Food and Drink

For one Norwich woman, ketchup and mayonnaise simply didn’t cut the mustard in a fish finger sandwich.

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.

With restaurants and other eateries closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, some businesses are forging on by offering deliveries or takeaway-only service.

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.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is creating recipes using storecupboard ingredients and the more unusual items you can find in the supermarkets.

Get set for a free home economics lesson with your family.

Support our local farmers as they work overtime to get essentials into our kitchens.

Lots of places to eat are thinking on their feet and offering collection and delivery services. Here are the ones we know about so far.

Jive Kitchen in Norwich is turning up the heat and has started delivering emergency taco kits which also include a toilet roll.

A Norfolk cafe is set to deliver fry-ups and roast dinners direct to your door to make sure no one misses out while stuck indoors.

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New machinery is set to help a right Royal sausage-maker to find new markets for its products.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis paid a visit to the award-winning Duke’s Head in Somerleyton, with an overnight a shepherd’s hut.

A bakery and café chain owner has called for government help after takings plummeted overnight following the prime minister’s advice to avoid “pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues”.

Coast Kitchen Cafe offers brunches, takeaway picnic boxes and small plate lunches.

Reviewer Stuart Anderson ‘Thai-ed’ out a thriving venue in a coastal town that’s better known for its crab than its curry.

A great annual gathering of Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex food and drink producers has become the latest casualty of the coronavirus crisis after it was postponed to a later date.

Food and drink producers are celebrating after clinching post-Brexit deals as a result of a trade mission to continental Europe.

With fillings ranging from strawberry to salted caramel, a Norwich business has launched a cheesecake station where customers can create their own sweet treat.

Producers of the spirit are giving away miniature bottles until early April.

Forget everything you think you know about golf clubhouses; step inside The Stables and you realise you’re in for a right royal treat, courtesy of Royal Norwich at The Weston Estate.

The bakery, run by a local restaurant, will also house one of the county’s poshest dog accessories shops.

A touch of locally-produced truffle oil gives this bowl of comfort food a luxurious finish.

The premises shut under previous ownership in January and have been turned around in less than two months.

Donna-Louise Bishop feels she’s found food perfection in north Norfolk at a pub that seems to get universally excellent reviews. Find out why she only had good things to say.

Now’s your chance to experience the delights of fudgy brigadeiros and Nutella-filled ninhos.

A Norwich restaurant is toasting to success after being named the best for vegetarians in the whole of England.

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