Bread is most irresistible to Kipple but she is also a big fan of ham and cheese
Build your own colosseum of gluttony
Struggling Hovis is to get £200 million of investment under a deal that will hand a major slice of the operation to an American firm.
There's still time to snap up a crafty gift for Christmas that will look great and keep little ones busy in the holidays
Robertson was on a news programme discussing the importance of carbohydrates
By the time Myrhrvold was 13, he was already cooking Thanksgiving dinners for his family. Food and its photography soon became twin obsessions. He initially worked as the chief technology officer for Microsoft, taking leaves of absence to earn his culinary diploma from the Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne in France. His move from technology to food was not, however, completed until he released his justly famed paeans to modern cooking techniques, Modernist Cuisine and Modernist Cuisine at Home. His latest book, The Photography of Modernist Cuisine, is published 22 October (£80).
The Prime Minister was asked by radio host to prove he understands the living costs for ordinary voters. In a shocking twist! He didn't.
If toast is an essential part of your breakfast, here's a guide to the best way to brown bread, bagels and crumpets
'I drink green tea to relax. It's also a great palate cleanser'
As headlines go, “Sliced bread is made here” is perhaps not the most compelling in newspaper history. Still, those five words, splashed across the front page of Missouri’s Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune in 1928, marked the moment the world discovered the greatest thing since, well, ever.
A day trip to Brighton on the hottest day of the year should be a treat. But as the train pulls into the station, the words of the woman who answered the phone at the local Conservative Party office pop back into my head. “Bring a mask with you,” she said chirpily. “It's stinky.”
An elderly German gentleman dubbed “Terror-Günter” is due to appear in court accused of a raft of anti-social behaviour offences.
Stuck for a romantic idea? Go for all-out luxury with a meal for two or something a little more high tech
John Torode is best known as the straight-talking TV presenter and judge of BBC’s MasterChef. He originally moved to the UK from his native Australia in the mid-1990s when he worked for the Conran Group. He owns two London restaurants. He is now working with IWSC Winemaker of the Year Neil McGuigan to launch the Neil McGuigan & John Torode Recipe Collection, a personalised food and wine matching service: mcguiganwines.co.uk
Tom Hunt is a self-proclaimed eco-chef who started his career working at Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage. He then went on to co-found Forgotten Feast, which works to revive British heritage recipes and reduce food waste. He works closely with the food charities FareShare, FoodCycle and StreetSmart. He has a restaurant, Poco, in Bristol and will be spending 2013 writing a cookbook.