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Whisk up some fondant fancies with kitchen implements that even Mary Berry would be proud to own
Ovolo Hotel, Melbourne
Britain's biggest high street bakery chain stands by its decision to stop stocking the Manchester treat a decade ago
If toast is an essential part of your breakfast, here's a guide to the best way to brown bread, bagels and crumpets
Bakers say the launch is 'the most exciting thing since the birth of the sausage roll'
The title Call Girl hits the screen in red neon 15 minutes into Mikael Marcimain’s film, followed by strippers grinding to jazz flute. Otherwise, don’t expect anything too lurid from this political thriller in which beige trench coats and rain on glass set the tone.
Renewed Israeli settling will likely undermine any goodwill
Scones with jam and cream are a British institution and people from Cornwall and Devon each claim the cream tea its own. But the Cornish believe they have the might of mathematical reasoning behind them.
It’s a seaside town known for its idyllic picture postcard scenery, but an area of Newquay has been turned into a warzone by menacing gulls.
Osborne's choice of a £10 takeaway Byron burger has caused a stir, with the Chancellor being quizzed on Radio 4 this morning over his "posh" tastes.
A short walk from St Mark's Square, a 13th-century mercantile building is now an intimate guesthouse
'In Tokyo, I spent nights sitting in bars, eating noodles, raw fish and fried foods'