Chef’s quick and easy summer specials

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Mark Sayers, head chef at the Saracen’s Head, Wolterton, prepared two, quick and easy summer dishes at the Slow Food cookery demonstration in Aylsham (Sat 4 August 2018). Visitors to the Farmers’Market were treated to mouth-watering mackerel stuffed with crab … Continued

A fun day, come rain, wind or shine

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The tables were loaded, the gazebos were up and the marquee outside the town hall was finally erected despite the ominous clouds and wind. Minutes later, the marquee was down, the gazebos which hadn’t flown away were packed up and … Continued

Norfolk Day special for new members

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Join us on Norfolk Day Saturday in Aylsham for the “mains” attraction – special membership discounts for families, individuals and concessions. Support us in the fightback for good, clean and fair food. Locally, members can enjoy social events which have … Continued

Love your food. Love Aylsham!

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Get to know us better on NorfolkDay Saturday in Aylsham. We’ll have our family favourite “Taste Adventure” and a mystery object to play with. But, for starters pick up our new leaflet. Rest of the menu to follow. You can … Continued

A taste of Africa

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It’s hot in Africa, so, on one of the hottest days of the year in Aylsham, it was only natural to come up with a dish suitable for the occasion. Students Angus White, Logan Lambert, ably assisted by Jason Baxter, head … Continued

GoGoHares trail comes to Aylsham

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Scores of people gave up their Sunday morning lie-in to go to the Market Place to see the big reveal – the Aylsham hare had arrived. Unveiled by local children, the 4ft-tall multi-coloured creation was sponsored by local businesses, schools … Continued

Make, bake, and take on family day

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Slow Food Aylsham was delighted to support the Aylsham Cluster of Schools’ Family Learning Day at the High School on Saturday 10 June. The group ran a pop-up café with a range of goodies, from fresh-baked sausage rolls to scones, … Continued

Summer hopes for flooded restaurant

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Restaurateurs and friends of Slow Food, Tim and Janie Elwes are hoping to reopen the Saracen’s Head in August after months of repair work to their flood-damaged inn near Erpingham. A burst mains water pipe in the roof and bad … Continued

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