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    Sunday, 18 April 2021 18:41

    Food Season at The British Library

    Food Season at The British Library is back with a mouth-watering menu of digital events inspired by the cookbooks, recipes and culinary stories in our collection. Founded and curated by food historian and British Library curator Polly Russell with award-winning food writer Angela Clutton as Guest Director, the season features an array of chefs, historians and food writers for a series of live conversations that you can tune into wherever you are. Speakers include Madhur Jaffrey, Raymond Blanc, Calum Franklin, Tom Kerridge, Ruby Tandoh and we’ll be covering topics from manuscript cookery sources, food and machismo, the cheese history of the UK, Caribbean cooking and restaurant criticism.

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    Tuesday, 02 April 2019 16:38

    Food Season with The British Library

    Don't miss this wonderful menu of events, talks and tastings for Food Season with The British Library. Yum!

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    Thursday, 21 September 2017 21:04

    Wild Suffolk at Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival.

    A spectacular new area at Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, bringing together all the elements from the sky, sea and land - things that all go to make up our wonderful 'Wild Suffolk'. Find me in the Food Writers Corner, telling you exactly what I think about the modern forager.

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    Don't miss this four week celebration of food, farming, landscape and the arts at White House Farm, Great Glemham, near the Suffolk coast.  Intermingling arts with food, farming and heritage crafts, farm suppers, festival talks and a pop up shop and a tea room. Festival talks include 'Unearthed' this Friday 12th May by local food writer in residence Tessa Allingham. Tessa, who co-authored Unearthed, is going to use the book and the stories in it to explore some of the things that are important to her, and that she loves writing about - food provenance, and the people who grow, rear, fish, farm, bake, cook and sell the wonderful food we have in Suffolk, as well as some of the wider issues about traceability and honesty in food that this subject invokes. The talk includes a delicious soup, bread and cheese supper afterwards.

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    Monday, 10 August 2015 17:32

    I want one of these

    The people who win prizes for writing about food.

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    Saturday, 05 September 2015 17:25

    Cookbook Confidential

    A day of talks and food related events for a tenner with food stalls inside and Kerb outside? I had to go. I chose How to make a career out of food to see what I might have missed. Cake Boy and Plenish had stalls in the foyer and the hour long session with the panel of chefs and foodies was useful and encouraging. John Vincent - founder of Leon - gave the best advice to someone who wanted to know how to make the transition from being employed by someone else to running their own food business.

    'Get out your phone', he said, so she did.

    'Now call your boss and hand in your notice...'

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    This Saturdays media contribution to foodie enlightenment - featuring Pump Street bakery, and rather too many blogs from the US we think. But we do quite like A Girl Called Jack who has the cheapest tastiest recipes imagineable, proving that as long as you know how to cook, being on a low income doesn't mean you have to go to Iceland for everything.

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    Friday, 30 March 2012 14:27

    Writing about Food

    Here's a challenge. A writing competition for foodies. You might be better at it than us.

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    Monday, 28 November 2011 00:07

    Do you want to be a food blogger?

    Are you eating out in Suffolk? Do you have an opinion about local food and can cook a bit yourself? Fancy joining us and writing for suffolkfoodie? We would welcome your input if you do. Just e mail us here and we will tell you how.
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    Wednesday, 04 May 2011 12:55

    OMG it's OFM

    If you know of any good restaurants, cheap eats, places to drink, Sunday lunches or BEST FOOD BLOG, consider entering them in the OFM awards by 24th June. And if you have devised your own cocktail recipe you can also enter that...here at suffolkfoodie we have several of those.


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