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Stay at home and let the shopping come to you with these handy services – from essentials, to wine, chocolate and cake.

The annual event will now take place in the autumn.

Like the majority of workers in the UK, Charlotte is having to work from home during the coronavirus crisis. She is documenting what life is like.

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is creating recipes using storecupboard ingredients and the more unusual items you can find in the supermarkets.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is one of millions of people social distancing during the virus outbreak. She is sharing a diary of what daily life is like.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis has, like many others, been forced to work from home and social distance during the coronavirus outbreak. Every day she is sharing her thoughts.

Here are just some of the places you can eat in Suffolk at the moment - often without leaving your home or car.

Yesterday evening I felt an immense sense of sadness. Some of our region’s, and some of our country’s, biggest events have been cancelled. It feels as if a giant vacuum hovered over our universe and sucked out all the joy doesn’t it?

How much do you know about the world of food and drink?

Charlotte is one of the many people forced to work from home during the Coronavirus outbreak - she is documenting the ups and downs of living with ‘social distancing’.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis, like many others, is working from home currently on government advice - what’s it really like ‘out of office’. Today - gym visits and furry friends.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is one of the many people working at home at the moment as Coronavirus fever grips the country and following advice from the government - what’s it like one day in?

Stock up on locally made food, drink and crafts at the event coming to Trinity Park at the end of March.

Combine spring plant and garden furniture shopping with breakfast, lunch or a lovely slice of cake.

Tickets are available now for one of Suffolk’s biggest and best garden fairs.

Seasonal veg are given a Middle Eastern twist in this veggie-friendly tart.

Our food and drink editor visited this town centre gastropub a year after it was revamped.

The 250 seat eatery is part of an extensive refurbishment which took place last summer.

Has your favourite restaurant, pub, cafe, chef or producer made it onto the shortlist?

The all-you-can-eat, buffet-style breakfast is available at weekends only and begins this April.

As we prepare for Season Two’s second episode we reveal the nine prime suspects.

Alba Chiara is the only place in the county you can try the double-crusted speciality.

A touch of locally-produced truffle oil gives this bowl of comfort food a luxurious finish.

An artisan chocolate maker is launching its first seasonal collection at the weekend with samples for cocoa-loving customers.

The informal eatery combines cool cocktails and local beers with exciting starter-sized plates of food.

Support your independent bakers during Real Bread Week 2020.

Follow this week’s recipe for a sweet, orange-filled teatime treat.

The chef is also making a cracking breakfast using local sausages, bacon and eggs, homemade bread and homemade beans.

The Suffolk brewer is hoping to make waves with its newest product.

Try these refined sugar, dairy and gluten free treats, made in Norfolk.

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