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
Shortcrust, cheesy or plain pastry, crumbly or creamy cheese, how do you cook the onions – and does it need spuds and sauce?
The world’s first crisp sandwich shop has opened in Belfast. If you can’t go yourself, here’s a fun recipe for a hot, crunchy homemade potato crisp sarnie
The Creme Egg’s recipe has been altered, and the shell is no longer made of Dairy Milk. But as history shows, it is possible to get confectionary giants to perform a humiliating U-turn
Frescobaldi is a new Italian restaurant that comes from an old Italian wine dynasty
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
The kebab may be best known to Brits as a down-and-dirty snack, but the real deal is a venerable, varied dish. Here are the the winners of the 2015 British Kebab awards
Our love of food and dining dates back to Ancient Rome. This important aspect of human social interaction has, consequently, had an age to develop, mature, and become a way of life. It brings us together like nothing else: sitting around the table talking and chewing! In London we are privileged to enjoy a plethora of places to dine. Why not explore a few ways to dine differently in our blessed Capital, tried and tested by yours truly.
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.
The summer rolls on, so shift some of the cooking out of doors with this tasty salad
If you’ve got some leftover Easter treats, why not bake, mash or deep-fry them in batter?
One can always find an excuse for cake, but the Queen's 90th birthday is our favourite, and one we're going to use all season.
A truly rich and creamy pasta dish for a cold wet winter's night
Sky Garden promises to be the city’s most glamorous all-day destination complete with sweeping views of the capital
From India to Belgium and Brazil to Poland, meatballs, meatloaves, burgers and koftas have all had an egg added to rival our gastropub favourite
How important are best-before and use-by dates? Angela Hartnett, Tamal Ray, Ruby Tandoh and Thomasina Miers explain what they bin and what they keep
Scientists have been studying tea brewing for at least 150 years. We explain how to make the best tea, and how to cut an Easter cake without letting it go dry
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