The cult, craft and culture of the cook’s knife is brought into sharp focus in a fascinating new book that pays homage to this essential kitchen tool
Author: Juan Rodriguez
At Aultmore Park primary school in Glasgow’s Easterhouse area, it is just before 9am. Parents are dropping off their children and the smell of cannabis smoke lingers in the air.
Schools will have to consult parents over costs as part of legislation that aims to make education more transparent.
A couple who have been together for 70 years will be allowed to stay in the same care home after their family launched a social media campaign to change a ruling from South Tyneside council.
The High Court has ordered the father of a 13-year-old boy to leave his son’s family home after he took control of the house and changed the locks last Tuesday while the youngster and his two sisters were attending their mother’s funeral.
All Irish women of childbearing age need to take folic acid daily even if a baby is the last thing on their mind, a report by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has found, as by the time women find out they are pregnant it could be …
The government health watchdog enlisted the support of an industry-funded body whose members include Kellogg and Warburtons — to help rebut a report claiming consumers should eat more fat and fewer carbohydrates.
Vegetarians on diets lost weight twice as fast as meat-eaters and giving up meat products at the start of the diet was the fastest way to shed pounds, according to a study.
No longer a hippy niche, these days vegetarian and vegan wines are some of the best on the market
The move to a cashless society could accelerate — at least among vegetarians and vegans — after the Bank of England revealed that the new £5 note is made in part from animal fat.