Blogs filed under “Food history”
Ok, so that may have been a bit of link bait – you know how these gadget freaks get all excited by the latest shiny things out of Cupertino – it’s bound to confuse them when the follow a link and find themselves on a blog dealing with East Anglia! So to avoid confusion: I […]
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately about traditional local recipes. The one thing that kept coming up time and again for Norfolk was dumplings, which I found quite surprising considering I grew up there and had never really come across them, let alone tried them. So my mission to make them began.
A smoked herring is a kipper. A kipper is a smelly, oily fish, eaten by old people for breakfast. Right? Well no, there’s a lot more to it than that! As recent converts to kippers for breakfast I was inspired to learn more about how they’re produced. It hasn’t taken long to uncover that different […]
Snape Maltings sits in a beautiful location on the banks of the River Alde. It’s most famous as a concert hall, and home of the Aldeburgh Festival, founded by Benjamin Britten. These days there’s a lot more there, and it’s still growing. There is a variety of shops and galleries, a cafe and restaurant, a […]
We hope you enjoy reading about our experiences as we uncover stories and food related gems around Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. We certainly hope to learn a lot along the way! We’ll be tweeting from @eatanglia, and you can also find us individually at @_brighteyed and @nomadpete. Thank you! L&P