Food and Drink
We like to be a bit lavish with our spending at Christmas, and nothing sums that up more than the meal itself: turkey, pork or even duck or salmon, with roast potatoes, vegetables and all the trimmings.
On 21st November, The Social Company opened the doors to Temple and Sons, a new City grill restaurant and bar. Situated adjacent to the iconic Tower 42, Temple & Sons is a second partnership for Jason Atherton with Restaurant Associates.
The ultimate fry-up contains two sausages, two rashers of bacon, fried eggs, mushrooms, toast, beans and fried tomatoes – and RED sauce, a study has found.
The godfather of British cuisine, Marco Pierre White, has launched a new cookbook ‘Essentially Marco’ which is described as being “perfect for the home cook”.
Millions of people have no idea how their food is produced – with six in 10 admitting they didn’t realise dairy cows needed to be pregnant in order to produce milk, a study has found.
A survey has revealed that nearly one third of people, including office workers and students living in shared accommodation, have had their food stolen from a communal fridge.
“Culinary cluelessness” is causing millions of Brits to neglect half of the ingredients in their kitchen, a new study has revealed.
Brits are spending more than five hours a week consuming ‘food media’ – but just four hours actually cooking, a study has found.
Two of the UK’s most esteemed restaurateurs, Chris and Jeff Galvin, have just launched their first venture in the Home Counties at the impressive Centurion Club.
This autumn, LEON the ‘Naturally Fast Food’ chain will unveil an exclusive new dish, made in collaboration with professional chef, food writer and TV presenter, Gizzi Erskine.
Over half of sports and energy drink users say they would stop drinking or cut back on drinking sugary varieties if the price were to go up
With the tax on sugary soft drinks due to come into effect in April 2018, the majority of UK sports and energy drink users say they expect their purchasing of these products to be affected as a result of any price increases.
Brits are boosting their favourite dish of spaghetti bolognese … with chocolate.
Ahead of the new school term starting in September, national food redistribution charity, FareShare is calling for more fresh fruit suppliers to provide surplus produce to the charity, to help hundreds of breakfast clubs give children a healthy start to their day.
There's a popular perception that young adults down alcohol more frequently than any other demographic.
Six barbecues, nine days sunbathing, three packets of hayfever tablets and two jugs of Pimm’s - those are the ingredients of the typical British summer, according to new research.
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