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Food and Drink Features

A Lancashire couple sold up their home and their business so their sons could become farmers

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An old tea service owned by her grandmother set Tina Nunn on the path to a rewarding new career.

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Afternoon Tea

A young couple are taking an innovative approach to farming on land overlooking Morecambe Bay

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It’s all the rage in trendy capitals around the world and now ice cream rolls are available in Lancashire.

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An award winning community bakery has proved it can rise to a challenge

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A couple who picked up a top award at last year’s Lancashire Life & Lake District Life Food and Drink Awards describe their moment in the spotlight.

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The Lake District’s new World Heritage status was the spur behind a £19 million project to turn a landmark hotel into a luxury resort.

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Lancashire Life Luncheon

Kara Johnson is following in her dad’s footsteps at one of the county’s legendary food producers. Emma Mayoh reports

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Afternoon tea has grown in popularity as a summer pastime, here are a selection of some of the best on offer across the North West.

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Baristas around the country can’t get enough of a special milk produced on a family-run dairy farm in Farleton. Emma Mayoh reports

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A series of projects looks like turning a very good Lakeland hotel into a great one

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Windermere

The Cartford Inn chef Chris Bury loves scouring Lancashire’s countryside and coast to find the best foraged food. Emma Mayoh reports.

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After more than 30 years Andrew and Belinda Wilkinson are back behind the bar at the Lunesdale Arms. Emma Mayoh reports.

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Pubs and Bars

Michelin star chef Hrishikesh Desai has been in search of the best spices and foods in India. Now he is shining a light on these special ingredients as part of a special project. Emma Mayoh reports.

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Few people thought wood fired pizza ovens would catch on in England. But a Preston entrepreneur proved them all wrong. Emma Mayoh reports.

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Italian Food

When Stosie Madi and her daughter Laudy Gibba-Smith get together there are usually gales of laughter. But there is one thing they both take seriously - good service. Roger Borrell reports

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Lancashire Life Luncheon - Hipping Hall

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

A return trip to this Lancashire landmark reveals a relaxed hotel with stunning rooms and outstanding cookery.

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Lancashire Life Luncheon

Debby Donnelly-Addison flexes her mussels with this velvety bowl of seafood which is a perfect “tear and share” meal for two, or a hearty supper for one.

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