Makes about 20 or more canapés/snacks
'Wide-ranging review' aims to restore consumer confidence
If you thought the British high street had cleaned up its act when it came to falsely advertised meat, think again.
Horsemeat weighing 100kg (220lb) and falsely labelled as beef has been identified by council officials, with 40kg (88lb) of it already sold to the public.
Food Standards Agency officials investigating the adulteration of beef with horse meat seized more supplies, as MPs demanded the watchdog be handed greater powers to check for fraud in the meat trade.
The speed and voracity of concocted rage, and “bullying” claims, is startling
FSA chief says tests must be conducted on other meats in the food chain
Revelations come amid concerns that luxury meals could be next to be hit by scandal
As foodies and health neurotics will tell you, manuka is a kind of super-honey, honey with magical healing properties. There was a buzz of excitement about it four years ago, when it was claimed that its antiviral and antibacterial wonderfulness meant it can heal flesh wounds: when you've finished spreading it on your toast you can smear it on your hurt finger. It comes from a single source – the bees that pollinate manuka trees in New Zealand's East Cape region – and costs a bloody fortune.
Suppliers in continental Europe are suspected of being the source of horsemeat found in beef products, a processing firm has claimed
Beef Products Inc former employees sues Oliver and others after losing his job
The curious history of kitchen utensils and their changing forms makes for a book to savour
Tesco has been accused of fuelling the destruction of the Amazon rainforest by selling beef from cattle reared on land stolen from the jungle. During a two-year investigation, Greenpeace found that canned beef from cows on illegally deforested pasture had found its way on to the shelves of the UK's biggest supermarket chain.
Tesco has been accused of fuelling the destruction of the Amazon rainforest by selling beef from cattle reared on land stolen from the jungle.
One bad pun aside, few country inns live up to this Devon delight