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Eat Norfolk: Love local food? Get your fill with our Facebook group

PUBLISHED: 15:21 28 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:15 29 December 2017

Eat Norfolk Facebook Logo. Photo: Archant.

Eat Norfolk Facebook Logo. Photo: Archant.

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Do you live to eat as opposed to eat to live?

Are you obsessed with the latest foodie fads?

Or perhaps you just want to know where to go to grab a cool cocktail with friends after work tonight...

If you answered yes to any of the above, our Facebook group called Eat Norfolk could be perfect for you.

On this page we’ll be sharing the latest food and drink news, events, restaurant reviews, recipes and features from our Eat Norfolk midweek print supplement, as well as exclusive online content.

And that’s not all, we also want you to get involved, sharing your own recipes, dining experiences and events on the group - the aim? To get the Norfolk foodie community talking!

Like us on Facebook today and don’t forget to pick up your copy of Eat Norfolk each week in Wednesday’s Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News.

Join the tastiest community around at www.facebook.com/groups/eatnorfolk

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