Is it nearly Christmas already? Well, according to John Lewis and countless other retailers it nearly is, so it's no surprise that London bars and restaurants are embracing the yuletide fever.
On Thursday, I'm having 12 people over for dinner. And I'm not at all stressed. The reason? I'm not cooking the turkey.
Real whole milk from grass-fed cows is creamy, nutritious and utterly delicious...
Success of TV show helps to drive boom in sales of equipment and £140m of ingredients
The bargain-basement supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have felled the posh-nosh royal warrant holder Fortnum & Mason in a taste test of that most traditional of Christmas foods, the mince pie.
Here is a brief history of the fortified wine, a guide to the different varieties – and the best buys
For just 98p a burger (including pitta and spinach) this recipe will keep you and your wallet full!
In a new, regular feature, HITC bar and restaurant reviewer, Walton Woodford, sits down with one of London's food and drink impresarios. He kicks things off with Richard Biggs, the man who brought you Cantaloupe.
Talk about a surprise dinner. I had been to the original Rocket off Old Broad Street in the City and enjoyed it. But as a bar.
On the day we were expecting The Storm of the Century, what better way to pass the time than to ascend 31 floors and brave the winds?
they have restored a beautiful Victorian boozer to a slice of West London gastro glory complete with its own microbrewery
In Spain, seawater is being marketed as la sal perfecta – the perfect salt. But does it really improve the flavour of food? And is it any healthier than regular sodium chloride?
Nut-free schools, gluten-free diets, careful with the carbs: anxiety around food is on the rise, and it’s not easy to sort the myth from the medical advice