The National Day of England falls on 23 April, and is traditionally celebrated as the feast day of Saint George
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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Actor reportedly drinks one of the beverages every morning
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Simple dessert can be made in under an hour
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The perfect set-up for the big day? A light yet rich fish dinner, says Stevie Parle. (Oh, and a sticky toffee pudding, to get you in the mood…)
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, there are a few precious days left to plan for the all-important dinner.
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No, not another kale smoothie - we love our kale with lashings of lemon juice and cracked black pepper
Yolanda Gampp, known for her incredible creations on YouTube, has created a Brain Cake inspired by TV series The Walking Dead, and it looks sufficiently scary/delicious for you to try this Halloween.
There's nothing like the silky texture and delicate tang of natural yoghurt, says our chef
Members of the gourd and squash family don't really get used to their full potential
Still sourcing dinner-party ingredients from multiple shops or mega markets? A new book suggests you might be better off looking closer to home. Sophie Morris pops into 'The Cornershop Cookbook' and discovers what can be achieved with a dusty bottle of Lambrini
A feast for the eyes