Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Salsify: The little-known Victorian root vegetable that's making a comeback

It might sound more like a process you learned about in Chemistry GCSE, but salsify is actually a vegetable. Waitrose is making a bid for this to...

How to make butternut squash and barley risotto with toasted walnuts

Butternut squash and barley risotto with toasted walnuts Time: 50 mins Serves 4 1 medium butternut squash, peeled, deseeded and cut into bitesize chunks 3 tbsp olive oil Salt and...

How to make grilled salmon with a walnut and kale salad

Grilled salmon with a walnut and kale salad This salad is an omega powerhouse, starring walnuts and salmon fillets. The nuts add crunch and pair beautifully with the flavour...

This dream job will pay you to drink beer for a...

A company in Australia has created a new position that will likely send all beer enthusiasts into a frenzy. The job, titled ‘Chief Clock-Off Officer’, requires the...

Chef Heston Blumenthal explains how to make any glass of wine...

Chef Heston Blumenthal has revealed a handy trick he uses to improve the taste of any glass of wine. The Michelin-starred chef discussed his recent epiphany during...

Wines of the week: Eight reds for late autumn

Having recommended some Tempranillo reds last week, today we move off around Europe and the rest of the world in search of reds for late autumn drinking,...

This restaurant is bringing real Cambodian food to California: From dried...

Nite Yun has no memories of the Khao-I-Dang refugee camp in Thailand where she was born in 1982. The chef and owner of Nyum Bai, a restaurant...

Vegan recipes from Smith & Deli-cious: From carbonara to chilli

Chilli Good lord, do we love chilli. It’s the borderline meal-soup-stew dish with all the necessary elements: heat, beans and Mexican flavours. And it’s bloody filling. This...

How to make sauteed kale with lemon-walnut sauce

Pounding food into oblivion is a great stress reliever and a socially acceptable way to get out your aggressions. So there is something incredibly satisfying about using...

Drinking coffee could reduce risk of Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, scientists claim

Regularly drinking coffee could decrease your risk of developing Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease later on in life, a study has claimed. While many people rely on their...
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