quiz.

World Gin Day is around the corner (Saturday). Expert Neil Farrow of GinPunch in Hadleigh dispels some myths and shares his favourite gin and food pairings.

Where are you drinking tonight? It’s World Gin Day

Justine Paul shares her top reasons to visit this Sunday’s A Taste of Sudbury festival

When you fancy something sweet, elegant and indulgent, what could be better than afternoon tea at one of the many great tearooms and hotels in East Anglia. But where to go for the ultimate decadent treat? From country houses to chilled-out coffee shops, we list some of the best places across the region to enjoy this delightful repast.

Clare-based nutritionist and superfood chef Juliette Bryant says flowers are more than purely decorative...

People across Suffolk and north Essex will celebrate their love of fish and chips as they come together on National Fish and Chip Day.

David Coyne of The Angel Hotel in Bury St Edmunds is the fourth chef at the hotel to win at the EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards.

It’s a classic lunchtime staple that while simple, can be difficult to make truly special. We’ve scoured the region to find some of the places that have managed to hit the nail on the head when it comes to creating a scrumptious sandwich. Here’s our top ten...

In a survey conducted by The Grocer Magazine in 2016, English wines came an impressive fourth for quality, after those from France, Italy and Australia. The warm, dry climate and mix of sandy and clay soil makes East Anglia one of the premier vine growing regions of the UK, so to mark English Wine Week - May 27 to June 4 - we have been discovering some of the vineyards and wineries in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.

Initiative from The Suffolk Coast is packed with trails of activities and places to eat.

West Suffolk College has linked up with the EADT and Ipswich Star to release for sale 10 ‘golden tickets’ to a dinner cooked by students and Albert Roux.

Tomorrow some of the best beers in the world will feature in the inaugural event of the Krombacher German Beer Festival on Tour, which begins in Ipswich before heading off across the UK.

Suffolk business owner and brewery create brand new brew for 10th LeeStock Festival.

Milkshakes created by an Essex-based firm are set to go on sale in 92 Sainsbury’s stores across the UK.

A Suffolk brewery is celebrating record sales after a turnaround strategy was launched two years ago.

With English Wine Week coming up, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visits a new vineyard on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and discovers English wine really is something to shout about.

Visitors to the National Trust at Dunwich Heath will find some treats to tempt their tastebuds this weekend as the venue stages a Sconeathon.

Celebrate National Vegetarian Week at one of East Anglia’s best vegetarian cafes or restaurants

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