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Eating Out or Eating In

It’s not been an easy few months for those working in the food industry. But the challenges have been met with resilience and innovation. Here, we’ve picked eight reasons to celebrate the work of everyone in the world of Norfolk food and drink during lockdown.

Food and Drink

A new business is bringing a pizza the action to villages across Norfolk where residents can miss out on takeaways due to their rural location.

Bread-making demonstrations, pastry creations and insights into the region’s delicious delicacies took pride of place during Norfolk’s inaugural virtual food festival.

Mushy peas on the side. Salt and vinegar on freshly-fried chips. Perhaps a dollop of curry sauce on top.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Our corner of the world is peppered with stand-out local produce and celebrated places to grab a bite to eat.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Food lovers can enjoy local produce online through Norfolk’s first-ever Virtual Food Festival.

Food lovers will be able to enjoy local produce online through Norfolk’s first-ever Virtual Food Festival.

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.

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