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Suffolk Food and Drink Awards


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.

This three layer sponge is ideal for coffee lovers.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited Queens Bar & Grill in Bury St Edmunds, which is making waves on the local food scene for its American-style offerings and fantastic Man vs Food-esque challenges. Here’s what they made of it.

You don’t have to wait for farmers’ markets and fairs to get your hands on this local favourite any more with six flavours going on sale as part of Sourced Locally initiative.

Our recipe combines chocolate, pink and vanilla cake mix with a hint of fruit.

This dessert uses ingredients from the finalists of the East of England Co-op Producer of the Year Awards 2019.

End British Pie Week in style with our incredibly tasty dish.

A nostalgic bake with sweet, sour and creamy vanilla flavours.

Essex-based Shaken Udder have overhauled their recipes to make them ‘school friendly’

Even beginner cooks should be able to make this really simply and delicious duck dish.

This recipe is a great way to use up leftover marmalade.

Feeling the cold? Get baking, put the kettle on and enjoy this week’s bake - a sticky loaf cake smothered in caramel.

Take the edge off the chilly weather with our recipe for homemade crumpets.

Our vegetarian reviewer tried out Felixstowe’s newest cafe specialising in plant-based food.

If you are trying to save money this month our pudding won’t break the bank.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis has the perfect dessert for Veganuary 2019 - a dairy-free, egg-free cheesecake

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis reveals how she’ll (try) to be a bit healthier this year.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis meets the baker behind Two Magpies which has just opened a new branch in Aldeburgh.

On Saturday, December 22 it’s the annual Snape Christmas Farmers’ Market with loads of Suffolk food and drink to buy and sample.

The gourmet burger chain is feeling festive with its cheese-laden Christmas menu, writes Emily Cashen

Food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shows you how to prevent waste in the kitchen this Christmas by using up those leftover ingredients.

Charlotte’s recipes is inspired by the head chef at No1 Cromer.

Independent pizza restaurant launches second branch in Colchester.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis samples Asian food with a difference in Aldeburgh.

Follow our recipe for a tasty Christmas pudding in 2018.

Healthy Ediballs sells sweet snacks made from whole foods without refined sugars.

Suffolk Fresh launch their own brand of houmous made with home-grown beans.

Our food and drink editor is convinced these cinnamon buns swirled with gingerbread are the best thing she’s ever baked.

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