Caring for your Christmas Tree

Caring for your Christmas Tree

SuffolkFoodHall Top tips for looking after your Christmas tree. November 06, 2019 Christmas BLOG   intro Isn’t it the most wonderful thing, picking your perfect Christmas tree, that tree that can hold all the decorations you’ve accumulated over the years...
Recipe Time

Recipe Time

Foodie tips October 30, 2019 Foodie tips Recipe    Time If you have a sweet tooth or you crave something sugary after dinner or a workout, why not make this delicious milkshake for you, your partner or your family. Packed with protein, peanut butter and avocado which...
Secret Suffolk – On the water

Secret Suffolk – On the water

Secret Suffolk – On the water With approximately 50 miles of beautiful Suffolk coastline to make the most of as temperatures both in and out of the sea start to warm up. June 20, 2019 Suffolk Story Secret   Suffolk With approximately 50 miles of beautiful...
Summer on the farm

Summer on the farm

Summer on the farm June 14, 2019 Our Story | Uncategorized Summer   Farming With calving finished and all the breeding cows and their calves out on the grass, work on the cattle slows down a little. Cattle still need to be checked twice a day but it is now a pleasant...
Say Cheese

Say Cheese

Say Cheese May 16, 2019 Food Hall Say   Cheese Barbecue season is here and it’s not just about burgers, sausages and kebabs, oh no, it’s much more than that. Like cheese! we spoke to our delicatessen superstar Harry who gave us his top cheeses for the BBQ...

April 22, 2019 Our Story Bee   Friendly I’ve always loved bees. A balmy June day without the hum of busy, pollen-laden insects on our amaethyst haze of fragrant lavendar just wouldn’t be summer! As a child, I remember my grandfather telling me how...
A trip to Wantisden

A trip to Wantisden

A trip to Wantisden April 01, 2019 Our Story A Farm   Trip It’s always great when we are invited to see where exactly our meat comes from, and to see the local farms that rear the animals.  Me and Craig (our skilled butchery manager) took a trip to meet Tim...
The History of Afternoon Tea

The History of Afternoon Tea

The History of Afternoon Tea Learn more about the history of Afternoon Tea! March 18, 2019 Cookhouse Restaurant Afternoon   Tea Afternoon tea, that most quintessential of English customs, is perhaps surprisingly, a relatively new tradition. Whilst the custom of...
Food Fact – origin of our meat words

Food Fact – origin of our meat words

Food Fact – origin of our meat words A foodie fact about the origin of the wording of our meat sources. March 09, 2019 Foodie tips Food   Fact It is a peculiarity of the English language that we use a different word for the animal and the meat that comes from...

February 23, 2019 Our Story Our   Sourdough Our standard sourdough is made with Marriages Premier White high grade flour, it’s high in protein and untreated with no improvers. We only add salt, water and a sourdough wild yeast starter made with just rye flour...
Field Fit – A different way to keep fit

Field Fit – A different way to keep fit

Field Fit – A different way to keep fit Field Fit is a unique way to stay fit, with obstacle course racing, bootcamps and circuit training. James our production kitchen manager tells us all about how he's getting on! February 20, 2019 Events Field   Fit Apart...

Day in the loaf of a Baker

Day in the loaf of a Baker Want to know what it's like being a baker? Well Dan our ex-apprentice walks you through a day in the loaf... February 07, 2019 Our Story A Day in the   Loaf Perhaps not as early a start as you would expect, our bakers start at 6am on...