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Consider pizza

After world war two, burgers and pizzas became gastronomic shibboleths, symbols of stodgy American prosperity.

How to cook perfect coq au vin

Van jokes aside, this is a dish which, in my mind, will be forever associated with the late, great Keith Floyd – it's the kind of cunningly rustic French cookery he delighted in, designed to wring every last ounce of flavour from bargain-basement ingredients.

Food For the People

Julia Roberts In Eat Pray Love

With all that's going on in the world, I think it’s time to start thinking about how you can give something back to your community, your friends, or those less fortunate than you. And what better way than doing this through good food?



Beer Glass

Brewing better beer than the pros

In the 70s it was all about making cheap beer and saving money. But Britain's new wave of homebrewing aficionados are giving professional breweries a run for their money

Gluten Free

Is gluten bad for your health?

It has been linked to irritable bowel syndrome and those on gluten-free diets say they have lost weight. But is it really the cause of digestive problems – and aren't wholegrains good for us?