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New dishes appear daily on websites, in books, on Instagram and Facebook, so what makes one stand out from millions of others? Katy Salter asked social media experts, stylists, photographers and food writers whose recipes have become social-media sensations for their tips on how to write, snap and share a cook-me-now recipe
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Eels are mysterious, ancient creatures. Looking after them in a sustainable way has helped to preserve their lives – and to sustain a tightknit community in Northern Ireland. Lucas Hollweg travelled to Lough Neagh to learn more
Susy Atkins picks her favourite bottles for July, plus drinks for summer tomatoes
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Thessaloniki, Greece’s second city, is emerging as a cultural and gastronomic hotspot. Susan Low digs deep into the backstory for a taste of the city’s past and present, and discovers a place to put right at the top of your must-visit list
Knowledge is a thing to be shared joyously, spreading the love to all, says cookery teacher and coffee aficionado Sam Goldsmith. If only other so-called experts had the same generous attitude…
Knowledge is power, even in the relatively gentle cut and thrust of the home kitchen. Phoebe Stone asked food writers, cooks and chefs to share the valuable lessons that helped them up their game – skills that will benefit your cooking, too
There are few better ways to showcase seasonal ingredients than in a buttery pastry case. Combine that with a cheesy filling and you have an unbeatably satisfying dish on your hands. Serve with a glass of something chilled and a side of sunshine for summer perfection
Turning out a winning dish is about flavour – but before you devour it, you taste it with your eyes. Georgina Hayden knows how to create visually appealing dishes from her years as a food stylist for Jamie Oliver. Here she shares some of her tricks of the trade
Marinating meat or fish before it meets the heat and smoke of the barbecue works a kind of magic, giving layer upon layer of flavour. These recipes will equip you with the power to transform dull into delectable
You’ve read the recipe, bought the ingredients, followed the instructions. So why is that irst mouthful disappointing? Don’t despair, says Thane Prince. Experiment with these few simple pointers, learn as you go and the diference will be palpable
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A lot of people swear they don’t like anchovies, but wise cooks know a few of these little fillets add an ultra-savoury – not fishy – dimension to all manner of dishes
Crunchy crackling on the outside, tender and flavourful slow-cooked pork on the inside, plus sweet roasted peaches and mustardy rainbow chard… This is a roast to look forward to
Fragrant and gently spiced yet complex and richly savoury, this lamb and potato curry is a Thai classic. We’ve given it a seasonal twist with the addition of sweet and sharp quick-pickled veg – and the result is a revelation
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Lucas Hollweg pulls together a lexicon of handy hints, helpful know-how and indispensable techniques. Learn these and you’ll elevate your kitchen creations to new heights of deliciousness
Here’s your chance to enjoy a seven-night cruise on the new P&O Cruises ship Iona with £1,000 to spend on board. Come up with a name for the ship’s gin still and you could become a part of her history
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Sticky, spicy chicken wings served with a crunchy, fresh coleslaw. It’s what Friday nights are for
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So-called alkaline diets help to balance the excess acidity in your body, proponents claim, and can reduce the risk of – or even cure – a host of illnesses. Sue Quinn takes a neutral look at what the diet involves and whether’s there’s any evidence to support the claims
The making of a good omelette is all in the technique – there’s a reason it’s used as a skills test. But once you’ve mastered the process, a whole new world of exciting flavours and fillings awaits
Looking for meat-free, dairy-free recipes that pack in big flavours? Look no further… These colourful, creative recipes from YouTuber Rachel Ama’s debut cookbook are clever in the way they harness punchy tastes so creatively. All are vegan – and they happen to be very good indeed