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Frequent swearers such as Gordon Ramsay can utter profanities without feeling an emotional response, and thus do not get the same pain-relieving effects

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Young Turks at The Ten Bells 84 Commercial Street, London E1

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I'd never met the chef. He's a brilliant technician who always kept a low profile - until now

Chef murdered internet date and ate sausages made from the corpse

A chef in Russia has confessed to luring a man to his flat so he could kill and eat him and then posting videos of the dishes he made from the corpse on the internet.

Chef killed herself after fearing she might be fired

A talented chef who was worried she was going to lose her job killed herself, despite being assured earlier in the day by the celebrity cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall that she was to be kept on.

Beer: The perfect drink for Saturday morning

Plenty of people, no doubt, find ‘Saturday Kitchen’ annoying, but few do anything about it. The BBC show’s unchallenging mixture of cooking advice, old clips (Keith Floyd, invariably, being any given week’s highlight) and weak banter will not, inevitably, appeal to everyone but there is one group who have particular reason to feel aggrieved. That group is Britain’s growing army of craft beer lovers.

Medium Raw, By Anthony Bourdain

"I'm still a cranky old fuck," declares Bourdain, at the end of this book of memoirs-cum-pensées. "And I'm still angry." Well, who'd have guessed?

'Independent' chef wins award

Mark Hix has won the Cookery Journalist of the Year award for his food writing in The Independent at the Guild of Food Writers' Awards.

MPs call for fishing quota change

The Government's approach to the trade in fishing quota has been criticised by a committee of MPs.

How We Met: Anna Hansen & Fergus Henderson

'We were partial to the odd glass while working, but we've still got all our fingers'

The 10 best frying pans

It’s the quintessential British pan, but even if you’re more Heston services than Heston Blumenthal, a good fryer is a crucial bit of kitchen kit...

'Chef killer may have been quizzed'

The detective leading the hunt for missing Claudia Lawrence revealed today that he could have "potentially" spoken to her killer, as her friends and family marked the second anniversary of her disappearance.

The 10 Best kitchen knives

These are the tools favoured by chefs in the world’s top restaurants and budding masterchefs at home. Slice and dice with this cut of the finest blades...

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How We Met: Peter Gordon & Tim Lott

'We agree on a lot of things, but Tim is wrapped up in his head and I'm a bit more earthy'
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