Alternatively titled: Why lunch can unite the world, despite an increasingly screwed up global political climate and a massive rise in intolerance.
There are about 214,000 food books about on Amazon alone. So how do you sort the gems from the mediocrity? This list is a good place to start.
John takes a look at the ‘manly art of outdoor cooking’ according to Playboy magazine or ‘how to play with fire’.
A personal opinion piece on the UK’s EU referendum, a country divided and why many of those who voted to leave are the very worst kind of people.
The jacket potato is a wonderfully simple thing which makes it criminal to get it wrong. Here is our guide to fluffy centres and crispy skins.
We took ourselves and a camera on a little daytrip to the English seaside and experienced some of the highs and lows of Margate.
Chuck some spice and cheese into a tomato, cover it in breadcrumbs and fry until you get an amalgam of wonderful yumminess in a vaguely Scotch egg like form factor.
Our recipe for a zingy tomato cobbler with blue cheesy dumplings. It’s a cornucopia of explosive mouthfeels and exciting flavours.
Take some tomatoes and bastardise a traditional French recipe to end up with something absolutely sublime. Presenting the tomato tarte tatin…
Everyone loves a sausage, but don’t neglect the veg when the sun shines. Tickle your tastebuds with these barbecue tomato parcels.
Chicken, halloumi, saladness, crispy additions and a garlicky sauce, all encased in a couple of slices of bread = a bloody marvellous sandwich.
Ah, the humble (or not so humble) sausage sandwich. Thickly cut bread, wonderful cylinders of porkiness, a bit of salad and some gin!