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ScottishPower cuts prices by 3.3 per cent

How much wasabi should I put on my sushi?

I'm a little surprised that the question presumes that there is a correct way of eating sushi.

New yuzu fruit 'superfood' goes on sale in Waitrose

Juice from a Japanese citrus fruit hailed as the next superfood because of its level of vitamin C is to go on sale in UK supermarkets.

Nathan Myrhvold initially worked as the chief technology officer for Microsoft

My Life in food: Nathan Myrhrvold

By the time Myrhrvold was 13, he was already cooking Thanksgiving dinners for his family. Food and its photography soon became twin obsessions. He initially worked as the chief technology officer for Microsoft, taking leaves of absence to earn his culinary diploma from the Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne in France. His move from technology to food was not, however, completed until he released his justly famed paeans to modern cooking techniques, Modernist Cuisine and Modernist Cuisine at Home. His latest book, The Photography of Modernist Cuisine, is published 22 October (£80).

Tender mercies: Food lovers say that halal food has a superior flavour and texture

Move over organic – the new big business in food is halal

This week's Halal Food Festival is attracting interest among a growing group of foodies beyond the Muslim community

Indian students of Saint Joseph Degree college participate during an anti-rape protest in Hyderabad

Delhi gang-rape: Four men sentenced to death by hanging

India's legal system allows for execution only in 'the rarest of the rare cases', when the prosecution has proved 'the collective conscience was shocked'

Wayne Rooney alongside David Moyes

Wayne Rooney and Manchester United enjoy 'civilised' evening at team-bonding meal

The want-away striker attends evening organised by David Moyes

Andre-Pierre Gignac has only scored once in five months and is the focus of struggling Marseilles' supporters' frustrations

Transfer news: Newcastle 'target' Andre-Pierre Gignac adamant he will remain at Marseille

The Magpies are eager to recruit new strikers

Per Mertesacker of Arsenal FC poses dressed as a Samurai Warrior in the Urawa Royal Pines Hotel in Japan

Video: Arsenal players dress up as Samurai Warriors and make sushi on pre-season tour in Japan

Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker wield swords on pre-season tour

Per Mertesacker of Arsenal FC poses dressed as a Samurai Warrior in the Urawa Royal Pines Hotel in Japan

In pictures: Arsenal players dress up as Samurai Warriors and make sushi on pre-season tour in Japan

Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker wield swords on pre-season tour

Travel agenda

From Chilean Patagonia to luxury bell tents and Dr Who at Heathrow

Soldiers evacuate tens of thousands of flood victims in northern India

Soldiers are working to evacuate tens of thousands of people still stranded in northern India where nearly 600 people have been killed in monsoon flooding and landslides.

Private firm growth drifts to the South

Private companies in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North-east are struggling for growth as the centre of business power moves "inexorably southwards", according to a report published this week.

Mystery over Pippa Middleton's new company

Pippa Middleton has set up her own company, it emerged today, although exactly what it will do remains unknown.

Yo! Sushi owner in bidding for burger chain

The owner of Yo! Sushi is battling rival private equity firms to acquire Byron, the upmarket burger chain, for £100m.

Bidding war for burger chain Byron

The owner of Yo Sushi is battling rival private equity firms to acquire Byron, the upmarket burger chain, for £100m.

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