Sausage rolls should be approached with caution.
Readers of the diatribes I pass off for reviews will be aware that I’m not a fan of hotel bars, and I tend to be similarly underwhelmed by their restaurant counterparts.
Eating lots of fruit and vegetables will do little to reduce your risk of developing cancer, according to a review of a decade of research involving more than a million people.
Now you see it, now you don't – if you saw it at all.
When I was young and skint and first moved to London I became hooked on visits to the 24-hour bagel cafe in Ridley Road market.
Every year there's something, isn't there? A decade ago it was Delia, boldly introducing the nation, Walter Raleigh-like, to the notion of fresh cranberries in a sauce we could make ourselves rather than buy in a jar.
General de Gaulle is famously said to have remarked of France "How can you govern a country that produces 246 varieties of cheeses?" The same can probably be said of Britain these days, and one of those cheeses, Cornish blue, has just won the top award at the World Cheese Awards, announced at the BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham yesterday.
To write on spag bol is to wade into a mire of controversy thicker and darker than any ragu that ever came out of nonna's kitchen.
Foie gras, then.
One of my favourite scenes from the legendary TV series, The Sopranos, is when Mafia boss Tony is talking about the great things the Italians have introduced to the world.
Bacteria which are responsible for most food poisoning is spread by splashes and droplets of water caused during cleaning
Campaign group warns of risks of sugar consumption leading to obesity and diabetes