PUBLISHED: 14:30 23 May 2019 | UPDATED: 14:30 23 May 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Sample local food and meet the producers in St Peter's Church, Sudbury Picture: Emma Cabielles Archant Meet producers, taste some of the best local food, learn from top chefs, and shop 'til you drop at this year's free food festival. The team from Wooster's Bakery Picture: Emma CabiellesOne of Suffolk's biggest and best free food festivals is back next weekend.Taste of Sudbury returns to Market Hill and St Peter's Church on Sunday, June 9, with a focus on celebrating, sharing and discovering new and long-standing producers from Sudbury and surrounding areas.More than 60 stalls will be sprawled along Market Hill, selling everything from herbs and wild boar sausage rolls, to award-winning sourdough bread, while inside the church, you'll discover local wines, venison, macarons and more.The cookery theatre is back, with a line-up including bakers Will Wooster of Wooster's Bakery … [Read more...] about 15 reasons why you can’t miss Taste of Sudbury
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PUBLISHED: 12:30 26 April 2019 | UPDATED: 12:35 26 April 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Eric's Fish & Chips, Thornham Picture: Root Social Archant We asked seven of the region’s best-known chefs where they like to eat out when they have time off- here are 13 of their top suggestions. 1. Eric's, ThornhamChef Richard Hughes of The Assembly House has a real penchant for Eric Snaith's eponymous fish and chip restaurant on the north Norfolk coast. They do things a bit differently here. Aside from cracking fresh fish cooked in beef dripping (rapeseed oil also an option), there are arancini for veggies, Kansas wings, proper sausages in batter, and even battered black pudding fritters. For those of you with a sweet tooth, check out the ice cream, which comes with all manner of sauces and sprinkles so you can make your own sundae!2. The Unruly Pig, BromeswellWaffles on the brunch menu at The Unruly Pig Picture: Sarah Lucy BrownCurrent reigning Best … [Read more...] about Where do our region’s top chefs like to eat?
PUBLISHED: 12:30 16 April 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Cheese and pies at The Taste of Sudbury 2018 Picture: Emma Cabielles Photography emmacabiellesphotography Free food festival is back this summer. Inside St Peter's at The Taste of Sudbury 2018 Picture: Emma Cabielles PhotographyGrowing year on year under the direction of Justine Paul (from award-winning Suffolk Market Events) Taste of Sudbury returns to the heart of the market town this year on Sunday, June 9.Totally free to enter, the festival (open from 10am to 6pm) brings together dozens of food and drink producers from within a short distance of Sudbury, celebrating the very best ingredients, products, chefs and restaurants from South Suffolk and beyond.Almost sixty stalls will fill Market Hill, selling a range of top quality produce including Lavenham Red Poll beef, culinary, medicinal and aromatic fresh herbs, wild boar sausage rolls, locally-grown summer soft fruits, award-winning sourdoughs, … [Read more...] about What’s happening at The Taste of Sudbury this summer?