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Follow this week's recipe for a sweet, orange-filled teatime treat.

Handmade pizzas and ice cream, huge Sunday roasts and interesting small plate dishes form the menu at this restaurant close to Roarr Dinosaur Adventure.

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It was one of the most at-risk buildings in the country at one time - now this place is an award winner.

Popular baker expands her range in 2020 due to customer demand.

Try these refined sugar, dairy and gluten free treats, made in Norfolk.

The eatery is based at a popular tourist destination near the coast.

It's World Nutella Day on Wednesday (February 5). Now while we all might have an affection for the gooey, nutty spread, there are some luxurious alternatives to consider too.

We put a selection of them to the test!

Warm up over breakfast with a slice of this sticky, gooey, spiced enriched bread filled with flavours from northern Europe.

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Great food with an emphasis on local puts these pubs on the British foodie map.

Have a lay-in and get a fry-up, breakfast bun or pancakes brought right to your front door.

Food bloggers and diners are raving about the new food offering at The Fat Cat and Canary.

Sharing platters, tasting menus and themed afternoon teas await you and your lover this February.

The rural inn, known for seasonal food and good beer on tap has been recommended by The Good Pub Guide.

Eat out in Norfolk and vote for your favourite burger- with vegan, veggie and beef-free options included.

Want to get away from it all closer to home? Our food and drink editor suggests a little escape only 30 minutes from the heart of Norwich.

Have you switched to a plant-based diet for January? Looking for inspiration in the kitchen? Here's a selection of tried and trusted recipes from East Anglian chefs.

Nutrition expert Catherine Jeans shares vital tips to ensure you'll get all the goodness you need to keep you healthy on a plant-based diet.

From open fire cooking, to bubble tea and nut butters- where can you try the new year's biggest food trends?

Our reviewers have been out and about trying out your recommendations this year, as well as newcomers to the dining scene.

Here are just some of the pubs, cafes and restaurants which made an impression.

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