He was screaming 'F*ck, bastard, sh*t' and eating a whole wheel of cheese
Build your own colosseum of gluttony
The man allegedly also set up a profile on an internet dating site to advertise his fetish
So it turns out the heaving throng and buzzing high street of Chester are about as thumping a riposte to that hoary old phrase, "it’s grim up north" as could be imagined. True, there are places north of our offices in Kensington that are grim, but on a chilly weekend in November, this affluent town, used as a commuter point for workers from Manchester, Liverpool, Wrexham and the like, is positively bubbling. On first inspection, the restaurants aren't bad either.
Yet another dubious equation – describing a recipe for a beloved late-night snack – has left some mathematicians unimpressed
It’s been a busy couple of years at Philadelphia HQ. The range of pallid spreadable cheese seems to be attempting to catch up to Heinz when it comes to varieties of flavour.
Makes about 20 or more canapés/snacks
Twenty million kilograms of cheddar is a lot of cheese – enough to make roughly 200 million slices of cheese on toast, for one.
Tales of contradiction, confusion and condemnation from their fiercely loyal supporters have again engulfed Blackburn Rovers' unthinkable fight against relegation this week in what has become their version of business as usual.
German police are searching for thieves who may or may not be overweight and chocolate-mouthed after five tons of Nutella were stolen in the latest global food heist.
Molten mozzarella, provolone, fontina, mild cheddar and other cheeses will soon lurk in a crust near you
Pitts-Tucker is in charge of assessing all the cheese made by Davidstow, the largest cheddar producer in the UK. He grades each cheese on body (firmness), texture (feel) and flavour (style and strength level). He works most often with the Cathedral City brand, eating around 500 chunks of 500 different cheese blocks each week.
Cheese is embedded deeply in France’s sense of national identity. Charles de Gaulle said that it was impossible to govern a country which had so many different kinds of cheese.
There's nothing like a food scandal to get people laughing themselves horse, if this week's mane event anything to go by. Despite thinking on the hoof, Britain's punners weren't afraid to flog a dead horse in a bid for jokes. Here are some of the thoroughbreds...