This moreish Indian snack is packed with spice, but should the pastry be chewy and robust or crisp and flaky? And which folding technique is best?
Drake and Morgan add another beautiful bar to their much loved group
Sales of bacon and sausages fell by £3m in two weeks since WHO claimed processed meats were a major cause of cancer
Traditional Christmas vegetable likely to be up to a third bigger, say experts, following consistently higher autumn temperatures
Ramen food from Fukuoka comes to the City
Baristas claim that the milk you choose affects the flavour and texture of your brew. From Cravendale to Yeo Valley Organic, here’s what the experts are putting in their coffee
From affordable Italian fizz to scintillating prestige cuvees, the corks to pop for a celebration
Analysis published under the Lancet banner involved more than 68,000 people and finds that sugar was used to bulk up ‘low-fat’ foods
It is the quintessential cocktail. But for a recipe involving just two ingredients, the debate over its correct preparation is endless. Vodka or gin? How wet? How cold? Shaken or stirred? And should you ever use salt?
Massimo Bottura is teaming up with food experts to promote the health and environmental benefits of the Italian staple
Whether you’re having a barbecue in the back garden or a picnic in the park, it’s an occasion when a bright, fruity wine is called for
Thanksgiving Day is almost here and there's one place in Central London that offers turkey, and more!
Celebrate Easter in style with the most delicious and beautiful Easter chocolate the UK has to offer ....
More than 100 consumers of the 5lb bag of sweets have posted reports of calamitous flatulence and sudden bowel evacuation. Can it really be true?
Where did the idea for serving food on chopping boards come from? I first came across it back in the mid-noughties at Soho’s Boheme Bar and Grill and I’m pretty sure I didn’t like it.
Californian vineyard unleashes two new wines on the UK market
There are five words that fill me with horror. No, not 'Bin Laden is next door' or 'the cat's been sick again'. Nothing comes close to the gloom that comes from these five words: 'I need to go shopping'. Meaning we need to go shopping.
Your lunch break is the brief portion of the day over which you have complete control (unless you have to get drunk with clients), so it is worth examining (subjectively) which High Street vendor is most worth your patronage.
Not the kind of Ping Pong bar that you may or may not have visited on that business trip in Bangkok, this is a family friendly venue where you can eat, drink and play ping pong!
Carrots mouldering away in the foot of your fridge? Stuck for ideas for how to cook them? Our Dinner Doctor has the answers
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
It’s regularly labelled the most important meal of the day, but is there scientific evidence to back that assertion?
Annual sales of gin likely to hit £1bn for the first time next year, reflecting changing tastes and habits among UK drinkers