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A forkful of NORFOLK

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HIGH TEA AT FORRESTER COURT

Tea is a bit of a misnomer as the fare Ariane Forrester serves up in the garden of her spectacular clifftop home is more like a feast. After a welcome glass of bubbles, guests are offered a succession of savoury treats that might include Tahitian fish salad, prawns on skewers, croissants with smoked salmon, quiche

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