Gemma stars in book of culinary delights

Gemma stars in book of culinary delights
Gemma stars in book of culinary delights October 2016
Thornham Deli head chef Gemma Arnold and local fisherman and smokery-owner Simon Letzer are two of the stars of the recently published book, Norfolk Table: one county, 20 chefs. In the book, which examines the relationship between some of the county’s culinary wizards and the producers who supply the ingredients, we get an insight into Simon’s working day as well as Gemma’s ability to transform something from the ocean into a magnificent, unctuous feast.

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Farmers market gets thumbs-up

thornham Deli Farmers Market October

Farmers market gets thumbs-up

   
Nov 2015

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Bonallack Home Cooked

 

The mist was only just rising on Saturday morning as the first vans and trucks began to arrive in Thornham. A few early risers were walking their dogs and collecting their milk and papers as the market stall holders began to unpack their goods and set up their gazebos in the area around the Village Hall and Deli. It was market day.

 


Getting ready for the Halloween Farmers Market

Halloween FArmers Market
The Farmers Market is on the last Saturday of every month  

Oct
2015

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thornham Deli Farmers Market September 2015

 

The first Thornham Farmers Market was hailed by producers and visitors alike as a great success, so we are eagerly awaiting the next one, which takes place this Saturday – Halloween. Come and see the best of Autumn fare, as provided by our growing army of producers, growers, and craftspeople.

 


Celebrating our producers

Celebrating our producers

   
OCT 2015

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perfick pork

 

Here at Thornham Deli we rely upon our producers and growers. We work hard to build up good relationships with the men and women who provide our food, drink and other produce, so that we know we are getting the best quality at a fair price for everyone.

Our shelves and food counters are full of goods from around Norfolk and our menu is jammed with locally sourced meats, fish, vegetables, fruit and other food stuffs. Chef Gemma works hard to showcase what is seasonal, so the menu changes regularly.

Here, we pay tribute to three of our producers.

 


It's all about networking

Let's 'hare' it for our suppliers...

   
SEPT 2015

 

We might be a business but here at Thornham Deli, and in our sister enterprises at No 33 Hunstanton and No 33 Thornham, we truly believe that it is easier to work with people than in competition with them. Whether it is the Hoffhaus Design team behind our lovely new website or the Redgate bakery at Heacham that supplies the daily bread, we like to build a long-lasting relationship that reflects loyalty on both sides.