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Tom Flint: A touch of variety at the Marina

Brighton Marina has been undergoing quite a facelift lately. The number of restaurants on offer has doubled, with big brands such as Five Guys, Franco Manca and Las Iguanas taking up properties in the new development.
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Superb textured in the cured duck and egg yolk dish

Tom Flint: A celebration of Sussex and Sweden

The Brighton and Hove Food Festival is not just about Sussex.

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Key Lime Pie by Kimberly Vardeman (Wikimedia Commons).

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The fuzzy origins of Key Lime Pie

What do the Hawaiian Crow, Wyoming Toad, and Black Soft-Shell Turtle all have in common?

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Treehouse

Hunt, gather, cook in Ashdown Forest

Will Allen goes on a food adventure in the Sussex countryside.

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Pork knuckle vindaloo at the Chilli Pickle

Tom Flint: Curry and Riesling, A match made in heaven

I am by my own admission a bit of an amateur when it comes to wine. I know that I like it, perhaps a little too much, and have some knowledge around grape varieties and regions, but am by no means a wine buff.

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A feast for the sport of kings at Goodwood

A feast for the sport of kings at Goodwood

Horse racing might be the ‘sport of kings’ but it is enjoyed by people from every walk of life.

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Eton Mess by Jeremy Keith

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: Class in a glass

When the rest of us were frequenting the tuck shop for a Taz or Freddo, somewhere in Berkshire there was a queue for Eton Mess.

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Contestants wanted for Come Dine With Me

Contestants wanted for Come Dine With Me

ITV Studios is looking for new keen amateur chefs to take part in the hugely popular Channel 4 show, Come Dine with Me.

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Ockenden Manor Hotel and Spa at Cuckfield

REVIEW: Sussex wine brings a whole new sparkle to dining out

It wasn’t so many years ago that English wine was considered, at best, a novelty addition to the sommelier’s list.

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Jerk Chicken a plate of delicious goodness

Tom Flint: A slice of Barbados on North Road

Growing up in Bristol I was a regular attendee to the annual St Paul’s carnival in the city. This was a fantastic celebration of the food, drink and culture of the Caribbean and was always a massive party.

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Thousands of recipes can be found at www.waitrose.com/recipes

Recipes for fish lovers

As it is fish and chip day we thought we would share a couple of excellent fish recipes with you.

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Chippy fans from Sussex rate salt as their favourite fish supper accompaniment

Chippy fans from Sussex rate salt as their favourite fish supper accompaniment

It may be Britain’s national dish, but it does seem that we aren’t quite as united in how we actually eat the humble fish and chip supper.

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Peach Melba

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: What’s in a name?

Would Judy ever have been to Oz if she had kept her real name?

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The joy of a perfectly poached egg

Tom Flint: A café that does breakfast justice

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is pretty much the first thing I think about when I wake up, and is generally what gets me out of bed in the morning. I cannot confirm its importance, but I can certainly say that I am a fan of breakfast, so long may it continue.

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Sliced bread courtesy of Max Pixel SUS-170525-110610001

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The man behind sliced bread

Otto Frederick Rohwedder was one of life’s winners.

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Sussex and the World Weekend on Hove Lawns (Photograph: Julia Claxton)

Tom Flint: Celebrating Brighton and Hove's hospitality scene

May is a very busy month for Brighton and Hove. Not only do we have the Brighton Arts and Fringe festivals, but we also have the Brighton and Hove Spring Harvest Food Festival.

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Wholewheat Spaghetti with Cherry Tomatoes. The Vegetarian Society

Quick and simple vegetarian recipes

National Vegetarian Week May 15 - 21 is all about getting stuck in and going veggie for the week.

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