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Dining out is a luxury for most of us, but that doesn’t mean you should miss out.

We have some of the finest chefs in the country working here in Suffolk, many keen to share their favourite recipes with you.

So if a booking at one of the county’s most exclusive is something that is reserved for major family celebrations, why not dust off your frying pan and recreate one of these delights at home.

Orange cake by Charlotte Smith Jarvis.

Follow Charlotte Smith-Jarvis’ recipe for a bright, sunshiny Seville orange cake

Simple steps to be the best you can be

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Juliette Bryant drinking a green smoothie

I am delighted to be writing this weekly column on health and wellbeing. I’ve spent two decades learning tools and techniques to help people and my work as a nutritionist has taken me around the world. I’ve now settled with my family in Clare, the heart of East Anglia, and what a wonderful region we have. Each week we’ll focus on a different subject of how to lead a happy and healthy life.

Roast turkey for Christmas dinner

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares some of her favourite, globally-inspired ideas to jazz up that leftover turkey…

The Grazing Sheep on Ipswich waterfront

Nicola Warren meets the family members behind new coffee shop The Grazing Sheep which opened in June.

Stir Up Sunday is traditionally the time to make your Christmas puddings.

This weekend, why not gather the family together and embrace the Christmas tradition of Stir Up Sunday.

Ben's Bangers. Ben Stiff with his street food truck.

Entrepreneur Ben Stiff has launched a gourmet Suffolk sausage business

Abby Hunter-lain and Sandy Ruddock of Scarlet & Mustard

Food and drink retailers have celebrated the region’s growing reputation for top-quality products as they highlighted the importance of the Suffolk Show.

Inside the Adnams Food Hall - a centrepiece of the Suffolk Show

Food and drink are a massive part of the Suffolk Show with the Adnams Food Hall showcasing the very best sausages, beers, wines and cheeses produced here in the ‘bread basket of England’.

Businesswoman Kimberley Williams who has formed a small company to make gluten-free foods because as a coeliac she found there was little choice on the market or just unappetising food.

A sufferer from coeliac disease has launched a new range of gluten-free food – because she felt options on the market were not tasty enough.

12 top international restaurants in Suffolk. Cafe Kottani, Bury St Edmunds

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?

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