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There are two different ways to fill éclairs...

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Adding butter to coffee sure is a serious kick-start to the morning

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You've peaked, charmingly functional glass

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A pink surprise?
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Rick Stein at his Seafood School in Padstow, Cornwall
The king of piscine cuisine shares the lessons that he's learnt with Alice-Azania Jarvis
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Burger King Japan's new Kuro burger range
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The world's meat consumption has quadrupled over the last fifty years. Too many of us include meat in every meal

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Cut and pasty: A workshop at the Great Cornish Food Festival

September and October see an array of food-related festivals up and down the country

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Changing mood in top restaurants as chefs drop formality from the menu

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Curious Brew
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Charlet samples freshly-caught scallops
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Local, seasonal, and foraged foods are vital

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Glass half-full: Sebely Pal, centre, with her Curtin Universityresearchers
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Barzun has hosted events at his Regent's Park residence, where fried catfish and corn dog canapés were served
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There’s the rub: chef Branatic Neufville at his restaurant Rice and Things in Bristol
Caribbean cuisine is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. David Gerrie goes in search of authentic soul food
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Sushi and sake classes offer valuable lessons
Sake is a palate cleanser, so don't skip the food
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Bang for your buck: my mother's 'fantastic' venison
If only all posh restaurants offered the same friendly service as L'Enclume
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Rock on: the Piccadilly branch of the Hard Rock Café
The restaurant chain's owners are embroiled in a bitter legal dispute
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Claw hammered: combine champagne and crustaceans at the Krug and Beast pop-up
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Strawberry fields: growing fruit and vegetables on the roof
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If ever a drink was deserving of an exhibition, it is the martini
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Grape expectations: Rothschild would be a good bet
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Hamper your plans: many restaurants now offer picnics
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Hemingway left a full, typed-out recipe for the perfect burger to the John F Kennedy Presidential Library
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You're toast: the Kadhai Spiced Crab gourmet toastie from Cinnamon Soho
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The big squeeze: Many people now juice their way to five a day
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Any investment greater than £500 gets you a free burrito
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One could argue that the burgers that Zagat lists are simply examples of comfort food reaching a sort of apotheosis
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I doubt that my asparagus can be all that “locally sourced” if I’m eating it in Soho
What does our 'farm-to-table' pretention say about us?
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ebookA wonderful selection of salads, starters and mains featuring venison, grouse and other game
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Every little dish at the Typing Room – from the courgette and basil profiterole snackette to the delicately cooked pigeon with baked celeriac and hazelnut – was clever and witty
Step away from the Soylent and enjoy the pleasures of real food
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Missing a trick: Chillies are about so much more than heat
If you can't stand the heat, opt for chillies that add flavour
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Tickled pink: ordering rosé no longer means getting an alcoholic Ribena
Rosé is increasingly popular - here's how to get the best from pink plonk
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