New year, new start? Us too. Daisy Wyatt rounds up the best healthy snacks from popcorn and seeds to dried fruit
The first “world championship” for eating pickled baby gannets, known as “guga”, has sparked new calls for a total ban on the Hebridean tradition of hunting chicks by clubbing them with sticks.
The photo of a bear put together using clumps of meat is almost enough to put you off Christmas dinner
Renowned seller made fortune from bogus bottles sold to rich American collectors
BMJ takes a light-hearted look at 007's drinking habits for its Christmas edition
The head chef beat Adam Handling and Scott Davies to the coveted title
Friend describes pilot as 'the greatest friend a man could hope for. A steady, loyal brother in arms'
When it was announced that the Gay Hussar restaurant in Soho was to be closed up and sold by its owners, Corus Hotels, its dedicated clientele were disconsolate. How, they asked in various newspapers and magazine columns, could this monument to Hungarian food and late 20th-century Labour politics be lost to the property spivs?
It’s a super-sized change that will send a collective rumble through the stomachs of fast-food lovers everywhere.
Cooking in particular has got ever more competitive
England XI first Innings 318 for 0 (93 overs)
It is an enigmatic and highly intelligent animal known as a "mischievous escape artist". However, the luck of the pangolin has finally run out, say conservationists. This extraordinary creature is being slaughtered on an industrial scale and faces being eaten to extinction.
This week's Halal Food Festival is attracting interest among a growing group of foodies beyond the Muslim community
A tired hotel in the town’s smartest neighbourhood has been converted into an impressive holiday let, says Sophie Lam
Lena Corner finds out what makes a great place to eat
Salt cod is produced in the frozen north, treasured in the Mediterranean – and an acquired taste, as Gerard Gilbert discovers