Fat chance: Xand van Tulleken in ‘Horizon: Sugar vs Fat’

Sugar vs Fat, TV review: Binge twins make a meal of it

Last night's Horizon (BBC2) pitted the two best food types against each other in "Sugar vs Fat", a battle which – as I flounce towards a chubby middle age – I'm calling as a score draw. They're both brilliant.

Cranachan with Rhubarb is a dead simple dessert to make and it's full of flavour

Mark Hix recipe: Cranachan with rhubarb

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Middle-class problems: Gender neutral toys

Herol Graham was one of the best fighters not to win a world title during the last 25 years

Steve Bunce on Boxing: Herol Graham could be a rare phenomenon – a great fighter who becomes a leading trainer

The truth is that some of the very best boxers from the last 25 years refused to fight Herol "Bomber" Graham and he failed to win a world title during a remarkable boxing career.

Monkeys banned from eating bananas at Devon zoo

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'Chicken McNuggets' at a McDonalds fast-food restaurant in Yichang, central China's Hubei province

World hunger has dropped greatly – but what do we do about the planet’s expanding waistline?

Body mass index rises alongside economic growth

A bagel contains a whole cube of sugar

'Sugar is the new tobacco': Cuts to amounts hidden in food could halt obesity epidemic, claim doctors

Experts aim to emulate the reduction in salt levels in our diet

The Chefjet produces multicoloured confectionery with 3D technology

Intricate, beautiful sugar cubes could be the key to getting 3D printers into the kitchen

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Mark Hix recipe: Cranberry and chestnut cheesecake

If you gave most families the choice between a cheesecake and Christmas pudding, they would probaly opt for a cheesecake. There is something so comforting about a creamy cheesecake with its biscuity base – with Christmas fruits, it keeps everyone festive.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Former Tottenham chairman Alan Sugar wants Sir Alex Ferguson to come out of retirement and replace Andre Villas-Boas

There has been speculation over the future of AVB following Spurs' 6-0 defeat to Manchester City

Rhodri Marsden: the embodiment of irresistible masculinity, obviously

Rhodri Marsden: Dear Tesco, our relationship is becoming a bit creepy

I'd like to invite you to play a mercifully short game that involves glancing at my byline picture and making broad generalisations about the kind of stuff I might like to buy. I'm evidently the embodiment of irresistible masculinity, so what do you reckon?

A Coke delivery in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Mexico’s Coke wars ignite as the government places a tax on ‘the real thing’

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