Katy Salter

'Katy Salter' - 23 Article Result(s)

  • Coconut Water: All It's Cracked Up to Be?

    Coconut water contains natural sugars and some important vitamins and minerals, but is it the wonder tonic the hype suggests? Katy Salter reports.The Brazilians have been drinking it for years. So have people in India, ...

  • Jam wars: will reducing sugar destroy Britain's jam?

    Plans to reduce the minimum sugar content of jam have provoked a national outcry. Is this really 'the end of breakfast as we know it' - or just a storm in a jam jar?When is ...

  • Deb Perelman: big ideas in a small kitchen

    Deb Perelman writes one of the world's biggest food blogs from a galley-style New York kitchen. How would she cope on a boat?"I am staunchly opposed to single-use kitchen objects," says Deb Perelman in The ...

  • Oven chip sales slump: is the end nigh for frozen frites?

    Rising prices and a hot summer have seen sales of frozen chips fall. But don't discount the ultimate comfort food just yet ...Having chips for tea tonight? According to a current McCain ad set in ...

  • The great goat's cheese shortage of 2014

    Why are supplies of chèvre running so low, and whatever will vegetarians eat until the situation is resolved?Stockpile the chèvre and bulk-buy the rosary ash: there's a goat's cheese shortage. Warnings have been circulating for ...

  • Durian, the world's smelliest fruit, goes on sale in Britain

    The prized Malaysian musang king durian has reached British shores for the first time. Are you tempted to try the pungent, custardy fruit?Nose pegs at the ready ... musang king durians are now on sale ...

  • The best pancakes in the world

    Given their simplicity and spartan ingredients, it is unsurprising that pancakes are present in almost every food culture, from Russian blinis to Vietnamese banh xeo. So which are the best?Pancake Day is big business. Waitrose ...

  • This Mother's Day, Don't Forget Breakfast in Bed

    Make your mum smile by cooking a delicious breakfast, and she won't care about the toast crumbs in the bedsheets.Crumbs in the sheets. It always comes down to crumbs in the sheets. For breakfast-in-bed refuseniks, ...

  • Goat's Milk Ice Cream | Meet the Producer

    Goat's milk is not only low in lactose but is perfect for ice-cream, says Craig Allen of Greedy Goat.We've had people in tears of joy at our stall in Borough Market, London. These people are ...

  • The Cronut - the US Pastry Sensation That Must Cross the Atlantic

    These blends between croissants and doughnuts are all the rage in New York, but have yet to make it to the UK. So can you replicate them in your own kitchen?What do you get when ...

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