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REVIEW: East Lavant stay is a right royal treat

On the neighbouring table you would have thought they had just won the Lotto rollover jackpot judging by the excited noises.

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Video: How to make brandy sauce

A Christmas pudding is a staple of any Christmas meal, but with such a rich and boozy pudding you need a great sauce.

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Video: How to make eggnog

For a drink that will help you get in the Christmas spirit, here is a quick and easy homemade recipe for eggnog from Iceland.

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Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Slimming World has made major changes to its diet plan with some popular ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’.

Health

Video: How to make brandy butter

If you cannot imagine Christmas without a dollop of brandy butter on your mince pies then check out this short and simple homemade recipe from Iceland.

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REVIEW: Petworth's angel is a heavenly treat

A row of books artistically arrayed above the fireplace included such heady titles as 'The History of Chair Making in High Wycombe'.

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Asda launch foot long chocolate eclair

The most gluttonous time of the year just got a bit more decadent as Asda have just revealed their latest addition to the bakery aisle – a foot long chocolate éclair.

Business
The awards trophy

Sussex food and drink grand finalists celebrate success

The grand finalists in the Sussex Food & Drink Awards 2018 were revealed today following an intensive eight-month judging process, supported by a record 15,000 public votes.
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Unique restaurant partnership celebrates its first ground-breaking year at Goodwood

Restaurants of note never stop pushing boundaries.

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REVIEW: White Horse at Chilgrove gallops to first place

From the row of neatly upturned Wellington boots to the array of hand made walking sticks, you know from the moment you cross the threshold of The White Horse that this is a true country pub.

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Food for 2018

Waitrose has revealed the food you’ll be eating in 2018

Japanese ‘dude food’, Indian tapas and plant protein look set to become the big dishes of 2018 according to a new report.

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Recipe: Leek and garlic mushroom pasta

As it is World Pasta Day we thought we would share this recipe for a quick and simple pasta dish that does not use too many ingredients.

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Nutella banana muffins with salted caramel

Four super easy baking recipes for kids

It’s National Baking Week so if you’re prepared to let the kids loose in the kitchen here are four very easy recipes from Pyrex that’ll turn them into little star bakers.

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NATIONAL CURRY WEEK RECIPE: Vegans, say Aloo to this dish

Parveen Ashraf looks at how curry lends itself to vegetarianism and veganism and shares one of her recipes.

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Getting rice right with Parveen Ashraf

RECIPE: Getting rice right

As it is National Curry Week we ask ‘The Spice Queen’ Parveen Ashraf for her tips on how to cook rice perfectly and whether reheated rice is a no no.

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Sussex success in the Michelin Guide and Bib Gourmand

Two Sussex restaurants have once again been awarded Michelin stars while another three have been awarded Bib Gourmands.

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Waitrose peach and almond tray cake. For thousands of recipes visit www.waitrose.com/recipes

Cakes to bake for Macmillan’s Coffee Morning

Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place this Friday so here are some scrumptious cake recipes from Waitrose for you to try.

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Festival of fine food and wine is a highlight of the culinary year

The 12th Hastings Seafood & Wine Festival has been hailed as a resounding success, attracting around 20 000 visitors to Hastings Old Town over last weekend (16th/17th September).

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Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

While builder’s tea - milk, two sugars - may be the stereotypical cuppa for most Brits, it seems that younger consumers are more adventurous in their leaf of choice.

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Gin a firm favourite after a chequered history

Gin a firm favourite after a chequered history

Sally Pavey speaks to a local couple about the renaissance of gin.

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