Eating Out

Eating Out

Culture: Food by Nicola Miller

Food writer Nicola Miller takes a trip down memory lane when she enjoyed an Austrian adventure
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Maison Bleue

Culture: Maison Bleue's Pascal Canevet - Raising a glass to the season and artisan producers

This week, Culture introduces a new columnist in Pascal Canevet, owner chef of the award-winning French restaurant Maison Bleue
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FREE TICKETS to Eat & Drink Festival, The Cake & Bake Show and Ideal Home Show at Christmas

The all new Eat & Drink Festival, The Cake & Bake Show and The Ideal Home Christmas Show all take place under one roof this week and you can get in for FREE.

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Tuddenham Mill  Pictured:   PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Tuddenham Mill scores high in The Good Food Guide 2018

Tuddenham Mill has once again been rated as one of the best eating establishments in East Anglia.

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The Cross Keys Steering Committee is working to raise money to purchase The Cross Keys pub in Redgrave on behalf of the community.

Bursary to ‘kick start’ Redgrave pub project

A campaign launched to purchase a Redgrave pub now has the funds to ‘kick start’ the project after it was awarded a bursary worth £2,500.

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The Fox Inn, Garboldisham


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Beer festival later this month to celebrate six successful months for The Fox in Garboldisham

It was a long, hard battle to get Garboldisham’s pub back open – it was nearly ten years in the making.

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The team at The Great House, Lavenham

Celebrated Lavenham restaurant up for sale

Regis and Martine Crepy, owners of The Great House, an award-winning hotel and restaurant in Lavenham, have announced they plan to sell the business and start a new restaurant venture with their son.

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Brewer Tom Norton

South Suffolk beer won’t be at Bury beer festival because people might be confused by the taste

Officials have banned a talented young Boxford craft brewer from entering his traditional ale into the East Anglian Beer and Cider festival in Bury St Edmunds next week - because some people may not like the taste.

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Neil Courtier

A time for lamb and chocolate

Brighter evenings, warmer spring weather and we are moving towards the Easter weekend. It’s time to start planning menus, devising shopping lists, with maybe spring lamb and, of course, chocolate will be firmly in our thoughts.

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Dave Harris launched Harris's Hog Roast in October 2016. Submitted photo.

Redundancy gave Gislingham man ‘food for thought’ with new venture

A Gislingham man has battled back from the disappointment of redundancy to realise his dream of starting his own business.

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Mackerel in saor

Mackerel in saor with a winter salad - Venetian dish is packed with flavour

Hai mangiato così tanto pesce che per tornare a casa puoi nuotare nei canali invece di camminare,” laughed the bartender as he brought over yet another plate of sardines from the trays of cicchetti lined up along the tiny counter.

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Neil Courtier

Valley of wine-producing villages

Côtes du Rhône is a region-wide appellation for red, rosé and white wines covering the length and breadth of the Rhône Valley in eastern France. It includes more than 170 villages, following the course of the Rhône river southwards for 125 miles from Saint-Cyr-sur-le- Rhône to Avignon.

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The new �5m distribution centre at Gressingham Foods in Redgrave. Submitted photo.

Surging duck sales sees Gressingham Foods open new £5m distribution centre at Redgrave site

‘Increasing duck sales’ has led Gressingham Foods to open a new £5m distribution centre at its site in Redgrave.

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What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

For many Brits there’s nothing better than a greasy, full English but with so much to include on the plate, what’s your must-have ingredient?

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New brewery in Long Melford
Nethergate Brewery
Rodbridge Corner, Rodbridge, LS picture Richard Gray Director of Sales, Robert Crawford General Manager and John Holberry Managing Director
Picture Mark Westley

Nethergate Brewery secures move to Long Melford site

Nethergate Brewery is hoping to increase production and enter the tourism industry after it completed its move to Long Melford this week.

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Lee Bye - Rhubarb Cranachan

From Yorkshire . . . with love

Our goose has well and truly been cooked, well the turkeys to be more precise. The chefs probably feel a little cooked too with the onslaught they soaked up over the last month. Who said it gets easier hey... another feather in their caps, another year ahead of us and another opportunity to push on.

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Marimba Chocolate shop has opened a new hot chocolate museum (first in the counry|) 

Pictured: David Wright (owner) ANL-171001-121755009

Country’s first hot chocolate museum opens in Sudbury

Sudbury’s newest museum to entice residents and tourists alike brings something a bit different to the town as it charts the history of hot chocolate.

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Sugar-free drinks as bad as real thing

Sugar-free drinks ‘as bad as real thing’

Drinking Diet Coke won’t stop you getting fat, according to new research.

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Creme de menthe and chocolate roulade

Something for the adults – a boozy cake for those late nights . . .

The period of time between Christmas Day and Epiphany on January 6th leaves plenty of space for cake and as much as I adore the classic festive fruit cake it’s good to break up its heft with something a little lighter.

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