Deviled eggs, Marmite spaghetti, cake. In Mamma: Reflections on the Food That Makes Us, London food writer Mina Holland champions the dishes your mum used to make and the joy of a humble home-cooked meal.
“Write a list of everything you plan to cook on Christmas Day,” advises Nigella Lawson, TV chef and unrivalled domestic goddess. “Then go away, drink a cup of tea, and strike out about half the dishes you’d planned.”
We went along to a talk given by hit blogger and cookbook writer Ella Mills (a.k.a. Deliciously Ella) to find out what those attending think about our new obsession with all things “wellness.”
After yesterday’s announcement that the BBC would be removing—or at least archiving—its recipe section, we spoke to some of Britain’s top chefs for their thoughts on the much-loved food resource.
This Halloween, dig in to the best of the week's online deliciousness, courtesy of Instagram's finest food porn.
We all love indulging in late-night snacking, but for those with Night Eating Syndrome—yes, that's a technical term—an insatiable compulsion to consume food late at night is a necessity, not just a greedy decision.
Fifty years ago this year, one of the most delicious substances on the face of our planet was invented in the back room of an Italian bakery: Nutella. Half a century after its creation, the world's insatiable appetite for the sweet, spreadable brown...