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Teresa Palmer (left) and Nicholas Hoult in Warm Bodies

DVD & Blu-ray review: Warm Bodies (12)

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Kindling: The new magazine for hip(ster) daddios

The new magazine for hip(ster) daddios

You're a hipster in his thirties with a beard and a kid. What are you gonna read? About hipsters in their thirties with beards and kids. That's the thinking behind Kindling Quarterly, a new magazine about fatherhood launched this week in Brooklyn (obvs).

The real thing? Historian publishes Coca-Cola's 'secret formula'

Move by Mark Pedergrast comes in the same week as man tries to sell another variant on eBay for $5m

Jack Monroe has created recipes to feed herself and her son, Jonny, on £10 a week

The single mother who turned 9p meals into a publishing deal with A Girl Called Jack blog

Amateur cook’s blog about feeding her family on £10 a week attracted huge online audience

My life in food: Tony Conigliaro, Mixologist

‘I draw my inspiration from art, science and even perfumery’

The 10 best children's cookbooks

It's never too early to learn your way around a kitchen. Here's where to find the top recipes to get them started.

A recipe for braised pork by Nigella Lawson was found to contain 1,340 calories

Television chefs adding to obesity crisis with fatty dishes warn academics

Celebrity chefs are “exacerbating” the country’s obesity crisis by encouraging people to eat fatty dishes, a new study has claimed.

Stills from Jourdan Dunn's internet cookery show

Jourdan Dunn's cookery show 'Well Dunn': Here's one that I YouTubed earlier

Model Jourdan Dunn has a new online cooking show. It’s not about her knife skills (which leave a lot to be desired) – this is food TV for the connected generation

Jacob Kenedy: 'Bread is by far my favourite thing to make. Poor bread is, however, an insult to my humanity'

My life in food: Jacob Kenedy

'Bread is by far my favourite thing to make. Poor bread is, however, an insult to my humanity'

Food Glorious Food

TV review: Lightfields, ITV
Food Glorious Food, ITV

"It's all right... it's just a bird," Vivien says to her daughter Clare when a large raven clatters out of the fireplace at Lightfields farm. "No it isn't," we think at home. It is a sable-feathered harbinger of dread, and the first crumb in a cascade of the uncanny that is about to fall about your ears. Oh and Clare, when your Mum said, "There were squatters here once, but they got scared off", well, I don't think it was a sternly worded legal letter that had them scrambling for the door. We've got the soundtrack to help us, of course, signalling the moments at which an empty room suddenly becomes pregnant with menace. That and one of those triple-layered time schemes that is now pretty much a guarantee of unquiet history and unlaid ghosts.

Review: Red Ink, By Julie Mayhew

My big fat Greek funeral

Jessica's recipe bag: 'There were vegetables, there was cheese, there was meat, there was fish – there was even a lime for my gin and tonic. The cost? £69.'

On The Menu: Jessica's Recipe Bag; Joseph Joseph; Da Mhile whisky; Paxton and Whitfield; Coya restaurant

This week I've been eating... Jessica's Recipe Bag

TV chef cook book meals 'are less healthy than ready meals'

Recipes by TV chefs including Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson are “less healthy” than ready meals, researchers said.

IoS Books of the Year 2012: Food

The recipes for seasonal joy – and scallop curry

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