March 3 2015 Latest news:
Business representatives from across west Norfolk have welcomed the announcement of a multimillion pound expansion to the Mars Food Ltd site in King’s Lynn.
A multi-million pound expansion to a west Norfolk food manufacturer is set to be announced by the prime minister today as part of a trade and investment link-up between the US and the UK.
Lisa Scothern, head butcher at Creake Abbey Food Hall in North Creake, is imparting some of her vast knowledge to the public in a new series of food workshops. Kathryn Cross went along to find out more.
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.
Billed as Britain’s only dedicated scone competition, more than 90 people rose to the occasion at this year’s Wroxham Barns Scone Competition.
The love of the great British scone will see bakers do battle in a bid to be crowned a Norfolk champion.
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 was a perfectly porcine way to start proceedings at the Brecks Food and Drink Festival which begins today. STACIA BRIGGS joined this year’s Walk the Pork near Oxborough.
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.