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The winners were announced at a glittering ceremony at the Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel and Spa.
Tarleton has become a popular place to live but its farming tradition has been bringing in outsiders for centuries. Martin Pilkington reports.
What do you get if you cross a building surveyor and a nurse? Some of the best chocolates in Lancashire, as Emma Mayoh discovered.
A paradise for foodies has been created as part of the £10million restoration of a Clitheroe mill. Roger Borrell reports
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
A Kendal baker has revived an historic recipe that packs a punch. Sue Riley reports
We reveal the shining stars of the hospitality industry who will be vying for trophies at this year’s Lancashire Life Food & Drink Awards
Arthur Bridgeman Quin’s star is on the rise. But he believes his success is all down to team work. Emma Mayoh reports
Private dining takes on a new element at the chic award-winning King Street Townhouse in Manchester, writes Louise Allen-Taylor
The steaks are high at the Red Pump Inn in Bashall Eaves. Mairead Mahon reports
Meet the sponsors and suppliers helping to ensure this year’s event will be top class.
With stunning views over Windermere, the Hydro Hotel has been lovingly restored by its new owners
Rebekka O’Grady meets people in Liverpool who are passionate about making their hometown the best it can be.
Meet the chef bringing new meaning to the term slow food – and that’s just the snails. Emma Mayoh reports
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.
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.
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.
Farms have found many ways to diversify but the Singletons of Brindle have taken to drink, as Anna Izza discovers
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.
The Ribble Valley is better off for having the culinary influence of Breda Murphy. Emma Mayoh reports.
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