Rebecca Seal , guardian.co.uk, August 22, 2015 15:46 IST
When the British model and presenter is in New York, this is a favourite way to kick off her day.
Thomasina Miers , guardian.co.uk, August 22, 2015 15:37 IST
Make the most of whats left of summer with two dishes that are perfect for soaking up the last of the sunshine.
Ed Smith , Guardian.co.uk, August 21, 2015 13:37 IST
Shared meals can often be over-reliant on a showboating meat or fish main that demands star billing. But why not let the humble side dish take some of the limelight for a ...
Lauren Gambino , Guardian.co.uk, August 21, 2015 13:27 IST
Betty Kalin spends most of her time catering to clients, but her monthly meal for 20 guests offers a chance to indulge her own interests - and visitors palettes.
Pete Wells , The New York Times, August 19, 2015 16:15 IST
Eating in a different restaurant almost every night, I am rarely bored. But I do get a little misty-eyed for the civilian life Ive left behind.
Julia Moskin , The New York Times, August 19, 2015 16:01 IST
The difference between a sliced cucumber salad and a smashed cucumber salad reveals itself on first bite.
Martha Rose Shulman , The New York Times, August 19, 2015 15:56 IST
Cooked figs go beautifully with meat, especially a griddled or pan-cooked chicken breast.
Thomasina Miers , guardian.co.uk; filed by Sparshita Saxena, August 17, 2015 15:56 IST
When were on holiday, no one wants to spend hours at the stove. Which is where this peppery take on roast chicken and a simple posset come in handy.
Eve O'Sullivan , guardian.co.uk; filed by Sparshita Saxena, August 17, 2015 15:19 IST
The intense hit of honey raises your recipes for roasted feta, Chinese-style pork and glazed potatoes to a sweeter level of loveliness.
Henry Dimbleby , guardian.co.uk; filed by Sparshita Saxena, August 17, 2015 14:58 IST
This humble cephalopod takes happily to the barbecue: its pearly white flesh charring perfectly to become an ideal vehicle for a piquant dressing.
Marina O'Loughlin , guardian.co.uk, August 08, 2015 14:08 IST
Can prisoners learn to cook five-star meals? Could a top chef overhaul the canteen at an inner-city primary? Our restaurant critic gives the food the full review.
Melissa Davey , guardian.co.uk, August 07, 2015 12:26 IST
New York-based bartending legend Jeff Bell brings a working-class favourite to his pop-up bar, opening in the Victorian capital for just four nights.
Dave Bry , guardian.co.uk, August 06, 2015 12:30 IST
Why get an ice cream cone dumped onto a secondary vessel? It may be cleaner and award you with more ice cream, but its also ridiculous and anti-American.
Ashifa Kassam In Madrid , guardian.co.uk, August 05, 2015 11:34 IST
Maria Marte left her home in the Dominican Republic in 2003 for a by-the-hour cleaning job at a Madrid restaurant. Now shes one of Spains most revered chefs
Henry Dimbleby And Jane Baxter , guardian.co.uk, July 25, 2015 12:56 IST
For the third of our four-part series on Italian cooking, we eschew heavy meat and dairy in favour of simple, fresh abundance.
Rebecca Smithers , guardian.co.uk, July 25, 2015 12:50 IST
UK supermarket warns sales of the fish have steadily declined as shoppers prefer tilapia, pangasius or salmon.
The root of the turmeric is earthier than its yellow ground cousin and the taste more complex. Combine with ginger for a fantastic chicken curry.
Eve O'Sullivan , guardian.co.uk, July 25, 2015 12:28 IST
Make the most of time and ingredients by soaking your food in a bath of deep and varied flavour, from ginger beer pork to tandoori fish and smoky aubergine
Ruby Tandoh , guardian.co.uk, July 25, 2015 12:13 IST
What you see is not what you get. Unlike all those fancy gateaux and extravagantly frosted cakes, swiss rolls and roulades keep their velvety richness and sweet fruity creams hidden within, ready ...
Dale Berning , guardian.co.uk, July 22, 2015 11:12 IST
Thoughtful presentation leads to a more enjoyable meal. So should we learn to make similar efforts at home - particularly when feeding small children?