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England clearly needed a pick-me-up in Poland. Steve Tongue looks at what history has to offer
Racing Metro 22 Munster 17
Recession-hit adult children are being forced to holiday with their parents, survey shows
My earliest food memory...Seeing my mum and grandmother cooking – although growing up as a boy in rural Spain at that time, you weren't supposed to be in the kitchen. If there's one thing that evokes childhood for me, it's partridge. My grandmother would cook it at Christmas, and I still remember the smell of the burning feathers.
A taste of Andalucía
The maiden aunt's tipple is enjoying a revival. But is it the 'Downton' effect?
Serves 4 as main course
Japan yesterday deployed army helicopters and police water cannon manned by what the media are calling "suicide squads" in a frantic attempt to cool overheating fuel rods and prevent meltdown at a nuclear power plant ravaged by an earthquake and tsunami one week ago.
To the lunchtime drinkers at Sam's Chop House off Manchester's Cross Street he was simply Mr Lowry: a shy man who liked a half of bitter, a bowl of soup and a cob while relaxing in the old sherry bar during his break from work as a rent collector.
This is lovely as part of a mezze plate, with raw vegetables or warm flatbread, grilled aubergines and peppers. It also goes well with barbecued chicken, chorizo or even folded through a plate of warm clams.
In a career spanning over 40 years, photographer Paul Joyce has captured an impressive array of actors, film-makers and artists, from Jane Fonda in full Barbarella garb to legendary British sculptor Henry Moore. And now you can take a peek at some of his best (including many previously unseen) images, at a retrospective at Proud Chelsea art gallery from Wednesday, including a startlingly young-looking Quentin Tarantino, and a dishevelled Johnny Cash. proud.co.uk