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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.

Richard Bainbridge and his kitchen team are busy making the most of the last of the summer’s bounty – including his favourite, tomatoes.

This carrot cake with its unusual, citrussy frosting is perfect with a cup of tea on a chilly day.

Recipe: Layered cappuccino mousse

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Had a bad day (or week)? Cheer yourself up by making our indulgent cappuccino mousses.

Treat the kids before they go back to school next week by making these tasty, chocolate mint flavoured cakes.

Have you got the skills to bake and decorate a cake that represents the best of Suffolk? If so, enter our competition- you could win a luxury afternoon tea at Hintlesham Hall.

Dozens of Suffolk producers took stars at the 2017 Great Taste Awards - here are some of the biggest winners.

Follow our recipe for the lightest scones ever - all served with a soft set Pimms and strawberry jam.

Make our classic French stem ginger and honey Madeleines with creamy salted honey parfait.

Make our delicious stacked mushroom burger with sticky onion relish, olive and potato rosti and grilled halloumi.

Make the most of seasonal fresh peas by making our tasty pea fritters.

Great British Bake Off star Martha Collison talks about life in the infamous tent, her naughty labradoodle and being tired of clean eating books.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis goes meat-free at the new Vegetarian Red Lion in Great Bricett

Combine beer and chocolate to make this super cool ice cream.

Adnams has launched three new beers with M&S this summer - all available to buy now.

When friends ask me “what was your holiday like?” I’m unlikely to recount stories of art galleries, museums and gardens. My response will more often than not be an animated description of everything I ate!

Make our super easy strawberry mousse recipe.

It’s Beer Day Britain tomorrow. To celebrate, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis caught up with a brewer from Edwardstone who’s doing things a little bit differently.

Alongside gin, which is growing in popularity at a rate of knots, sour beer is having its day in 2017.

Great British Menu judge and owner of Benedicts Restaurant, Norwich, Richard Bainbridge shares a recipe that has been on the menu since he opened two years ago.

Make our zingy chocolate lime ice lollies

Southwold brewer Adnams has lowered the alcohol still further in one of its beers to create a version with an abv of 0.9%.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis’ fruity Latin American drink is ideal for quenching your thirst this summer.

Make our Walnut Whip ice cream - inspired by the classic chocolate treat.

Make our sticky beer barbecue glazed pork ribs for National Barbecue Week.

Great British Menu veteran judge Richard Bainbridge says you can make summer last all year round with elderflower vinegar.

A Suffolk butcher’s shop has struck gold and gained award-winning status for their homemade sausages.

Will our crispy tempura asparagus recipe get you in the mood for love?

Make our bright green, herbal broad bean burgers this National Vegetarian Week

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