He’s a self-appointed taste tester on the hunt for the perfect belly-busting breakfast, a man who truly knows his eggs from his bacon. In the run up to National Breakfast Week which begins on January 25, STACIA BRIGGS finds out why grease is the word for the mystery Fry-Up Inspector.
Have a merry local Christmas this year by filling your festive table with the best of Norfolk’s food and drink. The EDP has teamed up with the East of England Co-op to offer one lucky reader a Christmas dinner to remember with our annual competition to win a luxury lunch for December 25.
From Belgian chocolates to Transylvanian glass, the flavour and feel of the continent comes to four Norfolk market towns over the next few weeks as they are transformed into bustling European market places.
As part of the East of England Co-op Foodbank Appeal 2014, which the EDP and Norwich Evening News are backing, we are profiling foodbanks around the region. Today, we look at what is happening in Lowestoft.
They beat the Baltics, despite being better known for brewing beer and now their vodka has been hailed as the best in the world. STACIA BRIGGS went to Southwold to visit Adnams’ award-winning distillery.
It heralds the annual outing of the most famous breakfast in Norfolk and this year welcomes an orchestra with a difference, which will feature butternut squash bugles and carrot clarinets. STACIA BRIGGS looks forward to the Aylsham Food Festival this weekend.
It’s not the first place you’d think of if you were looking for high-class hospitality and fine dining but the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is planning a very different kind of operation in its restaurant next month. STACIA BRIGGS finds out what’s popping up at the NNUH.
It’s one of the UK’s biggest tomato sources, hidden in a secret corner of the Fens under the shadow of British Sugar’s flagship beet factory. During Red Tractor Week, STACIA BRIGGS visits Cornerways, Britain’s biggest glasshouse.
The waiting is over and the winners of the EDP Norfolk Food and Drink Awards 2014 have been announced at a spectacular awards ceremony held at the Norfolk Showground. STACIA BRIGGS presents this year’s Norfolk food and drink superstars.
The skies above Norwich might have been grey and overcast but beneath there were sizzling temperatures and an explosion of scintillating home-grown tastes as six butchers battled it out for the coveted ‘best banger’ title.
There are more than 60 independent coffee shops in the heart of Norwich and numerous chains serving the nation’s favourite hot beverages. A new event aims to recognise Norwich’s rich café environment and crown the best barista in the city. STACIA BRIGGS laps up the atmosphere.
The Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 is set to hit Norwich this weekend with plenty of delicious events to whet your appetite. STACIA BRIGGS finds out where you can feast on the street, take a Norfolk afternoon tea, visit a farm in the middle of the city and eat an Elvis Toastie Macaron this weekend.
It’s a celebration of farming, food and countryside, a chance to showcase the bounty of a unique landscape that produces a deliciously diverse array of food and drink. STACIA BRIGGS looks at the line-up at this year’s Brecks Food and Drink Festival.
It’s time to celebrate a decade of fantastic food and delicious drink. The Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 has been officially launched with six weeks of celebration to look forward to. STACIA BRIGGS joined almost 300 guests at The Assembly House in Norwich to kick-start the festival.
You nominated them, our judges selected them and now we can introduce the finalists for this year’s EDP Norfolk Food and Drink Awards in association with the East of England Co-Op. The winners will be announced at the gala awards ceremony at the Norfolk Showground on September 15.
It’s the largest event of its kind in the country and it’s right here in our fine county – the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 celebrates a delicious decade this year and has a programme of events guaranteed to whet every appetite. STACIA BRIGGS reveals some of the highlights of the first half of the festival.
With a larder that is the envy of the rest of Britain, chefs in Norfolk never struggle to find the very best ingredients with which to create their menu. A new event for the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival aims to shine a light on the best produce in the region. stacia briggs finds out why Norfolk produce is worth shouting about.