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Two Suffolk butchers are among a host of businesses to make the cut at a prestigious regional awards event.

Competitors battled it out this week in the Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2020 live cook-off.

An Ipswich restaurant specialising in Indian and Nepalese cuisine has re-opened - following a challenging few years.

Tired of being judged for eating a soy burger by your carnivorous friends? Or maybe you're just happy enjoying #MeatFreeMonday. Don't let stigma from others change your lunch order.

Wings, steaks, loaded nachos, craft ales and cocktails on the menu at Suffolk's first fully vegan pub.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis has a meal quite unlike anything she's eaten before and says this place is 'one to watch'.

From a night of butchery with Jimmy Doherty, to all you can eat vegan and Pancake Night at Applaud.

Competitors from across the county take part in live cook-off in a bid to become Eat Suffolk finalists.

Want to get away from it all closer to home? Our food and drink editor suggests a little escape only 30 minutes from the heart of Norwich.

Food and film is an unbeatable combination and the Film Feast Festival, pioneered by Suffolk born film consultant and researcher, Neil McGlone, was such a success when its second serving hit our screens in October, that a series of additional events are being staged at The Galley restaurant in Woodbridge.

Nutrition expert Catherine Jeans shares vital tips to ensure you'll get all the goodness you need to keep you healthy on a plant-based diet.

Suffolk and Essex farmers thinking about diversifying might want to think about grape growing, according to a farming expert.

From kombucha to vegan burgers and open fire cooking - what will we all be eating and drinking this year?

Our reviewers have been out and about trying out your recommendations this year, as well as newcomers to the dining scene.

Here are just some of the pubs, cafes and restaurants which made an impression.

In 2019, 4.2 million people signed up for Dry January and swapped their favourite tipples with booze-free drink. If you're thinking of banishing the booze in 2020 or are the designated driver for those Christmas and New Year parties here are some tasty alternatives - many from East Anglia.

White Nettle in Sudbury will also offer craft workshops in 2020.

Colchester's Charter Hall once again plays host to the Essex Vegan WinterFest, packed with vegan foods, gifts and more.

The event, at Trinity Park, brings together more than 50 traders selling everything from mega brownies and wine, to handmade marshmallows, cheese and salami.

Forage Kitchen has just 20 seats and is conjuring up some of the most inventive food you'll discover in the east of England.

From chocolate orange to vegan hot chocolate, here are some of our favourite varieties of the comforting drink.

The Fish Dish is only open every two weeks, serving a menu of fresh seafood.

Livestock farmers have ended a tough year on a high - with an annual celebration of locally-produced meat at East Anglia's only remaining weekly market.

The gourmet patty is part of the new seasonal menu at a popular Suffolk golf club.

Where can you combine hearty food, history and nature in Suffolk? Our food and drink editor finds out.

Whole turkey is set to make a comeback this Christmas, a major premium producer predicts.

Our supermarkets love to play about with our food when Christmas comes along. Sometimes their creations are a disaster, but here are some we've tried and given the thumps up.

The owners of Hank's Deli hope to have the new venture up-and-running by January 2020.

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