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
Supermarket sandwiches are staggeringly popular but you rarely see them tested and rated. We fill a basket and go deep into the nation's favourite: chicken & bacon.
Do you like your chowder New England-style, is it the best seafood soup – and does anyone have a traditional British recipe for clams?
This quick, simple fruit loaf is great for lunchboxes, and really sings when paired with the salted caramel sauce – and all for 38p a slice
Supermarket price wars pander to our love of a bargain, but as growers struggle, we could regret our penny-pinching ways
From melted onions to ripe tomato dressings and kale in your pesto, here are some great tips to painlessly up your fruit and veg intake
My friend Owen is crazy about East and South East Asian food. Several years working in the region, coupled with a healthy appetite, have given him an appreciation of the dishes from that part of the world, usually ahead of the trend.
The next time you need to make dessert (or must volunteer to 'bring something'), this is it.
Eggs and red meat have both been on the nutritional hit list – but after a major study last week dismissed a link between fats and heart disease, is it time for a complete rethink?
Is a dish of ham hock, duck legs, pork belly and sausages the perfect meat feast – or just plain greedy?
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.
I live under the illusion (or is it the delusion?) of being fashionable. I perpetuate this by drinking at the right bars, buying catwalk-influenced clothes, and having a partner - the Northerner - who is downright on-trend, and stylishly cool. Sadly, there are many things about me that give it away.
Massimo Bottura is teaming up with food experts to promote the health and environmental benefits of the Italian staple
A quick, nourishing soup of meatballs and beef broth
Gone are the days when a lack of central heating and a fear of salmonella meant food had to be served at thermonuclear temperatures. But does that superheat enhance flavour and appetite, or merely leave your soft palate raw and wounded?
Now I am certain. The Cinnamon Kitchen is one of my favourite restaurants in London.
What a transformation. The Riding House Café is located in what was once the heartland of London’s rag trade, yet in its previous life it was anything but fashionable. A middle-of-the-road chain pub - and even more mundane Asian chain canteen - were its predecessors, with neither being in any way destination venues.
Fruit salad normally bores me. But today I had one that was so good, I almost wanted to throw it in a blender, add rum, and drink it.
My first visit to a restaurant in the UK 20 years ago was also my first experience of tapas.
Annual sales of gin likely to hit £1bn for the first time next year, reflecting changing tastes and habits among UK drinkers