The hospitality industry was dealt a fresh blow over the weekend, with mutterings from the scientific community suggesting pubs and restaurants should close in September, enabling schools to re-open.
Yes, you can make delicious sushi without meat or fish says our food and drink editor.
More and more people have turned to baking and cooking in lockdown, with arty bread being a huge hit. Follow our recipe to make it yourself.
Group food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is not alone in fantasising about all the restaurants, cafes and pubs she wants to head to when they eventually re-open. Here are just some of the things she’s looking forward to indulging in.
As part of our series celebrating the cakes and bakes of the UK, group food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares her recipe for a schooltime classic with a tasty twist.
Restaurants hate it...and haters love it, but what is the future of review platforms as we ease towards the tail-end of lockdown? Should diners really be kicking businesses already at an all-time low?
On her journey around the cakes and bakes of the UK, this week our food editor recreates a London favourite served in schools all over Britain today.
The annual celebration of the county’s food and drink will now take place in 2021.
The award-winning dining spot in north Norfolk has multiple accolades for its sharing plates, with orders being taken for collection from June 13.
Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares her twist on a classic East Anglian bake that’s somewhere between a biscuit and a scones.
Chef patron of the award-winning Norwich restaurant Richard Bainbridge shares how to make a starter, main course and dessert with a Benedicts twist.
Do you know your radler from your ‘hard seltzer’? Toby from Sir Toby’s Beers explains the difference.
No cream, sugar, butter or chocolate is needed to whip-up this delicious batch of fudge goodness.
Get yours in time for VE Day or an ‘at home’ picnic this weekend.
Simon Blackwell set up the kitchen in a week and is now serving the community of Dereham and beyond with fresh bread.
We might even see him team up (remotely) with pal James Martin for an episode or two.
The business in the north of the county beat off stiff competition to take the accolade.
Now’s a great time to brush up on your wine knowledge.
Get in the kitchen and whip up a batch of your family’s favourite dumpling recipe - you could win a prize.
Like the majority of workers in the UK, Charlotte is having to work from home during the coronavirus crisis. She is documenting what life is like.
Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is creating recipes using storecupboard ingredients and the more unusual items you can find in the supermarkets.
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