I’m a bit of a cook and a bit of a baker, but I never considered myself a bit of a candy-maker.
You can’t beat pub grub. Although there was a time, let’s call it the 90’s, when London’s pub food left a lot to be desired.
There’s personalised, and then there is Personalised. Champagne Warehouse (CW) was founded by Tony Stones in 2000, as a specialist supplier of ‘grower fizz’.
Is chicken tikka masala the ultimate spicy comfort food or a shameful British abomination – and is it worth making at home?
The supermarket giant has added warnings to a variety of unlikely foods, from baked beans to pizza. Is the food different now, or is it just the labels?
Going for fresh food produced in your own area is a nice idea – but does it have more to do with feeling smug than eating better?
I love MasterChef. The BBC series is celebrating its 10th year with Greg Wallace and John Torode at the helm (the shouty bald bloke and the shouty Australian chef) where 'cooking doesn’t get better then this'.
52.7% of women in the UK would rather have chocolate!
When, indeed. Tomorrow! How did I miss that?
More homely than sophisticated and dainty, this cake could keep you up all night and leave you running back and forth to the fridge for multiple midnight snacks
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.
When it comes to drinking spirits, I have always lived by steadfast rules.
It takes a certain confidence to try and overshadow St Paul's Cathedral.
Finally. A simple infographic to make it easy to understand the difference between good carbs and bad carbs (and to make you realise how dire the situation really is).
When it comes to dessert, I normally play it safe, or buy something fabulous.
For those of you who watch A Place in the Country (and the chances are that if you’re reading this, you probably do) will know that the Cotswolds rates highly as a destination for City types in search of a rural home. Commutable and chocolate box picturesque, this part of the country seems to encapsulate everything good about England, albeit in a very Richard Curtis way.
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My friend and I decided to meet for dinner at the somewhat-new Botanist in Sloane Square, where she had eaten (happily) before. But we were both shocked at the extent of the scene that spilled onto the pavement. Was it the weather? Or was it just the new place to be?
This taste test on the fruit-packed Easter favourites garnered the views of consumers rather than experts, in order to find out ‘what the person on the street thinks of what’s out there’
In a new, regular feature, HITC bar and restaurant reviewer, Walton Woodford, sits down with one of London's food and drink impresarios. He kicks things off with Richard Biggs, the man who brought you Cantaloupe.