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Escape the hustle and bustle of nine to five at Oulton Hall & Spa

Sometimes you just want to get away from the stresses of life, and if you want to do it in style, there is a stunning hotel that is a perfect fit.
Leeds Indie Food Festival - tuck in for some top final weekend events.

Tuck in to final course of Leeds Indie Food Festival

There is still time to tuck into this year's Leeds Indie Food Festival with free and ticket only events still on the menu.
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SNEAK PEEK: New Chinese restaurant Tattu to open with Yorkshire inspired dishes in Leeds on June 9

Contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu has revealed new Yorkshire inspired dishes to celebrate the opening of its new eatery in Leeds city centre on Friday, June 9.

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WIN: Bengal Brasserie Indian meals plus Josh Warrington and Nicola Adams boxing tickets

The hottest ticket in town just got hotter - we are giving you the chance to win an Indian meal out plus tickets to see big fight Arena action featuring Josh Warrington and Nicola Adams.
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Cafe of the Year 2017

Cafe of the Year 2017: Your top ten revealed

Here is our Café of the Year top ten –  you now have the opportunity to vote for your favourite finalist!

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Nigel Barden with Simon Mayo.

The voice of food and drink: Nigel Barden’s celebration of Yorkshire fare

Talking to Nigel Barden is like listening to a who’s who of the food and drink scene in Yorkshire. If he doesn’t know a food producer or restaurateur you get the feeling they aren’t worth knowing.

LS6 cafe-bar in Hyde Park has now been awarded five stars

Food hygiene ratings: Leeds businesses respond

The owners of Leeds businesses given low food hygiene ratings have been left dissatisfied by the Food Standards Agency inspection process.
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Vote for your Cafe of the Year

Cafe of the Year 2017: Harrogate Ripon and Wetherby nominations revealed

From trendy to traditional, rustic to retro, there's nothing we love more than a cafe or tea room and everyone has their favourite.

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Yorkshire Pudding Day: Readers' best recipes

Yorkshire Pudding Day: Readers' best recipes

We asked and you shared.

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The art of the perfect Yorkshire pudding

With February 5 marking Yorkshire Pudding Day, Mark E. Johnson speaks to Pride and Pudding author Regula Ysewijn to find out the story behind this signature British dish.

Lettuce shortage is just the tip of the iceberg

Lettuce shortage is just the tip of the iceberg

Supermarkets are rationing vegetables after a Spanish growing region was hit by flooding.

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The Wetherby Whaler

Popular chip shop is frying high after award win

One of the most popular fish and chip shops in the Leeds region has been given a national award.

A taste of the moors: Liqueur launched to mark Charlotte Bronte bicentenary

A taste of the moors: Liqueur launched to mark Charlotte Bronte bicentenary

A Yorkshire businessman has created a special edition liqueur to mark the 200th anniversary of author Charlotte Bronte’s birth.

Celebrity TV chef James Martin is coming to the Flavours Food Festivalat Elsecar Heritage Centre, near Barnsley, on Sunday, October 23, 2016, 10am to 5pm.

AUDIO: James Martin cooking up tasty homecoming at Elsecar Flavours Food Festival

Yorkshire's ex-Saturday Kitchen TV celebrity chef James Martin today told how he is cooking up a tasty homecoming for fans at a new food festival.
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Lawrence Yates, head chef, and Simon Gueller, chef patron of Ilkley's Box Tree restaurant.   Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Yorkshire’s ‘super six’ restaurants retain their Michelin stars

Yorkshire’s ‘Super Six’ have retained their bragging rights as being among the very best places to eat and drink in the whole of Britain.

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Roosters craft beer brewery in Knaresborough - Commercial manager Tom Fozard and head brewer Oliver Fozard.

Yorkshire ‘a capital’ of new craft beer trend

A boom in the popularity of small-scale breweries means Yorkshire has emerged as a capital of craft beer.

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Simon Cockerill (left) with Mark Lockwood, from Westfield House Farm, Wold Newton, Driffield, in a field of barley

The beer they’re drinking faster than we can brew it

One of the newest enterprises on the Yorkshire brewing scene has “bottled out” of one potentially lucrative branch of its business. At least so far, because at the time of writing, you can enjoy the result of their labours only by searching them out in a cask in a pub. The bottles for 1883 Best Bitter, 86 Golden and 84 Indian are all stacked up and ready to be filled. The labels are printed and waiting. The orders are coming in. So what is the problem?

070616   Some of the Bettys and Taylors Corgi biscuits they have made to celebrate the Queens 90th birthday . (GL1010/33b)

Man bites dog thanks to Harrogate tea room’s royal birthday biscuit

They’re no strangers to creating specialities fit for a queen, but the latest royal offering from the bakers at Bettys in Harrogate has a distinctly four-legged flavour.

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Colin and Janet Kaye, managers of Bondgate Fisheries in Ripon, will be raising money for charity on National Fish & Chip Day tomorrow. (S)

Ripon chippie to raise charity funds on Fish and Chip Day

A Ripon business is urging fish and chip lovers to join the rest of the UK to celebrate National Fish & Chip Day tomorrow and to help raise funds to support UK fishermen and their families.

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