Somewhere, secreted in the It bags and desk draws of the chic and glamorous, you will find the evidence: a linseed or two in gathered in the lint by the house keys; a half-eaten packet of edamame beans or sriracha peas nestled by the stapler; a lone cashew …
Category: Food & Recipes
Now you can have one for breakfast and they’re outselling fish and chips in pubs. Is there no escape?
The green mulchy water that collects at the bottom of salad bags is the perfect environment for growing salmonella, scientists have found.
It will likely take more than a filled tortilla shell to bring down the world’s largest superpower.
From creating foams and gels in celebrated kitchens, Alex Stupak is taking a punk rock attitude to revolutionising Mexican food for Manhattan’s elite
From fresh takes on Polish and Spanish cuisine to authoritative guides on sous-vide and smoking, top chefs and food writers reveal their favourite titles of 2016
These warm, deep-fried apple fritters are an autumnal delight
The “cake bake culture” that raises millions of pounds for cancer research has become so popular that it increases people’s chances of developing the disease, a health group has warned.
So, the last ever BBC Bake Off winner has been revealed, but will they be as successful as Nadiya Hussain? Two books, one TV series, and her very own recipe column in The Times – here she picks her favourite recipes from these pages to celebrate a momentous …
Here’s the thing about bars: most of them aren’t that great. It remains woefully difficult to find a good glass of wine or a decent cocktail, and many people spend more time than they should drinking average booze in uncongenial places.