Aldeburgh... fresh fish nearly every day
Cherries from the side of the road...
A Ceviche pop up with Martin Morales
Camp-fire cooking
Food at Fetes and Festivals
Local markets and home grown vegetables...
A Suffolk field of oil seed rape
Delicious home-made paella
    Thursday, 02 December 2010 07:40

    Warm pizza bread and pasties but no time...

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    Often go to this bakers in Eye, just the thing to warm up after a cold morning out but would like to have more time to go to the cafe down the road  - how is the coffee?

    Friday, 03 December 2010 07:37

    Jerusalem Fartichokes

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    Have you noticed? Unlike asparagus and strawberries now these are truly seasonal and grow like weeds. I dug these up before the ground got too hard and made a delicious lunch with a grating of Lincolnshire Poacher cheddar on top. Mmmm... 

    Monday, 06 December 2010 07:35

    British Street Food Awards

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    If you want to know what we're about at suffolkfoodie listen to this afternoon's Food Programmeon R4, or watch the video - or be greedy and have it all while you look at www.britishstreetfood.co.uk.

    Sunday, 05 December 2010 07:34

    Rabbit Hunting - part one

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    Well, not so much hunting as waiting for them to come for the carrots.

    Monday, 06 December 2010 06:53

    Are you under eighteen and had a great lunch?

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    The Guild Of Food Writers is looking for entries for its food writing competition.

    Thursday, 09 December 2010 06:51

    Rabbit Hunting - part two

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    That is the problem (and advantage) with killing your own animals. You have to face the fact that it was once alive and it makes you eat less meat, which is a good thing. It wasn't easy - a huge arguement with my son, frozen hands and now the last thing we want to eat is rabbit. So into the freezer until the memory has faded, but I am still hoping to run over a deer.

    Friday, 10 December 2010 06:47

    Carluccio's

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    Went to see The Social Network and tried to get a pizza afterwards but full of Office Christmas Party people. Haven't been to Carluccio's yet and it was ok, but they need to slow down - we practically had the card machine before we finished dessert. PS. If you don't work in an office but would like to go to an Office Christmas Party it's not too late - we can organise one?

    Friday, 10 December 2010 06:45

    Excerpt from a message from my Daughter in Mallorca

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    ... i know you say every year oohh your not getting any presents this year but i really dont need anything for christmas apart from some good ENGLISH food like ham and rice pudding AND haddock lasagne...

    Monday, 03 January 2011 00:00

    you can still get on board the foodie bus

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    the secret garden party festival

    So now anyone can do it and it's going to be big - in August there was an International Food Bloggers Conference in Seattle, featuring food sponsors, talks on blogging ethics, special diets and five course menus for breakfast lunch and dinner. I might call my blogging mates in this area and see if they want to come with me next year; because we are going to change the way you think about food.

    Monday, 03 January 2011 00:00

    and they have such good names

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    A quick look through the thousands of food blogs that I can connect to in a moment takes me into a foodie world that was previously inaccessible.  From beautifully photographed decorated cupcakes in New York, to sushi in Japan, via a sweet-maker in Indonesia - the skill and dedication of people who cook, photograph and write about food is inspiring, and can make you instant friends with people around the world who are as passionate as you. And they have such great names – Eat like a Girl, Rate My Sausage or Kiss My Spatula anyone?  

    Here on suffolkfoodie you will find gorgeous Suffolk food -  there is so much of it. I am not an expert chef but I do love cooking and eating, and nothing pleases me more than buying a pumpkin from the side of the road, or a home-made cake from a village fete, or discovering a cafe that still sells liver and bacon casserole (with fried onions and fresh cabbage) for under a fiver. I want to celebrate what comes out of my garden, from down my road and in my village. It should be easy to find, good and cheap Suffolk produce – just as easy as it is to find a simple and cheap risotto in Italy, and through the suffolkfoodie community we will encourage, not condemn.

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