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Food and Drink Features

The winners were announced at a glittering ceremony at the Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel and Spa.

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Tarleton has become a popular place to live but its farming tradition has been bringing in outsiders for centuries. Martin Pilkington reports.

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Lancashire Food

What do you get if you cross a building surveyor and a nurse? Some of the best chocolates in Lancashire, as Emma Mayoh discovered.

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Chocolate

A paradise for foodies has been created as part of the £10million restoration of a Clitheroe mill. Roger Borrell reports

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Clitheroe Lancashire Food

He’s an actor and a pub owner so who better to take over the restaurant at the Royal Exchange Theatre? Rupert Hill is more than ready for the challenge, as Janet Reeder discovers

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Manchester Restaurants

A Kendal baker has revived an historic recipe that packs a punch. Sue Riley reports

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Baking

We reveal the shining stars of the hospitality industry who will be vying for trophies at this year’s Lancashire Life Food & Drink Awards

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Arthur Bridgeman Quin’s star is on the rise. But he believes his success is all down to team work. Emma Mayoh reports

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Private dining takes on a new element at the chic award-winning King Street Townhouse in Manchester, writes Louise Allen-Taylor

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Manchester Restaurants

The steaks are high at the Red Pump Inn in Bashall Eaves. Mairead Mahon reports

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Lancashire Restaurants

Meet the sponsors and suppliers helping to ensure this year’s event will be top class.

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With stunning views over Windermere, the Hydro Hotel has been lovingly restored by its new owners

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Lancashire Life Luncheon Bowness

Rebekka O’Grady meets people in Liverpool who are passionate about making their hometown the best it can be.

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Liverpool

Meet the chef bringing new meaning to the term slow food – and that’s just the snails. Emma Mayoh reports

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Lancashire Restaurants Lancashire Food

Raw milk may be en vogue these days. But Lytham’s oldest farming family have been producing raw milk for more than a century. Emma Mayoh reports.

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Lytham

Jay Rayner, the restaurant critic, broadcaster and musician with a pathological hatred of food served on slates, talks to Roger Borrell about Lancashire’s big food conference.

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Striking oil in Standish hasn’t been easy for John and Clare Wignall. But it has given them a golden opportunity, as Emma Mayoh discovered.

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Farms have found many ways to diversify but the Singletons of Brindle have taken to drink, as Anna Izza discovers

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Gin

James Warburton and his team have taken an old mill and turned it into something special. It was the venue for our latest Lancashire Life luncheon.

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Lancashire Life Luncheon Clitheroe

The Ribble Valley is better off for having the culinary influence of Breda Murphy. Emma Mayoh reports.

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