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We might not be ready to 3D print a roast, but the complicated and edible structures produced by 3D printers could be the start of something new
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.
There has been speculation over the future of AVB following Spurs' 6-0 defeat to Manchester City
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?
Makes ¼ltr jar
Communities from Brazil to Cambodia are losing homes to make room for sugar crops, it is claimed
Politicians accused of inflaming tensions after Muslims flee homes in Uttar Pradesh
An easy win over Alvarez earned the champ $3.46m per round, but leaves the big question still unanswered, says Steve Bunce
Frankel himself struggled to preserve the dignity of Glorious Goodwood last year, when obliged to compete with the London Olympics. Today the fixture’s claims as the most charming ritual of the British Turf are threatened with dilution only by the weather forecast, which has rather too equivocal a look for the liking of either punters or aesthetes. The latter most cherish the swaying backdrop of cornfields and woodland when bathed in sunlight; while the former have more practical distaste for rain clouds.
Leader battles against complacency with Paris in sight as Quintana closes on podium finish
The titan of University Challenge reckons it’s time the BBC stopped treating audiences like idiots
Family rivalry is all very well, but perhaps not if you blatantly upstage the head honcho. After Libertarian ran such a fine second in the Derby, he was headhunted by Sheikh Mohammed to run for his Godolphin operation and is second favourite for Saturday's Irish version of the Classic. Today, though, Mohammed's cousin and namesake (their respective fathers, Rashid and Khalifa, were brothers) recruited another of the fancied runners in the Curragh contest, Sugar Boy, to his own string.
“I’m not perfect. There are occasions I may have got it wrong,” Lord Sugar declared, in a rare display of humility. “But I haven’t seen anyone who’s become a new Branson or Zuckerberg that I’ve let go.”
They're gross, says Eleanor Doughty, and they make you feel bad
O'Brien admits time running out for winter favourite but is pleased by Ballysax victor
Politicians do not normally enjoy it when they are ambushed on a television programme. But Vince Cable, the Business Secretary, is an exception.