Food

How to make the perfect New York-style bagel

Unless you live in New York, it can be tricky finding a good bagel. But you can easily cook them yourself - even if you’re a beginner, results will vastly surpass almost anything you’re likely to buy.

Travel guide to... Gourmet Italy

In the first of our three-part series on Italy, produced in association with Lonely Planet, Sarah Barrell introduces the country's varied regional delicacies, from Piedmont's truffles and risotto to Puglia's 'cocina povera'

A simple spring time sauce

For a beautifully seasonal springtime sauce, look no further than this wild garlic mayonnaise recipe, made from two key pillars of spring - wild garlic and rapeseed oil.

What is wild garlic?

The star attraction in the British foraging calendar, wild garlic is appearing earlier than normal this year thanks to the mild winter. Sally Abé takes a closer look at the fragrant flower.

 

How to make the ultimate margherita at home

I have dedicated much of my life to the pursuit of amazing pizza, that elusive delight. For something so simple, made of such few ingredients, the variety – and difference in quality – is staggering. I have eaten pizza all over the world, trained with master Roman pizza maker Gabriele Bonci and even run my own pizzeria. I have made pizza in every home oven I have ever had (and with my travel-happy life, that’s a lot of ovens), each oven with its own quirks, for good and for bad. This recipe is the result of that labour.

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