Almost 30 years after eggs were linked to salmonella, those with the British Lion stamp can now be 'served raw or lightly cooked to all groups in society', a report finds
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
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
Whisk up some fondant fancies with kitchen implements that even Mary Berry would be proud to own
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.
Each of these dishes told a story, as the best meals should do
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?