Fans would be keen to go to work on this egg
Scientific chef J. Kenji Lopez-Alt has come up with a new formula for the seemingly simple cooking task
Such spectacles by ‘rogue minorities’ can act as a catalyst for inviting coverage of issues like austerity, housing and disability cuts
If anyone can complete a 127-mile cycle race through the Pyrenees called the “Bone Breaker”, having done no exercise for years, surely it would be a doctor. They might not have quite the depth of medical knowledge that Lance Armstrong possesses, but surely they can merrily prescribe themselves an assortment of finest pharamceuticals to get themselves over the hump.
A former quarrymen's workshop provides a cosy, characterful base for exploring the Snowdonia scenery. By Holly Williams
The former home of Dick Whittington combines medieval grandeur with modern comforts, says Matthew Bell
Serves 6 as a starter
It is dismaying to watch these two air their dirty washing so proudly in public
I had a Sunday roast with some children last weekend, so this one will be about that.
It's been a while since I did this. The shuffle past sharp-suited doormen into the shock-and-awe lobby. The jostling at the bar alongside cocktail-sipping gobshites. The awkward attempt to interact with waitresses dressed in scanty black mini-dresses. The realisation that I'm the only female in the place wearing trousers, a dodo among flamingos.
This week I've been eating. . . egg, ham and peas
A charter jet will fly the birds to New York, from where they will be distributed to sanctuaries on the east coast
An animal baby boom prompted a move to answer an age-old dilemma: what are those monkeys doing?
Have them raw or cooked, for dessert, dinner or cocktails – the uses for blueberries are limitless