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Carters of Moseley: Restaurant review

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The best whisky for 2015 is not Scottish

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The world's first Scottish tea (at £10 a cup)

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Wines of the week

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The Smoking Goat: Restaurant review

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1884 Dock Street Kitchen

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Named after the butler in Agatha Christie's novel, Tredwell's is elegant and quite affordable
Has Marcus Wareing overstretched himself with his latest opening?
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According to a new study, fruit juices marketed at children as being healthy can contain as much sugar as a glass of Coca-Cola
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Set to open a new London restaurant dedicated to his speciality
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Spicing things up: Mark's Shrimp Balchou (Jason Lowe)
Don't let the summer and autumn bounty slip away...get pickling
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Spring is one of the swankiest dining rooms in London
Skye Gyngell's smart new venue could hardly be more different from Petersham Nurseries
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Miso pumpkin with tofu makes a stylish starter to a Japanese-inspired meal
Miso makes the simplest dishes seem mouthwateringly complex
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This season is the seventh year Peter Bullock has fished for sardines, and he has often brought in as much as 20 tonnes of fish a night
When it's a sardine! Sales of the once-neglected fish are booming, thanks to rebranding
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Now, we have to consider restaurants not just on their quality but whether we can be bothered to stand outside them for 30 minutes waiting for a table
Food, or the way we relate to it, is making us anxious
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The restaurant's 'see-everything' kitchen serves up modishly tapas-esque dishes
The McLaren racing team's former head chef is Glasgow's new pace-setter
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Bill eats his banana and pecan cake for breakfast
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Messy eaters: babies have to learn their table manners somewhere
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The Providores is smart going on stuffy, with a hushed atmosphere
"There seem to be eight elements to each main - and that's before the salt and pepper
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The vineyards of the 600-hectare Frescobaldi estate wind through a hillside outside Florence, their grapes, drenched in Tuscan sun, yielding some of Italy's finest red wine
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Eat, drink, be merry: Quaglino’s in London’s Mayfair
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