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While jumping in the car to pick up a burger isn't the most strenuous of outings, Burger King appears to think differently. The company has been quietly rolling out a delivery service across the US this year. The most recent state to benefit is Florida, which began its pilot programme at earlier this month.
Before the storm, it would have been a familiar setting here in lower Manhattan: a man behind the counter, a row of lottery tickets above him and a wall of cigarettes behind him.
Chris Corbin and Jeremy King are on a roll. In the past 10 months, they've opened three major restaurants in central London. The Delaunay flung its doors wide in the Aldwych in early December; its black marble pillars, station clock and calorific cake trolley shouted Vienna in its heyday.
A new luxury cruise offers the chance to explore the wonders of the Peruvian Amazon in style
Police today defended their decision to issue an e-fit of a burglary suspect who looked as though he had a lettuce on his head.
Who's hiding in here? Testudo hermanni, or Hermann's tortoise, sometimes referred to as a Mediterranean tortoise. He's quite little, for a tortoise, growing to just eight inches, which is smaller than a giant African land snail, for crying out loud.
They may come from opposite ends of Britain, but the food writers (and chefs) Simon Hopkinson and Mark Hix are united by a love of great grub, quality ingredients – and honest cooking. They talk turnips with John Walsh
The celery is perfect, the marigold edging delightful; it's an A for effort and results, says Emma Townshend, as she visits the student vegetable plots at Kew
Two National Trust workers on an ecological roll explain all to Emma Townshend
Skye Gyngell shares her chicory tips