Just because a chef is famous doesn’t mean they’re always right – Richard Hughes delves into one of Mary Berry’s lesser-known cookbooks to create some monstrous meals for a discerning diner on his doorstep.
As someone with a sweet tooth, I was overjoyed at the prospect of having various different cheesecakes laid out before me, waiting to be tucked into, but only one could be crowned the creamy champion. Here’s a look at the results:
Wednesday sees the long-awaited opening of the Woolf & Bird restaurant in Norwich, which recently featured on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch. For East Anglian business partners and co-owners Francis Woolf and Felix Rehberg it’s been a whirlwind couple of years. We sat down with them to learn more about the men behind the Woolf...
How great is brunch? You don’t have to dress up (leave PJs at home though). There can be cocktails involved. And it’s an excuse to eat fries in the morning. Here are some cracking Norfolk brunch havens for a lazy, hazy afternoon.
He reinvigorated a long-running fish and chip business making it one of the go to places in the quirky Norwich Lanes area. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE spoke to Duane Dibartolomeo owner of Grosvenor Fish Bar who is up for a major tourism award.
Farmer’s wife Rachel Ashford cooked her way to victory on Tuesday night’s Norfolk edition of the hit Channel 4 show, and with local celebrities Donna Africa and Ben Malhado in the mix there were bound to be some memorable moments. We count down the 10 best quotes from the episode.
While the menu offers burgers, burritos and little plates for snacking and sharing, the choice of 15 different taco fillings make them the main attraction at Lust & Liquor on St Benedict’s Street in Norwich.