Food and Drink Features

Raised pies are in my mind the most satisfying you can make. For starters, the dough is good-tempered and can be handled more readily than, say, puff pastry – it’s fun to work with. And the result, with its crisp, toothsome edges, makes you feel like a proper baker.

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Try something different for Veganuary - using banana blossom!

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One of the only ways to hang out with friends during lockdown is sat outside at the pub. We’ve gathered some of the best pubs with outdoor heating to keep you toasty for your pint

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The Peele family saved the Norfolk Black turkey from extinction and now rear a rainbow of free range birds for Christmas. We find out more from the farming family’s Patricia Graham

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Some of Norfolk food and drink champion’s favourite festive suppliers

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These Norfolk shops have great Christmas hampers for gifts

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As we go into a second lockdown, we have gathered some great local restaurants who have great takeaway services

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Mary Kemp’s home-made Christmas mincemeat recipe

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Win WIN a fantastic WhataHoot gin experience!

Monday, October 26, 2020

We have teamed up with Norfolk-based WhataHoot distillery to offer one winner a fantastic gin experience

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Win WIN a hamper from Jarrold worth £500

Monday, October 26, 2020

Win a £500 luxury Christmas hamper from from the Jarrold Food Hall

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One man’s impulse to help the homeless means more than 20,000 people will enjoy a free festive lunch this Christmas

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

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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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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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