Versatile, healthy and a breeze to cook, eggs are a brilliant but hardly celebrated ingredient. Seb Holmes, chef and founder of London's Thai street food join Farang, shares some recipes to celebrate the food for British Egg Week
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The UK is one of the only countries in the world that doesn't commonly eat goat's meat. But that's set to change, as Lizzie Rivera finds out. Gourmet goat meat is being served at meat festival Meatopia this weekend, and it could soon be coming to a supermarket near you. Here’s how to cook it when it does…