Food & Drink

Thanksgiving Day is one of the biggest events in the American calendar but the most exposure Britain gets to the holiday is by watching US television series’ Thanksgiving-themed episodes. How did the day become so important? Why does the president pardon a turkey, and what on earth is ‘ambrosia’? Here is everything you need to know. When is
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Pubs and bars face closures across England in the areas worst affected by Covid-19, in the latest round of Government measures to combat the pandemic.  In an announcement to the House of Commons on Monday 12 October, Boris Johnson introduced a “three-tier” approach, with different measures rolled out in different regions depending on the amount of cases
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Biting Talk: Clarissa Ward, Calum Franklin It’s may be considered a cheap and unsophisticated chocolate bar by some, but intrepid war reporter Clarissa Ward says there isone item she can’t go into a conflict zone without: a Snickers bar. The multi-award winning chief international correspondent for CNN also has advice for budding war reporters: “If you’re a
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Pubs and bars face closures across England in the areas worst affected by Covid-19, in the latest round of Government measures to combat the pandemic.  In an announcement to the House of Commons on Monday 12 October, Boris Johnson introduced a “three-tier” approach, with different measures rolled out in different regions depending on the amount of cases
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Biting Talk English Wine The Decanter World Wine Awards is the world’s largest wine competition and, according to its co-chair, Master of Wine Sarah Jane Evans, the 2020 triumph of English wines is the result of climate change. “We had an amazing spring, a really lovely summer, and despite the rain the weather has been wonderful.
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Nearly three months after pubs and restaurants were allowed to reopen their doors, albeit with considerable restrictions, the coronavirus rules have tightened again following a surge in Covid-19 cases. Following the Government’s recent ’rule of six’ announcement, where most social gatherings of more than six people are banned in England, Boris Johnson has announced a new 10pm curfew for pubs. 
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Nearly three months after pubs and restaurants were allowed to reopen their doors, albeit with considerable restrictions, the coronavirus rules have tightened again following a surge in Covid-19 cases. Following the Government’s recent ’rule of six’ announcement, where most social gatherings of more than six people are banned in England, Boris Johnson has announced a new 10pm curfew for pubs. 
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Two months after pubs and restaurants were allowed to reopen their doors, albeit with considerable restrictions, the coronavirus rules have tightened again following a surge in Covid-19 cases. Following the Government’s recent ’rule of six’ announcement, where most social gatherings of more than six people are banned in England, Boris Johnson has announced a new 10pm curfew for pubs.  What
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Biting Talk: Carlo Carello, Camelia Panjabi, Charlie Bigham, Stephen Bayley A memoir about the late Sir Terence Conran written by Stephen Bayley but banned from publication now looks set to be published following his death. Bayley wrote the manuscript in 2018 but admits, ”Terence saw it and got incredibly cross.” The pair were subsequently in a legal
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Two months after pubs and restaurants were allowed to reopen their doors, albeit with considerable restrictions, the coronavirus rules are set to tighten. At Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s press conference on Wednesday afternoon, it was announced that most social gatherings of more than six people are to be banned in England from Monday.  What are
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Biting Talk: Niklas Ekstedt, Sabrina Ghayour and Paul Trudgian He is one of Sweden’s most acclaimed chefs and the owner of one of Stockholm’s most celebrated restaurants, Ekstedt. Niklas Ekstedt’s recipes and methods extol the virtues of traditional Nordic cooking methods – the open fire, with its flame, smoke and embers and cast-iron, from pans
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If you need a helping hand in the kitchen, want to expand your portfolio of recipes further or cook for a crowd with ease, it might be time to invest in a food processor.  These multi-tasking kitchen gadgets quite simply take all the work out of food preparation; whether you’re a seasoned pro or an amateur
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Life without the occasional steaming bowl of fresh pasta may not be worth living, and bragging rights are never more deserved than when you’ve rolled out the dough yourself. Plus, it tastes better than the dried stuff. Fancy mastering the ultimate Tuscan pappardelle, perfectly formed ravioli or classic linguine shape? The secret, in part, is to do with achieving the
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