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Banning swearing in the kitchen is a start. Now let’s tackle the sexism | Amanda Bootes

Banning swearing in the kitchen is a start. Now let’s tackle the sexism | Amanda Bootes

Chef Asimakis Chaniotis’s move offers hope to women entering an abusive work culture where misogyny is the norm. I wish kitchens had done this years ago Even in today’s modern world, there are still jobs that tend to be male dominated. Being a chef is one of them. For as long as I can remember, […]

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Best ever Christmas desserts

Best ever Christmas desserts

  Check our best ever 38 Christmas dessert recipes, plus Christmas pudding recipes too. We’ve got everything from traditional Christmas pudding and Christmas trifle to an indulgent chocolate tart and a classic Christmas yule log. We also have plenty of Christmas baking ideas to make for your Christmas desserts, including recipes for Christmas cookies. Try […]

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Confessions of a kitchen hoarder | Sue Quinn

Confessions of a kitchen hoarder | Sue Quinn

I learnt the hard way that you can collect all the kitchen gadgets you like – it doesn’t mean you’re a great chef. In the drawers of the best cooks, less is more all round … It’s not that I’m blind to the seductive wink of kitchen equipment. As others desire the scarlet flash of […]

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Frothy camel-ccinos and Bedouin porridge: camel's milk has arrived 

Frothy camel-ccinos and Bedouin porridge: camel’s milk has arrived 

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Eataly World opens but leaves a bad taste in Bologna

Eataly World opens but leaves a bad taste in Bologna

It’s the world’s biggest food park with over a kilometre of shops, big brands, even farm animals. But is Eataly World a betrayal of Italian gastronomy? Italy’s “City of Food” has a new attraction. After wandering the alleyways of Bologna’s Mercato di Mezzo – which is filled with local, family-owned grocers such as the well-known […]

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olive Christmas supermarket awards 2017

olive Christmas supermarket awards 2017

Looking for easy Christmas party food to make the festive season that bit easier this year? Check out the best supermarket Christmas food for Christmas dinner ideas and festive entertaining. From Christmas cake and mince pies, to easy finger food and show stopping Christmas desserts, we’ve got it covered. We also have found the best […]

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Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving Recipes

Before I left for my book tour, I put a few blog posts in the queue. But just a reminder to the rest of you, who are probably a little more organized than I am, that if you want to find something in your “cloud” later, you need to make sure you put it in […]

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Why Seventies cheese is back on the menu

Why Seventies cheese is back on the menu

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Too late to the par-tay to correct the pronunciation of latte? | Brief letters

Too late to the par-tay to correct the pronunciation of latte? | Brief letters

Northwest Passage | Advent calendars | Cutting a swathe | Coffee correction | ‘Orwellian’ messages I was impressed with Jesse Winter’s nod in his article (A road for all seasons puts Arctic Canada on the map, 15 November) towards what many Canadians think should be their real national anthem, the song Northwest Passage by Canadian […]

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Best restaurants near Oxford Street

Best restaurants near Oxford Street

Plan your London Christmas shopping around a lovely lunch at one of these restaurants near Oxford Street. Most department stores have a wealth of offerings and there are chains aplenty in the Oxford Street area, but if you want a little peace and quiet and a proper sit down you’ll need to walk one street […]

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Wine: if you’re after a bargain, look to Romania

Wine: if you’re after a bargain, look to Romania

Romanian winemakers look set to take advantage of 2017’s poor harvest elsewhere in Europe, and of Brexit, too Brows are furrowed among European winemakers and their UK customers: the slump in sterling has already hit the cost of our wine imports, and the disastrous 2107 harvest – yields are down by 50% or more in […]

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