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EAT - Mapua Country Store

We worked on the signage for Mapua Country Store so we’re delighted to see it standing proud and open for business! Kirsten Ammann and her team have collected a range of local products (and some from further afield) from the humble spud right up to (my personal favourite) bean-to-bar chocolate from Tony Robson-Burrell’s range. 153 more words

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EAT - Oh Joy! Gourmet food in Ruby Bay

Recently opened is the Ruby Bay Kitchen – run by chef, Tony Robson-Burrell and his wife, Holly.  Your dogged researchers, Neil and I, ate from their small and delicious menu last night. 176 more words

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SHOP - Kete, Mapua Wharf

Kete, on Mapua Wharf in the newly opened retail spaces, have done a lot of detective work (and plenty of tastings!) to bring us an eclectic array of locally-sourced, produced and made products. 98 more words

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Staffroom sampling: Shaken Udder salted caramel milkshake

There was excitement in the staffroom as, for the second time in a week, a box of goodies arrived for a sampling.

Guessing the contents of the box, I was tempted to squirrel it away in a classroom cupboard and take it home for my own enjoyment. 338 more words

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Staffroom Sampling: Fairfields Farm Adnams crisps

There are few places more bleak than a school staffroom in January.  The excitement of Christmas and the party season is over; diets have started in earnest; and teachers who have spent two weeks overindulging are thrown back into the reality of early starts, late-night marking and staff meetings. 352 more words

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Supplier of the Month: M&S Flowerco

M&S Flowerco, run by Scott and Michael, have been supplying great quality beautiful flowers to Jefferies Family Supermarket for many, many years. They provide excellent and friendly service.

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Spotlight on.....Macaron Bliss


Something I have been keen to do since starting the food blog has been to showcase all the amazing and unique food producers we are lucky to have in Suffolk.  871 more words

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