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Stamford’s newest chip shop opens its doors to customers

Former publicans Robert and Jayne Hayre have just opened a chip shop in Stamford and are looking forward to meet lots of new customers.

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Owner of the Rutland Cookery School Robin Stewart chats to Jackie Johnson at the launch party Photo: Alan Walters

Passing on joy of food is aim of Rutland Cookery School

A new cookery school has opened in Rutland offering a range of courses to give everyone a helping hand in the kitchen - from beginners to professional chefs.

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What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

For many Brits there’s nothing better than a greasy, full English but with so much to include on the plate, what’s your must-have ingredient?

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Visitors to last years food festival

Festivals return to Meadows

Both the Stamford Food and Drink Festival and Stamford Music Festival will return to the town’s Meadows this summer – following their successful debuts in 2016.

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Sugar-free drinks as bad as real thing

Sugar-free drinks ‘as bad as real thing’

Drinking Diet Coke won’t stop you getting fat, according to new research.

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Vic Uttley of Rutland Roots

Rural Roots veg box scheme is proving a success this Christmas

A Christmas dinner box scheme is delivering local produce to doorsteps across Rutland this festive season.

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Morrisons supermarkets across the UK will be giving away 200,000 wonky carrots in an effort to support the Christmas tradition of leaving out refreshments for Father Christmas and his trusty reindeers on Christmas Eve.

Morrisons to give away ‘wonky’ carrots for families to feed reindeer

Morrisons supermarkets across the UK will be giving away 200,000 wonky carrots in an effort to support the Christmas tradition of leaving out refreshments for Father Christmas and his trusty reindeers on Christmas Eve, as research shows that the UK spends £13m feedings Santa and his reindeer each year.

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From the Blue Bell pub at Glinton   Nick, Will, Bridget and Kelly Frankgate cooking and serving christmas lunch for the Glinton Friendship Club at the village hall. EMN-160512-150100009

Blue Bell serves up Christmas lunch for village’s friendship club

A club which provides friendship for the over-60s in the village received a visit from friends bearing gifts last week - a Christmas lunch.

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Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Brits are turning up their noses at ‘trending’ veg people post in recipes on social media - with celery named as the most hated.

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Children now drink a bath full of sugary drinks every year

Children now drink a bath full of sugary drinks every year

Children as young as 11 drink the equivalent of almost a bath full of sugary drinks every year, Cancer Research UK has warned.

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The Safeway name has been restricted to the USA since Morrisons rebranded UK stores in 2005

Morrisons to revive Safeway brand

Morrisons is reviving the Safeway brand as it looks to branch out from selling to consumers and enter the wholesale market.

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The Blue Bell at Glinton. EMN-161123-144401001

£120,000 investment is paying off for Will at The Blue Bell

It has been quite a year for Will Frankgate, chef patron at the Blue Bell in Glinton.

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The Olive Branch at Clipsham

Rutland is awash with pubs loved by Michelin

Michelin inspectors just love Rutland it would seem with half a dozen hostelries making the the organisation’s Eating Out In Pubs Guide for 2017.

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Jim Trevor and son James.

Restaurant boss Jim’s £10,000 charity trek

Ever wanted to lose two stone in a matter of weeks, eating and drinking absolutely anything that takes your fancy? Well it’s not only possible; it’s exactly what local business owner Jim Trevor did this summer.

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Some people genetically programmed to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

Some people ‘genetically programmed’ to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

You really are what you eat, according to scientists, who have discovered the gene that determines if you like chicken korma or Eton mess.

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Peterborough restaurant recognised in Michelin Guide after less than six months

Despite only opening in April, city centre fine dining restaurant Prévost has made it into the Michelin Guide for 2017, which was published today.

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Owners of The Olive Branch at Clipsham Ben Jones and Sean Hope PHOTO: Supplied EMN-160122-114831001

Rutland pub is crowned county’s best

The Olive Branch in Clipsham, Rutland has been named Leicestershire and Rutland Dining Pub of the Year in the Good Pub Guide 2017.

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A real feast for the senses at Sacrewell’s Harvest Festival

Celebrate the harvest at Sacrewell this weekend with music, local produce, crafts and games that will inspire and entertain the whole family.

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The William Cecil at Stamford  has been awarded a second AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence

Second AA Rosette for William Cecil - and Bull & Swan makes national final

Stamford got it first Two AA Rosette restaurant this week as the William Cecil at St Martins was rewarded for its modern British culinary excellence.

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Sacrewell Harvest Festival EMN-160609-112423001

A feast for the senses at Harvest Festival

Celebrate the harvest at Sacrewell this September with music, local produce, crafts and games that will inspire and entertain the whole family.

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