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#MeToo: Assault I kept quiet about

13 October 2018
#MeToo: Assault I kept quiet about

#MeToo: Assault I kept quiet about

13 October 2018

Nicola Miller recalls her own #MeToo day


Culture: Soulful sustenance by food writer Nicola Miller

06 October 2018
Culture: Soulful sustenance by food writer Nicola Miller

Culture: Soulful sustenance by food writer Nicola Miller

06 October 2018

Food writer Nicola Miller has the perfect antidote to any seasonal blues – the classic bread and butter pudding


It’s in the pocket – for men, at least

15 September 2018
It’s in the pocket – for men, at least

It’s in the pocket – for men, at least

15 September 2018

Nicola Miller bemoans the lack of storage space in women's clothing


Culture: For the love of Lilian, by Nicola Miller

07 September 2018
Culture: For the love of Lilian, by Nicola Miller

Culture: For the love of Lilian, by Nicola Miller

07 September 2018

Food writer and author Nicola Miller applauds a chef who makes the most of her rich culinary heritage


Welcome back to Suffolk at its best

11 August 2018
Welcome back to Suffolk at its best

Welcome back to Suffolk at its best

11 August 2018

Columnist Nicola Miller reflects on some the people making a positive contribution to our community


Culture: Nicola Miller - Down on the bayou

08 August 2018
Culture: Nicola Miller - Down on the bayou

Culture: Nicola Miller - Down on the bayou

08 August 2018

A trip to New Orleans proved a real inspiration for food writer Nicola Miller. Here she shares her own take on cornbread


No excuse for restaurant ‘no-shows’

14 April 2018
No excuse for restaurant ‘no-shows’

No excuse for restaurant ‘no-shows’

14 April 2018

Have you ever booked a table at a restaurant and failed to show? Do you ever book multiple restaurant tables and leave it until the night in question to decide which one to go to?


Culture: Food with Nicola Miller - Playing with traditions

12 March 2018
Culture: Food with Nicola Miller - Playing with traditions

Culture: Food with Nicola Miller - Playing with traditions

12 March 2018

Sardinia and its hospitable people is a favourite of food writer Nicola Miller. Here she puts her own twist on a soup she first enjoyed in a small restaurant in front of the harbour at Alghero


The good old days weren’t that great

11 March 2018
The good old days weren’t that great

The good old days weren’t that great

11 March 2018

It is said that the British are never happier than when their castle is burning down or ship is sinking and the recent spell of severe weather bears witness to this as the Beast From the East bore down upon the nation.


Culture: Nicola Miller's food column - Oranges and memories. . .

02 February 2018
Culture: Nicola Miller's food column - Oranges and memories. . .

Culture: Nicola Miller's food column - Oranges and memories. . .

02 February 2018

The eating of bread dipped in varying mixtures is centuries old, here Nicola Miller creates a new mouthwatering orangey sweet treat


Rough sleepers: It’s complicated

14 January 2018
Rough sleepers: It’s complicated

Rough sleepers: It’s complicated

14 January 2018

There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing, goes the saying, but I hate the cold. It makes me feel physically unwell, no matter how appropriately dressed and that is why I did not join the chorus of delight when it started snowing in December.


Culture: Nicola Miller says it's January - and that means it's time for a great soup

04 January 2018
Culture: Nicola Miller says it's January - and that means it's time for a great soup

Culture: Nicola Miller says it's January - and that means it's time for a great soup

04 January 2018

Yes, it’s January, a time for resolutions, and yes this is a soup but it is not a diet soup or a detox soup or a bikini body soup.


Culture: Food by Nicola Miller

11 December 2017
Culture: Food by Nicola Miller

Culture: Food by Nicola Miller

11 December 2017

Food writer Nicola Miller takes a trip down memory lane when she enjoyed an Austrian adventure


Bravery in the face of this menace

11 December 2017
Bravery in the face of this menace

Bravery in the face of this menace

11 December 2017

On the evening of November 10, 2016, the life of the Danks family changed forever when a drink-driver crashed into the back of their daughter Lauren’s car at 104mph.


Culture: Must-have Christmas cookery books by Nicola Miller

05 December 2017
Culture: Must-have Christmas cookery books by Nicola Miller

Culture: Must-have Christmas cookery books by Nicola Miller

05 December 2017

Looking for a Christmas present for someone? Look no further. . . Food writer Nicola Miller gives us a taste of some must-have cookery books


Children win the pumpkin bake-off

12 November 2017
Children win the pumpkin bake-off

Children win the pumpkin bake-off

12 November 2017

I often receive press releases about the parlous state of child nutrition in the UK: the rise in obesity, reports about how children can’t cook and have no interest in learning, and criticism of our modern food technology syllabus.


Culture: A fiesta on a plate by Nicola Miller

02 November 2017
Culture: A fiesta on a plate by Nicola Miller

Culture: A fiesta on a plate by Nicola Miller

02 November 2017

Food writer Nicola Miller warms us up for autumn with a Mexican staple


An endless source of entertainment

15 October 2017
An endless source of entertainment

An endless source of entertainment

15 October 2017

As you might imagine, the engineer, architect, sculptor, painter, and poet Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni was quite a busy man but even the busiest of men – and women – need to eat.


Culture: Parkin the memories by Nicola Miller

05 October 2017
Culture: Parkin the memories by Nicola Miller

Culture: Parkin the memories by Nicola Miller

05 October 2017

It may have its origins in Yorkshire but for our food writer Nicola Miller, parkin brings back memories of festival time in Mexico


Where to find a guilt-free coffee

19 September 2017
Where to find a guilt-free coffee

Where to find a guilt-free coffee

19 September 2017

The ethical values of coffee shop chains have been highlighted over the last few years in tandem with their proliferation on the High Street: both Starbucks and Caffè Nero have been called to account over their tax avoidance and research carried out by the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, into the Fairtrade scheme found that the Fairtrade Foundation is unable to ensure that all workers get paid a living wage.