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Samuel Muston finds out the trends we can expect next from the city that gave us sushi rolls, spiralising and quinoa
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Meg Ryan's character in 'When Harry Met Sally' is a fussy eater
Just like Sally in the movie, there will always be diners who want to play fast and loose with the lovingly created recipes on the menu. Should we let them, asks restaurateur Simonetta Wenkert?
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The acid test: chef Neil Snowball in his kitchen at Pétrus
A good vinegar is not just for salad dressings but a versatile and delicious ingredient in its own right. Sophie Morris meets the chefs who are venturing beyond the balsamic
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Groundnut gurus: Duval Timothy, Folayemi Brown and Jacob Fodio Todd want to bring African dishes into the mainstream
Three friends from London have drawn on their families' cooking to produce a cookbook that brings together the various flavours of sub-Saharan cuisines
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Helping hands: Moley Robotics’ automated kitchen
If a microwave is the most hi-tech thing in your kitchen, it could be time for an upgrade. Kevin Maney rounds up innovations to make your mouth water
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Offally good: Peruvian food champion Martin Morales, whose latest restaurant is Ceviche Old St
We've learnt to love offal again, but cardiac cuisine is something most British diners still steer clear of. Yet other cultures embrace this succulent meat – and you can even buy lambs' hearts in Waitrose
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Butternut squash with yoghurt and mint salad
Salads are emerging from the sidelines to become the main event on modern menus – and that means sprucing up
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Decorative cans from Portugese brand Cego Do Maio
Sophie Morris: Tins of pilchards, tuna or cockles are more than just store-cupboard staples. Pick the right ones and you can cook up a feast, says chef Bart van Olphen, whose book on the subject has become a surprise bestseller
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The Big Breakfast at Eastway, Liverpool Street
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The production of a meal consisting of a dozen oysters, followed by carpaccio of beef, might not make nail-biting viewing, but it's exactly what Christopher Hirst wants to eat
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High spirits: A barman pours a shot of tequila at La Hacienda in El Paso, Texas
The sophisticated spirit now holds its own with the finest whiskies and cognacs
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More people are seeking traditional loaves
Our increasing hunger for proper bread has brought a rash of new bakeries to every gentrified city street. But how do we know if we're getting the real thing?
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Moon walker: the tenets of biodynamic wine making require sowing grape seeds before a full moon
Biodynamic winemaking is having a moment in the sun (and moon) as vintners convert to its eco-friendly - if esoteric - methods. It's thirsty work, says Paul Gallagher
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Starch enemies: Melissa (left) and Jasmine Hemsley with their spiraliser
For the growing number of gluten-free, raw and health-conscious eaters, vegetable pasta is a godsend
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Whether you're looking for more energy, better digestion, heart/brain health, an immune system boost or foods to help you lost weight the healthy way
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Cafés and restaurant chains desperate for our custom are offering a mixed platter of loyalty incentives
Cafés and restaurant chains desperate for our custom are offering a mixed platter of loyalty incentives, from reward cards and membership apps to random freebies
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Goat meat is set to hit the shelves soon
It's loved by chefs, ethical, low in fat and delicious. So, will it give lamb a run for its money?
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