The celebrity chef, restaurateur and television presenter would head to Australia for cabbage and soppy songs.
The chef, restaurateur and mentor to Jamie Oliver returns to his home village on the Amalfi coast and takes the simple way out.
The novelist, food writer and restaurateur goes out with a bang at a family barbecue with plenty of meat, wine and larks.
The actor and cookbook author's final curtain would fall on an Italian feast full of family memories.
The legendary food writer would be lulled by a musical luncheon.
Barack Obama enjoyed a breakfast beer at the G7 summit and a London bar is now serving morning wine. From bloody mary to brandy, an early tipple is a fine European tradition
Olive oil may have become a staple for most home chefs, but there are others worth considering.
The most important meal of the day is given some get up and go with your portable breakfast recipes for sweet and savoury granolas, fast and filling jars of oats and tasty tahini buns...
French baker, chef and author Richard Bertinet shells his last langoustine.
Its a Middle-East family feast, Jerry Lewis films and a Frank Zappa album for chef Greg Malouf.
Its Jazz and a Japanese theme among the cherry blossoms for chef David Everitt Mathias' send-off.
The Cornwall-based chef opts for a Seychelles send-off.
The master of modern Indian cuisine would check out with a childhood feast.
This week were excited about a swathe of freshly published cookbooks, TEDx talks on food and a fancy set of wooden Nordic cooking utensils.
This week were excited about being let into patissier Dominique Ansels secret recipes, signing up for the Cookery School at Portland Street, and checking out the best coffee shops in Portland.
Nicholas Phan started London's Biju Bubble Tea to make sure that his favourite drink was always made as well as it could be.
Tom Copas' Berkshire turkeys are so free-range he uses dogs to herd them. Now his flock are famed as the finest birds in the UK.My family has been farming in Cookham, Berkshire, for 120 years. We started off keeping cattle outside the pub, and slowly...