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As drug fiends usually know, peyote is a Mexican cactus with hallucinogenic properties; the visions it conjures are so strong that a religious cult once sprang up to worship it. And a pretty hefty restaurant cult has appeared in the UK that worships simple Mexican cuisine.

German cockroaches - smaller than the famous American cockroach - have evolved to lose their sweet tooth

Doctor pulls 2cm long cockroach from Hendrik Helmer's ear

The creature crawled into his ear as he slept

Squash salad makes a great winter starter

Mark Hix recipe: Squash salad

Serves 4-6

A healthier diet, not drugs, is ‘the best way to cut dementia’

The battle against dementia should be refocused to the benefits of a Mediterranean diet and away from “dubious drugs”, a group of doctors and health experts said ahead of the G8 summit on the condition in London this week.

Artichokes, olive and caper salad

Mark Hix recipe: Artichokes, olive and caper salad

Serves 4

Spaghetti with Mark's tomato sauce

Mark Hix recipe: A simple tomato sauce

Serves 6-8

Love, Nina, By Nina Stibbe - Paperback review

Nina Stibbe moved to London in 1982 to work as a nanny for Mary-Kay Wilmers, the editor of the London Review of Books. In the years following, she wrote letters home to her sister in Leicester, and Love, Nina is the result.

Crispy cheek and dandelion salad with roast pork
Cauliflower, Treviso and caper salad

Cauliflower, Treviso and caper salad

Serves 4

Keep it simple: Roasted cauliflower with black garlic

Roasted cauliflower with black garlic

Serves 4-6

Fillet of pike with sauce Nantua

Fillet of pike with sauce Nantua

Serves 4

Google reveals new Hummingbird search algorithm to better handle natural speech

News was announced at a press conference in the garage where Sergei Brin and Larry Page first launched the search engine

Bit of spice: Partridge tagine with olives

Partridge tagine with olives

Serves 4-6

The slight saltiness of the samphire and the bacon works well with them as a simple combination for a starter

A plate of girolles, samphire and bacon

Serves 4

People with a consistent Mediterranean diet are 12 per cent less likely to develop diabetes

Greek study shows benefits of a Mediterranean diet

People who consistently eat mostly vegetables, fruit and nuts, fish and seafood and olive oil are 12 per cent less likely to develop diabetes

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