Food and Drink Features

We try the afternoon tea at Crown Lodge Hotel in Outwell, winner of Eat Norfolk Food & Drink award

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Our competition prize is a Great Inns gift voucher with a value of £250. The voucher must be redeemed before the end of March 2021, against a stay at any of the Inns that are current members of Great Inns of Britain.

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Stock up on these locally-made gins, brandies, rums, whiskies and liqueurs

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A Halloween themed afternoon tea will be available during certain dates in October

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The hamper includes the original London Dry Gin, the loved Yorkshire Rhubarb Gin and the brand’s latest launch, Slingsby Marmalade Gin.

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Chef Richard Hughes has revived his menu from the popular Brundall restaurant for a series of pop-ups

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Escape to a cosy pub in Norfolk this winter, the perfect place to find sanctuary after a long walk on a cold afternoon. We have picked 17 of the best cosy pubs in Norfolk

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Have you tried the raw milk, ice cream and cheese at Binham Priory?

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Mark Fitch discovered the world of ‘night stopping’ with a stay at Algy’s near Dereham.

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Mark Fitch spends time with Andreas Luca of one of Prince of Wales Road’s longest-running Greek restaurants

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Mary Kemp on the joys of preserving, with advice from Sarah Savage of Norfolk’s Essence Foods

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Nothing is more British than the fish and chip shop. Whether you prefer enjoying them by the seafront or slouching on your sofa, Norfolk has got you covered

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Mark Fitch tries some modern versions of a traditional drink; Norfolk Amber Mead

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Norfolk is home to many innovative and talented producers so we gathered a selection that represent every letter of the alphabet from apple juice to zucchini

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The warmer months means drinks in the sun, and there’s no better place than next to one of Norfolk’s beautiful broads or rivers. We’ve selected some of Norfolk’s best waterside pubs to visit

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An exciting foodie market is coming to north Norfolk for July and August

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Did you know some of the berries that go into one of the nation’s best-loved drinks are grown in East Anglia?

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A coastal walk is even better if you can stop off at a lovely café along the way

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Norfolk magazine Home Chef of the Year 2018 Mark Fitch with this summer’s hottest cooking trend, the home pizza oven

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The 2020 EAT Norfolk Food & Drink Awards have been postponed until spring 2021

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Picnic baskets at the ready because there’s nothing better on a warm afternoon than laying down a picnic blanket and enjoying some homemade food in a picture-perfect Norfolk spot

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Stoberry Potted Shrimps of King’s Lynn have been delivering luxury seafood to UK kitchens for 15 years, as Miranda Laing explains

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It might seem strange to be reading about beer when our pubs have temporarily closed down. But we thought we’d give you something to look forward to for when things return to normal. So, enjoy a day in the life of a Cask Marque assessor; someone who tastes beer for a living...

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A little bit of sugar helps the medicine of self-isolation and social distancing go down...

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In days of old, when nights were cold and no-one had a TV, our ancestors would turn to games to amuse them through the long winter evenings. Chris Bishop goes in search of Norfolk’s traditional pub games

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