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Standard bearers: Brindisa

20/Apr/2015

Slow Food aims to support and preserve ingredients and methods of food production that are steeped in tradition, and often inextricably bound up with ...


Image of Product of the week: Melton Mowbray pork pies

Product of the week: Melton Mowbray pork pies

20/Apr/2015

When Elizabeth King started making pork pies back in 1853, little did she realise exactly what she was setting in motion. And she would probably have ...


Image of Friday feeling: baklava from The Turkish Deli

Friday feeling: baklava from The Turkish Deli

17/Apr/2015

There’s something magical about a Friday: a transcendent feeling of accomplishment that makes even London Bridge station bearable. It needs celebratin...


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Product of the week: wild garlic

13/Apr/2015

From the Latinate allium ursinum, to wood garlic, ramsoms, bear’s garlic, gypsy’s onions and, somewhat off-puttingly, ‘stinking Jenny’, wild garlic ha...


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The savvy shopper

13/Apr/2015

In the first of a new series on economical sourcing, food writer and cook Ed Smith explores some cheap but crowd-pleasing cuts of meat


Image of Friday feeling: macarons from Comptoir Gourmand

Friday feeling: macarons from Comptoir Gourmand

10/Apr/2015

There’s something magical about a Friday: a transcendent feeling of accomplishment that makes even London Bridge station bearable. It needs celebratin...


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Greek Easter

7/Apr/2015

In the UK, the average Easter celebration usually only differs from most other Sundays in one way: the chocolate consumed after a large roast dinner h...


Image of Old school: Welsh rarebit

Old school: Welsh rarebit

7/Apr/2015

Welsh rarebit: one of our simplest and most widely eaten snacks, yet perhaps the most paradoxically named. Its name is a corruption of ‘Welsh rabbit’,...


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Product of the week: bergamots

6/Apr/2015

Bergamots are something an awful lot of people think they haven’t tasted. But if you have ever had an Earl Grey tea, then you have tasted this interes...


Image of Let's do lunch: cobi vatana from Gujarati Rasoi

Let's do lunch: cobi vatana from Gujarati Rasoi

6/Apr/2015

Schadenfreude, dolmades, je ne sais quoi, churros: some words just sound better in their native tongue, and cobi vatana is one of them. Served by the ...


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