From affordable Italian fizz to scintillating prestige cuvees, the corks to pop for a celebration
Analysis published under the Lancet banner involved more than 68,000 people and finds that sugar was used to bulk up ‘low-fat’ foods
It is the quintessential cocktail. But for a recipe involving just two ingredients, the debate over its correct preparation is endless. Vodka or gin? How wet? How cold? Shaken or stirred? And should you ever use salt?
Massimo Bottura is teaming up with food experts to promote the health and environmental benefits of the Italian staple
Should your nuts be roasted, fried, salted or raw? Emulsified with coconut, walnut or groundnut oil? Do you need sweeteners and flavourings – what about the smooth v crunchy debate?
Fenchurch Launches A New Six Course Tasting Menu
The only good thing to come out of the kale cult madness are these crunchy, salty, deliciously rich crisps (or chips). But should you use curly kale or black? Deep-fried or baked? And which seasoning goes best?
As a school in Wolverhampton is granted a licence to serve alcohol until 11.30pm, we look at the other unlikely venues to legally raise a glass
The disgraced star has revealed that he spent a month in a treatment centre. But wasn’t it actually more of a hideaway?
Gordon Ramsay's first gastropub gets a makeover for Limehouse locals
With celebrities such as J-lo, Jennifer Aniston and Ben Affleck trying and loving the 5:2 diet, find out all of the facts for and against before you give it a go.....
Juice Club is the brainchild of former cocktail barman Dan Thomson, founder of Covent Garden subterranean cocktail bar B.Y.O.C., and previous manager of that venerable institution, Milk & Honey.
Californian vineyard unleashes two new wines on the UK market
I have to admit I’m a bit of an eavesdropper. I try not to make a habit of it, but sometimes overhearing a conversation is unavoidable - and the outcome opportune.
Our wine critic scours the shelves for the best bottles for experts
Romance in a ramekin for Valentine’s Day. Simple to make and guaranteed (probably) to melt the hardest heart
Your lunch break is the brief portion of the day over which you have complete control (unless you have to get drunk with clients), so it is worth examining (subjectively) which High Street vendor is most worth your patronage.
This moreish Indian snack is packed with spice, but should the pastry be chewy and robust or crisp and flaky? And which folding technique is best?
Doing dry January or just trying to cut down on your drinking? We put the supermarket’s no-booze beers to the test
From pigging out on potatoes to eating clay, wacky diets abound. Some even work, but do they do more harm than good? We asked the experts
Annual sales of gin likely to hit £1bn for the first time next year, reflecting changing tastes and habits among UK drinkers
Baristas have been given training in needs of parents with young children and in how to support them ‘without judgment’
The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain