Adding beer to your batter makes pancakes light and flavoursome – but which is the best brew? We put amber, pale, blond, milk stout and bitter to the test
Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, dandruff… can these things really be cured, or at least prevented, by what we eat?
Wheat, buckwheat or chestnut flour? Milk, double cream or beer in the batter? Do they need any flavourings – and what do you dollop on top?
TwoRuba is all gold and coffee-coloured furnishings complete with neon purple lighting – just to give it that nightclub feel
To some it’s just a souped up stock, but advocates say there’s more skill involved – and, given that we’ve been eating it for centuries, is there something special about it?
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, but tomorrow marks the day when the UK will start spending $2.9 billion for this year's festivities.
Beyoncé and rapper Lil B are the latest to jump on vegan bandwagon, but far from detracting from a cause they are adding to a growing number of advocates
Amaru in St Katherine's Dock takes fusion in another direction with its Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian twist
It has been rebranded as a health food and sales are up 13%. Where do you stand on the crunchy or smooth divide and have you tried it satay-style on toast?
343 Industries taking cautious steps to overhaul The Master Chief Collection’s matchmaking
What do Lloyd’s of London, the New York Stock Exchange, The Boston Tea Party, a weasel, and an Ethiopian goatherd have in common?
With today’s busy lifestyles becoming prevalent, learning basic cooking skills may well save time and money, and who knows, might even win you a place on Masterchef. How skilled are you in the kitchen?
Mischievous food experimenter Heston Blumenthal goes all Willy Wonka with a sixties-themed programme, "Heston's Chocolate Factory Feast" featuring chocolate fountains and lickable wallpaper. The versatility of this mind-altering substance has tempted man for centuries. Can you resist the seductive lure of chocolate?
I was in the loft the other day rooting around, as you do, getting side-tracked from the mission at hand, as you do, looking for the picnic hamper. After a few trips down memory lane, I finally located it wedged in a corner looking inviting - and full of last year’s debris.
Have your sources for restaurant recommendations gone a little stale? Get insider info on the best restaurants and hotels in Great Britain with a new web TV site guaranteed to stimulate the taste buds of even the most discriminating foodies.
How do you make tattie scones, what do you serve them with – and is the full Scottish the best breakfast in Britain?
Is a dish of ham hock, duck legs, pork belly and sausages the perfect meat feast – or just plain greedy?
English. Sparkling. Wine. How often do you see those three words on a menu and think, I’ll have one of those?
Here is a brief history of the fortified wine, a guide to the different varieties – and the best buys
If there was a premier league of bars and clubs, then the mighty Soho House group would always be at - or near - the top.
We all have fond memories of nabbing one from a box of Roses, but authentic, gummy lokum is labour-intensive. The question is: should you roll these sugary creations in icing or dip them in chocolate?
First 40 hectares will be planted with chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier grapes in 2017, with first bottles likely to be filled in five years
Tea-making is not a solitary pursuit – if you make it your ‘thing’ at work, with this handy five-point plan, you’ll earn the respect of your colleagues in no time