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.

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

An ice cream maker based on a traditional Suffolk family smallholding has expressed delight after scooping a top taste accolade.

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

A “low carbon” farmer said he was delighted after winning a contract to supply spuds for a global meal kits brand.

Briarbank is bringing its award-winning ales direct to customers’ doors.

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

Catherine Godet has been giving culinary masterclasses in lockdown - and now you can join her

Buttery, delicate, dainty and moreish - our group food and drink editor is in love with this decadent biscuit.

A sales lull during lockdown has resulted in a fruitful tie-in between different food businesses.

Forage Kitchen’s monthly Discovery Box is filled with ingredients, recipes, artisanal East Anglian products and lots of edible treats.

You can now buy 11-year-old Olivia Cresswell’s Nutty Stars at your local East of England Co-op store.

The Stillery’s artisanal drinks can now be delivered to your door

Our food reviewer Mark Heath and his wife Liz tried out the offering from tapas restaurant Casa in Bury St Edmunds, via their delivery service, on a Friday night. Here’s what they made of it...

Much-loved global produce store Faraway Foods is delivering international ingredients and staples across Suffolk

Five local cheesemakers and sellers reveal why they need your support now and reveal where you can buy their products.

If you are missing your Friday night takeaway or are dreaming of eating at your favourite restaurant, try these lockdown ‘fakeaways’ to help fill the void.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is creating recipes using storecupboard ingredients and the more unusual items you can find in the supermarkets.

New machinery is set to help a right Royal sausage-maker to find new markets for its products.

A touch of locally-produced truffle oil gives this bowl of comfort food a luxurious finish.

Next year will be a significant one for Gressingham Foods, a duck and niche meat products firm which started life in 1971.

The chef is also making a cracking breakfast using local sausages, bacon and eggs, homemade bread and homemade beans.

The renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School in Ireland is famed around the world for inspiring would-be and established chefs. But for Lucy Davis and Francois Pretorius, the Cork-based institution holds a special place in their hearts for so much more than that – it’s where they fell in love.

Chef Julian Bisbal has been named Breakfast Chef of the Year - but have you tried his food yet?

With rooms from £65 per person per night, a stay at The Angel Inn near Southwold is a steal says our food and drink editor.

When American drinks giant Molson Coors bought an historic Suffolk cider business which had been in the same family for eight generations, its first move was to assure residents that it was staying put.

The Stowmarket-based burger specialist has gathered quite a following for its menu of over 20 varieties of the fast-food favourite.

From the KFC vegan burger to the meat-free Steak Bake, vegans and vegetarians are simply spoilt for choice this Veganuary. But can junk food ever be considered ‘ethical’ - even when it contains no meat?

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