Our piece on cooking with beer had readers calling for recipes – so here are two: for beernaise and beer-brined brisket
Are you a purist, opting for a traditional veal escalope, or do you prefer rustic pork? And is there anything better than schnitzel fried in lashings of butter?
There is a national egg-white shortage in the US after a rise in demand for yolk-free omelettes, sandwiches and shakes. Do you ditch the tastiest, most nutritious part of the egg?
Researchers claim that nitro fatty acids, formed when olive oil and vegetables are eaten together, are the key to the healthy Mediterranean diet. But such a reductionist approach to food and health is unhelpful
Don't let apples rot in the bowl – our Dinner Doctor's orchard of treats includes crunchy chorizo and cider tapas to exotic salads
You have to love a good pub lunch. It’s a peculiarly British tradition that us leaves immigrants like me wondering why more countries don’t do it.
Nachos are one of the titans of trash food. But do you serve them with chilli or pulled pork? Drown them in cheese sauce? Or grilled Monterey Jack? And can you share your nachos or is that a surefire recipe for divorce?
Every Sunday night, I make a quantity of salad dressing in an red-and-white-topped Bonne Maman jar, and lovingly place it in the fridge.
Do you eat your malt loaf plain, topped with cheese, loaded with butter or, heretically, toasted? And what other malty recipes float your boat?
This thick shellfish stew is a Cajun and Creole classic, and easy to recreate at home if you take your time
Will record-breaking profits in the Scots food and drink sector mean more capital for some of Scotland’s forgotten and furlough?
There is quite a lot of Spanish food in London, unfortunately much of it faux-Spanish. You know the sort of thing: little bowls with grilled chorizo or fried potatoes, blanketed with a tasteless tomato sauce. A preview of El Faro’s menu promised something altogether more authentic.
"Tuesday is the new Thursday," said the hunky Australian waiter as he took us to our table. And judging by the number of people out celebrating in the Folly on this particular Tuesday, I think he was right.
There was a time, not too long ago, when you didn’t go to East London pubs. Earthy, or ‘rough and ready’, is how they might euphemistically have been described. Outright violent is another way, especially the further out from London you got.
Finally: A website dedicated to our life pursuit.
What does one do on a typical Sunday in Montepulciano? Visit with Laura and Marco, of course, on Laura’s family farm, Puscina, with sweeping views of Val d’Orcia.
Cartizze Bar in Mayfair takes its name from the hills in Italy, the prosecco produced from its grapes is widely considered to be the Grand Cru of its class.
Are you serious about your amber nectar or do you just drink to relax ? Find out which type of beer drinker you are here ...
Rum’s time has finally come.
So good was our Eton Mess at The Hind's Head, that at our last dinner party, we decided to give it a go. To make the situation even more serendipitous, we found the exact recipe from Heston Blumenthal on The Times Online.
New Japanese Izakaya restaurant in Covent Garden
A newly formed United Craft Brewers is attempting to define what craft beer is in the UK. Is that possible? And, if so, is it a good thing?
With or without cherries and novelty cocktail sticks, this tropical drink’s a winner. But should you go for dark or light rum? Coconut water, coconut milk or something else? And how many paper parasols can you get away with?