As the caffeination industry booms, we’ve become prey to the aching presence of the coffee bore, sneering at those who don’t know their beans
As dieticians increasingly focus on the environment, they’re finding that what’s better for the earth is usually also better for the body
Celebrating the start of its permanent residency above K10, Appold Street
English sparkling wine is now a global player. Fiona Beckett picks the best for summer 2015
I literally decided to put my money where my mouth is ...
It may not enjoy the fame of its younger cousin, the brownie, but this dense, fudgy, butterscotch treat is every bit as rich and delicious
Founder Joseph Chakra was convinced of the need for a British sourced frozen yoghurt offering, which emphasises provenance, quality, and British tradition
gourmet 24-inch sandwiches are made using a selection of bespoke breads
Experts warn results may be skewed by the fact healthy people feel more comfortable indulging in chocolate, while ill people may avoid it
Really good fudge is one of those things that is simple to make, but all-too-easy to muck up without a good idea of what you’re after
From India to Belgium and Brazil to Poland, meatballs, meatloaves, burgers and koftas have all had an egg added to rival our gastropub favourite
There's a new meat in town - and it's delicious turkey at the new Shoreditch restaurant Strut & Cluck!
I have to admit that I have a bar crush. No, it's not a drink, but an infatuation with a certain bar group. (Sad, I know, but this happens when you spend most of you spare time in eating and drinking establishments.)
Doing dry January or just trying to cut down on your drinking? We put the supermarket’s no-booze beers to the test
An unapologetically hearty dish to warm the cockles in March. Do you leave the peel on the spuds? Puree the soup? Add onions and garlic? And what dollop of dairy does it need?
If you’re looking for the next new thing why not try something new - that’s old? Elegantly coming to life around town are the step-back-in-time cocktail bars, giving us taste of times gone by in the midst of London's trendiest quarters.
'Traditional British grub' chain shuts three out of four outlets, while Jamie's Italian brand continues to expand
Never mind the fact I only drink wine. And unfortunately not normally at 5pm. It's not even a Mad Men thing. So what is it? The person I want to be.
I like to drink, and when it comes to a date, there's nothing I like more than pulling up a bar stool and getting a bit tipsy with someone new.
Aesthetically, the Alchemist is a good looking joint. It’s a very big modern space which feels like a modern interiors showroom
A growing band of ‘veggans’ believe eating ‘cruelty-free’ eggs is justifiable because it fosters the ethical treatment of hens. Needless to say, true vegans disagree. Let the debate commence
Eating foods high in flavonoids, such as apples, berries and peppers, may prevent long-term weight gain, research suggests
There is no reason the Scandis should call dibs on this distinctive, flavoursome loaf, so here is a recipe for a simple, everyday rye. But should you mix this hardy grain with another flour? And what is the right way to get a good rise?