Saturday , October 31 2020


We all love cooking at home but could sometimes do with a bit of inspiration – whether you are preparing breakfast, lunch or dinner! Our recipes use produce from Norfolk and Suffolk and many are suggested by some of the leading chefs in East Anglia. There are recipes for vegans and vegetarians, and also for those of us who are gluten free. Some are easy and some are more ambitious, for, say, a dinner party or special birthday. There are brunch ideas, lots of delicious desserts, recipes to cook with children, and a few cocktail suggestions – often using gins, wines, beers and whiskies produced in Norfolk and Suffolk. Many of the recipes are seasonal, celebrating asparagus, venison or Cromer crab!

Wild Bramble Mousse

Wild Bramble Mousse 1

Pick your own blackberries in the late summer for this perfect light pudding from Mary Berry – and freeze some to use later in the year as well. You can purée the blackberries in a food processor after cooking, as this makes it easier to pass them through a sieve.

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Onion, artichoke & sage open tart

Onion, artichoke & sage open tart 2

With buttery puff pastry and a deliciously herby filling, this tart is simple to make and so good to eat. Puff is the ultimate comfort food pastry and works so well with these vegetables. You can buy chargrilled artichokes but they are often packed in oil, so drain them well before adding them to the tart.

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