Alex Renton

'Alex Renton' - 11 Article Result(s)

  • What's For Dinner in 2035?

    Alex Renton imagines what two families - one rich, the other hard-up - might be eating in the future.Predicting what we will eat in Britain in 2035 comes down to how gloomy you are about ...

  • Parents are Warned to Steer Clear of Sugar-Filled 'Healthy' Drinks

    Parents' efforts on healthy eating 'undermined' by marketing campaigns and lack of government interest.Read Alex Renton's report on sugary drinks.Nutritionists and health campaigners are calling on parents to avoid supposedly "healthy" fruit drinks during...

  • Why Cheap Meats Costs the Earth

    From breeding animals that feel no pain to cruelty in the slaughterhouse - our demand for meat poses huge moral dilemmas, says Alex Renton in this edited extract from his new book.In the rich world, ...

  • The best garlic varieties: a guide

    Lidl is selling a new variety of garlic, with easy-to-peel cloves. Is it worth buying - and if not, which is the best variety for you?"Lazy garlic" - what will they think of next? Lidl ...

  • Sugar is bad for us and we should all stop eating it - right?

    With Christmas upon us, and the inevitable detox afterwards, Sarah Wilson and Alex Renton thrash out the sugar questionSarah Wilson, broadcaster and author of I Quit Sugar I've been asked to share why I reckon ...

  • Food waste solutions: cuttlefish testicles and pigs' heads

    A new exhibition highlights chefs' ideas about avoiding waste, including dishes such as mackerel scratchings and bin-end pilaffWaste is the most pressing problem in modern food (unless you don't have enough of it - but ...

  • Expand Your Rice Repertoire

    It's the staple food of almost half the world's population, yet for most Brits it comes in just two types.We've used rice in Britain since the middle ages: our ancestors boiled it in milk with ...

  • Salt: Chefs are Still Laying it on Thick

    Government advice is that you should use just half a pinch of salt a day. But the only people who appear to pay any attention to this are those with cooking shows on TVCooking telly ...

  • The Chefs Who Photograph Their 'Artworks' for Posterity

    Chefs often see themselves as great artists - but their creations are destroyed almost as soon as they're created. Now an art project seeks to immortalise their workPity the chefs with artistic pretensions. Not least ...

  • Sugar: a guide to the sweet stuff in all its forms

    Can you enjoy sweet food and drink without overloading on calories, and is honey really better for you than refined white sugar? Learn how to tell one sweetener from another with our essential guideSugar is ...

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