The supplier, used by restaurants such as award-winning Maison Bleue, is opening on the high street of a historic village this December.

The event, featuring plant-based food, drink and crafts is back on the Cornhill by popular demand.

Flavours include Kentish cobnut fudge, homemade honeycomb, and cherry with cherry brandy.

Our food and drink editor and cheese sellers from across East Anglia select their top picks for your cheese board.

Ancestor of Tom Crean launches the London Dry spirit this week.

The town’s newest dining spot has opened for takeaways during the November lockdown.

Registered East Anglian nutritionist Emma Harvey Lawrence of Nutrition Creative shares her tips for improving your gut health, and mood, this autumn and winter.

Big plans are afoot for the business as it rides out 2020 and prepares for change in 2021

Our supermarkets are filled with vegan and vegetarian meat replacements - but are they any good? Our food and drink editor puts some of them to the test.

Forget supermarket bagels says our group food and drink editor...and make the ‘real thing’ at home.

Stock up on fresh handmade pasta, ice creams, sauces, chutney, cheeses and more at Fork.

From tasting menus, to artisanal French dishes, and handmade pasta - even though you can’t eat out this November, you can still eat well locally.

The Jess Cooks range is now available at selected East of England Co-op stores in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.

Celebrate our county’s cafes and baristas during UK Coffee Week.

Out food and drink editor was blown away by the service and flavour-packed food at this country pub near Stowmarket.

The Woodbridge institution has moved premises and is now selling cheese, wine and sourdough soft serve ice cream.

Pick up toffee vodka, fudge, cheese, cured meats and more at the indoor market this month.

Our group food and drink editor was inspired by ‘bread week’ on the Channel 4 show.

The couple are also delivering Sunday brunches, miniature birthday cakes and sweet and savoury afternoon teas.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares a few of her favourite places for you to visit during National Curry Week (October 5 to 11).

At the weekend I hosted a socially distanced lunch for three friends in the summerhouse my husband (handily) put up at the height of lockdown. It was, if you like, a makeshift restaurant. Only there was no flooring (as yet), the tablecloth was creased, music came via Mr J’s grotty work radio, the only choice of drink was sangria, oh, and it was blowing a flipping gale outside.

Delicious plant-based brunches, cakes and Sunday roasts are set to feature on the menu at Plant Café.

The Boathouse will serve modern British food, interesting beer and cocktails.

Award-nominated Hopsters from Ipswich is branching out and has launched a new initiative to bring its craft ales to locations across the region.

Chestnut is rolling out heated, fairylight-lit tipis at several of its properties – and they’re perfect for small wedding receptions too.

Our food and drink editor shares her favourite places to tuck into one of Britain’s favourite dishes.

Hand-rolled truffles, meaty pies, delectable ice creams and more have been named amongst the best of the best in the region this year

The Market Weekend replaces the site’s annual Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival this year.

The dining experience is completely different now at Good Food Guide and Michelin Bib Gourmand favourite Pea Porridge.

Go foraging and fill your kitchen with the delicious scent of crisp red apples and Turkish delight.

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