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The Fry Up Inspector, the anonymous blogger who has reviewed more than 300 fry-ups in Norwich and across the country, at Pandora's Kitchen.
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Every week I’m asked where my favourite place in Norwich is to go for breakfast. There are so many places to get a great breakfast in Norwich it’s really difficult to narrow it down to just one.

Pancakes with sugar and lemon. Check out Frank's Bar's recipe below. Photo: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

To celebrate Shrove Tuesday, we asked Frank’s Bar on Bedford Street in Norwich for their perfect pancake recipe.

A cleared plate: The only type of 'food review' that really matters, says restauranteur Richard Hughes.

You wait years for one national newspaper restaurant reviewer to come along and then two appear almost at the same time.

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Food critic Jay Rayner was in the city on Monday, bringing his one-man Dining Hell show to the Norwich Playhouse.

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Whether you are a seasoned vegan, a dabbling vegetarian, or a curious meat eater questioning your food choices, head down to Norwich and seek out one of these vegan and vegetarian restaurants.

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RICHARD BAINBRIDGE, chef proprietor of Benedicts restaurant in Norwich and star of TV’s recent Great British Menu, is sharing with Weekend readers another two classic retro dishes in support of charity Marie Curie and its new fundraiser, Dinner Down Memory Lane. Read, cook and be inspired to help...

Bainbridge recipes MUST credit katja bainbridge

RICHARD BAINBRIDGE, chef proprietor of Benedicts restaurant in Norwich and star of TV’s recent Great British Menu, is sharing with Weekend readers another two classic retro dishes in support of charity Marie Curie and its new fundraiser, Dinner Down Memory Lane. Read, cook and be inspired to help...

Sisters (L) Sarah Hughes-Wade and Rachel Hughes-Green who run the Firepit Camp in Wendling, are taking part in the Great Pumpkin Rescue. Picture: Ian Burt

Thousands of tonnes are cut and carved to create goulish lanterns for our doorsteps and windowsills every year.

Nanny Bush's Trifle by Richard Bainbridge

This week viewers of TV’s Great British Menu have been hooked as Norfolk chef Richard Bainbridge has cooked his way through the final heat. At the same time, Richard has been sharing his retro recipes to support Marie Curie’s new fundraiser, Dinner Down Memory Lane with Weekend readers. Today Richard, chef proprietor of Benedicts restaurant in Norwich, shares more of his tasty recipes to inspire unforgettable dinner parties.

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Well, where to start! Hmm, the 1980s, I think! Birthday parties would not have been the same without the buffet table laid out with 80s treats such as orange Clubs, Twiglets and – if you were in my house – soft crisps that had been placed on the table ready for the party before breakfast.

Bungay Castle Food & Drink Fair part of the Waveney Valley Food & Drink Festival.
Official opening of the 2014 event by Peter Aldous MP with Keith Parker festival chairman the Mayor of Bungay, Bungay Town Crier and the Town Reeve.

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There’ll be a welcome in the valley this weekend as the Waveney Valley Food and Drink Festival returns to help put the area’s food on the culinary map. STACIA BRIGGS takes a cook’s tour of the festival.

Richard Bainbridge at Benedicts on St Benedicts Street, Norwich.
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Norwich chef Richard Bainbridge will be endeavouring to plate up perfection for harsh critics this week as he represents the region on BBC Two’s Great British Menu.

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This dessert (or afternoon treat) always reminds me of my childhood. Sitting in the middle of my living room floor after getting back from the big weekly shop and mum’s secret treat of a cup of tea and a tea cake which we had together in front of the telly before my sister would get back from school. So now, every time I make this, I just want to sit in the middle of my living room with a cuppa before everyone comes home!

EDP Norfolk Food Awards 2015 at the Norfolk Showground. Host s Darren Eadie and Angi Kennedy with some of the winners. Photo: Angela Sharpe

The waiting is over and the winners of the EDP Norfolk Food and Drink Awards 2015 have been announced at a spectacular awards ceremony held at the Norfolk Showground. STACIA BRIGGS presents this year’s Norfolk food and drink superstars.

North Norfolk Food & Drink Festival at Holkham Hall. Eric Snaith giving a cooking demonstration. Picture: Ian Burt

A showcase of Norfolk’s best produce Norfolk was staged in the scenic grounds of a north country estate at the weekend.

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Anticipation is building for the fourth annual Great Yarmouth Food Festival which was officially launched this week.

East Twenty Six bar and restaurant, Exchange Street, Norwich. 
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Hundreds of diners, nearly two dozen of Norwich’s finest independent restaurants and thousands of pounds raised for a worthy cause: tickets for Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast may have sold out already, but you can still be part of the mystery tour for taste buds.

Food hygiene inspectors take readings at a local restaurant. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Nearly a fifth of the region’s takeaway restaurants inspected this year failed food hygiene tests – despite overall standards improving.

Rachel Hughes Green (right) and Sarah Hughes Wade at the Firepit Camp in Wendling, the location for a Forgotten Food Festival. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Historic ingredients and traditional recipes will be celebrated at one of the region’s top food festivals this weekend.

Launch of Norfolk Food and Drink in Norwich this evening at Open.

The county’s lavish larder will be celebrated all year round after the official launch of Norfolk Food and Drink.

Norwich City of Ale 2015 festival publicans, brewers and supporters raise a glass at the launch in the memeorial gardens, Norwich.Pictured front Dawn Leeder and Phil Cutter Photo: Steve Adams

As the Norwich City of Ale prepares to celebrate its fifth year, a competition is being held to find a name for the new charity beer.

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