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Welcome to our February issue which we’ve had great fun pulling together. We all had a lovely break over Christmas - you can read about my week in Tenerife where I enjoyed some much-needed sunshine!
But we are now back and raring to go. Our thoughts turn to weddings in this month of romance and I take a look at the foodie trends for those all-important receptions! Gone are the days when chicken tarragon and profiteroles were the norm. It is fascinating to see how much choice there is now, and just how individual you can make your Big Day.
We also, thanks to Keiron Tovell, get up close and personal with a herd of water buffalo which makes its home on the Sandringham Estate, and we meet some of the region’s foodie bloggers who keep us entertained and educated on a daily basis.
Our deputy editor, Emma Outten, reports on a stay at Andover House in Great Yarmouth and also samples The Saracen’s Head, in the pretty countryside at Wolterton, near Aylsham.
Add in all our usual columnists, an interview with Michael Baker at his family’s Holt store, and a preview of this year’s big foodie events, and there’s a goodly mix of features to enjoy. We also have two new names for you this month: Roger Hickman, the well-known Norwich chef, joins us as a columnist to share some of his knowledge; and we have a new member of staff, Diane Green, who is our new brand manager, working with Rachael Young on the commercial side of the business. A very big welcome to all.
Congratulations to Melody from Norwich, who won our December issue competition - a meal for four at The Last Wine Bar in Norwich. And don’t miss this month’s competition which is a treat for two at Imagine Spa at Blofield Heath, near Acle.