FOOD FOR THOUGHT (& FROLICKING)

EADT Suffolk - - Folkeast -

From full-blown meals to must-try nib­bles and flavour­some liq­uid re­fresh­ments, FolkEast is full of lo­cal sug­ges­tions to tickle the taste­buds. Sheer de­li­cious­ness with sound prove­nance! Here are just a few ideas to en­joy.

FROM LOW­EST­OFT

- Tim Dun­ford’s Jack­a­lope ale from Green Jack Brew­ery – just £3 a pint!

FROM WOOD­BRIDGE

- Ver­non Black­more’s divine duck wraps and The Cake Shop’s de­light­ful ar­ti­san of­fer­ings.

FROM PEASENHALL

– Chris Rayner-Green’s dis­cern­ingly roasted cof­fees, cour­tesy of The Suf­folk Cof­fee Com­pany.

FROM HALESWORTH

– Species-spe­cific veni­son, game and ‘Jack­a­lope’ pies made by Steve and Lynn Tricker at Truly Trace­able.

FROM THEBERTON

– Fes­ti­val baker, Mar­tin Clarke cre­ates mag­i­cal flat­breads and so much more on site in his wood-fired bread oven.

FROM SOUTH­WOLD

– Ad­nam’s flavoured gins – which one will you choose?

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