Tenderstem broccoli omelette with ricotta and pine nuts

Bill Granger recipes: Tenderstem broccoli omelette; Fried eggs with Mexican-style tomato and chilli sauce; Pan-fried cavolo nero with soft-boiled egg

For me, a proper breakfast means eggs, says Bill Granger. And don't think that just means scrambled, either…
Spiced pheasant and lentil soup

Mark Hix recipes: Spiced pheasant and lentil soup; Pig's trotter and green pea stew; Gymkhana's potato chaat; Grilled cuttlefish with black peas

Think dried peas and beans sound boring? These hearty, tasty winter dishes will make you think again
Slow-roasted lamb shoulder with rosemary potatoes and chilli relish

Bill Granger recipes: Slow-roasted lamb shoulder; Baked soup of cabbage, bread and anchovies; Pan-fried pork steaks with Marsala

The best Italian cookery is simple, unpretentious and, most of all, homely, says Bill Granger
Parsnip gratin with bacon

Forget the calorie-laden cafe versions, here's a homemade Chai Tea Latte recipe

Chai latte is a much a loved, very sweet drink offered in all the main coffee shop chains. The real version is less sweet, and more spicy - perfect for the cold weather

Perfect chemistry: Aaron Paul (left) as Jesse and Bryan Cranston as Walter in 'Breaking Bad'

Baking Breaking Bad: Become a Kingpin cook like Walter Wheat with 'blue meth crunch' and 'Heisen-Batten-Burg'

Try your hand at Mr White's Tightey Whitey Bites and other recipes (scroll down)

Halloween recipe - Chocolate spider muffins

Makes 12

Happy Diwali 2014: Five sweet and delicious recipes

Celebrate the festival of lights with these easy treats to make at home

National Curry Week: Cardamom and Orange Sharbat Kulfi recipe

Sharbats were flavoured sweet and sour drinks that were cooling and refreshing as well as zingy. This take on kulfi takes the flavours of a sharbat but made in a quick and easy way, more like a light gelato.

National Curry Week: Best Ever Bombay Potatoes recipe

A restaurant dish and probably a hybrid of some of India’s more popular home-grown potato recipes.  I have to say this dish beats my own Punjabi cumin potatoes, and it goes with almost everything.

Bill's apple and ginger bake combines the best of crumble and pie in one

Bill Granger: Apple and ginger crumble pie; Blackberry meringue pie; Spiced pear, blueberry and almond shortcake; Fig and raspberry tray slice with crunchy oat topping; Orange-scented plum tarte tatin

Bubbling fruit within a layer of gloriously buttery pastry – relax into autumn with Bill Granger's fruit bakes
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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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