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Jamie Oliver: European immigrants are 'much stronger, much tougher' than British youth

Jamie Oliver slams 'wet behind the ears' British youth who don't work as hard as Europeans

TV chef says all his restaurants would have to close were it not for European immigrants, who are 'tougher and stronger' than their British counterparts

Jamie Oliver: Let them eat stale bread

Multi-millionaire chef insists low-income families waste their money on ready meals

Jeff Galvin of the Galvin chain of restaurants

My life in food: Jeff Galvin, chef and restaurant owner

"Bread is my guilty pleasure - a classic French baguette is my favourite"

Chef Tim Allen of Launceston Place tries his luck front of house

Can a Michelin-starred chef make the grade as a waiter?

Tim Allen traded his whites for his best suit for a taste of life front of house. Gillian Orr finds our how he fared

Little Chef sold to Kuwaiti firm Kout Food Group for £15 million

The restaurant chain went on sale in April by turnaround firm RCapital

Seasonal treats: fine dining at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

Food Miles: Cutting-edge cuisine at Britain's country-house hotels

Imagine yourself on a weekend away at a British country-house hotel, and thoughts of afternoon tea on the terrace and reading the papers over a full English breakfast may well spring to mind. But those traditions have now been supplemented by some of the most modern cooking happening anywhere in the country.

Mange Tout, By Bruno Loubet

"OH JESUS." Such is the two-word response fired back at me by a friend on receipt of my latest invitation to be a gastronomic guinea pig for this column. But then, to be fair to her, she was present at my inaugural Cooking the Books dinner, aka "The Gwyneth Paltricide"; this time, I assure her, I'm dealing with a far more benevolent recipe provider, namely Bruno Loubet.

Whole-life sentence: List of current prisoners serving whole-life tariffs

The following is a list of current prisoners serving whole-life sentences, and the date they were given the tariff. Some of the prisoners, such as Peter Sutcliffe, received an initial sentence for their crimes long before the whole-life tariff was imposed.

Brasserie Chavot, 41 Conduit Street, London W1

Amol Rajan finds bad upholstery undermines good food at Eric Chavot's newest spot

The latest vegetable to be sliced up, cooked in oil and served as a snack at middle-class dinner parties is asparagus

It’s crunch time for British asparagus as vegetable is made into latest gourmet crisp

We’ve had crisps made from beetroot, parsnip, sweet potato and even carrot but the latest vegetable to be sliced up, cooked in oil and served as a snack at middle-class dinner parties is asparagus.

Marco Pierre White

Marco Pierre White faces up to £0.5m bill after losing court battle over restaurant as judge calls him a ‘dishonest idiot’

Mr Justice Morgan questioned chef's 'intelligence' in bringing the claim

Alex James: The cheesemaker and musician talks superstar chefs, Blur and bad habits

Our food culture was a laughing stock until 20 years ago When rationing ended back in 1954, British food had a lot to catch up on. As a teenager I used to save up loads of money to go to France and spend it all on good food there. It may have been only 21 miles from England, but Calais tomatoes were a completely different proposition from Dover ones. On one exchange visit, instead of buying cigarettes and alcohol, I spent my money on juicy steaks from a butcher and delicious potatoes at a grocer, and had a feast.

Little Chef was put up for sale by owner Rcapital in April

Dragon James Caan 'checking out Little Chef takeover'

Dragon's Den judge James Caan is reportedly considering a bid for the Little Chef chain of roadside restaurants in a move that could safeguard the future of the brand.

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