I wasn’t interested in food as a kid. I was skinny, non-sporty and lacked appetite, although lamb chops were OK, especially with mint sauce – the king of condiments and still the only sweet thing I like.
Shortcrust, cheesy or plain pastry, crumbly or creamy cheese, how do you cook the onions – and does it need spuds and sauce?
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The world’s first crisp sandwich shop has opened in Belfast. If you can’t go yourself, here’s a fun recipe for a hot, crunchy homemade potato crisp sarnie
From pigging out on potatoes to eating clay, wacky diets abound. Some even work, but do they do more harm than good? We asked the experts
The kebab may be best known to Brits as a down-and-dirty snack, but the real deal is a venerable, varied dish. Here are the the winners of the 2015 British Kebab awards
Here’s a healthy tip for the new year – ignore the deluge of food advice from self-appointed experts
In the words of Hugh Jackman, the flat white is ‘like a latte with a little less milk and more espresso’ – but it’s actually a bit more complicated (and pretentious) than that
JD Wetherspoon has settled a dispute with Heineken that prompted the chain to bar the brewer’s drinks from its 926 pubs in Britain and Ireland.
Workers at the company that makes outdoor jackets for the Queen are to begin a four-week strike at its Gateshead warehouse from Monday.
The celebrity chef claimed in court that a signature was not his, but done by a ‘ghostwriting’ machine. With everyone from the Queen to Barack Obama now using them, how can you be sure who has signed what?
You tell yourself you’re just tired or forgetful but maybe you should be seeking help. Many of us simply don’t understand what depression looks like
London’s financial firms may pay lip service to the concept of gender equality, but with only 19.5 per cent of senior roles held by women, is it time to implement quotas?