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 Full list of nearly 70 products recalled by UK supermarkets 54m Updated Full list of nearly 70 products recalled by UK supermarkets
British supermarkets have recalled certain brands of soy sauce over fears they could contain small fragments of glass. Bottles of Schweppes tonic water have also been removed from shelves.
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 How to get FREE food from Greggs 1h 4m How to get FREE food from Greggs
The Worcester University student said she was told about the offer - which one Twitter follower described as 'life-changing' - when she popped into the popular bakery chain to pick up some lunch.
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 Chefs share snaps of cooking disasters including melting cake icing after working in hot kitchens 1h 41m Updated Chefs share snaps of cooking disasters including melting cake icing after working in hot kitchens
Suffering chefs and home cooks have posted photos on social media of hilarious cooking fails that show how the hot weather can turn a lovely plate of food into a melting unappetising mess.
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 Customers with food allergies reveal when waiters ignored requests on Quora 3h Updated Customers with food allergies reveal when waiters ignored requests on Quora
Customers with allergies reveal consequences of waiters not listening to requests on a damning Quora thread. Some had severe reactions after restaurants didn't take their plea seriously.
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 Mandy Sacher speaks to FEMAIL on how to get out of a food rut 4h Updated Mandy Sacher speaks to FEMAIL on how to get out of a food rut
If you and your family find yourselves sitting down to the same meals week in, week out, it might be that you're in a food rut. Celebrity nutritionist Mandy Sacher revealed how to get out.
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Nigel Slater’s grilled chicken with miso recipe6h Nigel Slater’s grilled chicken with miso recipe
A simple and satisfying light dish for a warm summer’s evening Take a couple of whole chicken legs and remove the bones. (See below for guidance.) Mix together 4 tbsp of white miso paste, 2 tbsp of maple syrup or honey, 2 tsp of sesame oil and 3 tbsp of groundnut oil. Push the meat down into the marinade, cover and set aside in a cool place for a good 20 minutes, longer if you can.
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‘It was a toxic circle’: how the food industry is tackling mental health7h ‘It was a toxic circle’: how the food industry is tackling mental health
For many restaurant workers, kitchen culture makes it impossible to recognize the pain, but new services open the dialogue for seeking help When he was at his most desperate, Jakob Anderson was working himself so hard he couldn’t even think. Every morning and night, the young aspiring chef undertook the almost 90-minute commute from his home in the suburbs of Whitby, Ontario, to the fashionable Italy restaurant in downtown Toronto, where he worked for 12 hours a day. In the evening, clocking out and heading home at last, he would board his commuter train, chug an extra large cup of boiling-hot coffee, and immediately pass out.
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 Is your family guilty of repetitive eating? How to get out of the food rut 9h Updated Is your family guilty of repetitive eating? How to get out of the food rut
If you and your family find yourselves sitting down to the same meals week in, week out, it might be that you're in a food rut. Celebrity nutritionist Mandy Sacher revealed how to get out.
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 How to make ice cream in a plastic bag like a top chef 18h How to make ice cream in a plastic bag like a top chef
The New Yorker's food critic has adapted an ice cream recipe from chef Fabián von Hauske Valtierra so it can be churned without an ice cream maker, but with just a plastic bag and ice.
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Archaeologists find earliest evidence of bread22h Archaeologists find earliest evidence of bread
Tiny specks of bread found in fireplaces used by hunter-gatherers 14,000 years ago, predating agriculture by thousands of years Charred crumbs found in a pair of ancient fireplaces have been identified as the earliest examples of bread, suggesting it was being prepared long before the dawn of agriculture. The remains – tiny lumps a few millimetres in size – were discovered by archaeologists at a site in the Black Desert in north-east Jordan.
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 Baileys release alcoholic salted caramel Mini Delights truffles 22h Baileys release alcoholic salted caramel Mini Delights truffles
Baileys has added a salted caramel flavour to its Chocolate Mini Delights range and a snap of the truffles on Instagram account 'productsinstore' went viral. The new treats are on sale in Morrisons.
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 Lidl beats Waitrose to win best supermarket to buy gin and spirits 22h Updated Lidl beats Waitrose to win best supermarket to buy gin and spirits
Lidl's UK division won Supermarket Own Branded Spirits Range of the Year at the International Spirits Challenge Awards in London, beating Waitrose to the title.
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 Listeria outbreak leads to another frozen sweetcorn product being re-called 22h Updated Listeria outbreak leads to another frozen sweetcorn product being re-called
Lidl's Frozen Green Grocer’s Supersweet Corn, with best before dates until July 2020, has now been recalled. It comes after 50 frozen products were recalled across the UK.
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 MasterChef star Andy Oliver apologises for praising racist video by Boring Thai chef Shaun Beagley 23h Updated MasterChef star Andy Oliver apologises for praising racist video by Boring Thai chef Shaun Beagley
Andy Oliver, a finalist on the 2009 series of MasterChef, apologised on Sunday after it was revealed he praised a video in which his chef Shaun Beagley likened black people to 'monkeys'.
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Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable dishes29h Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable dishes
The city is full of food that looks just as good as it tastes #nofilterneeded Hong Kong is one of the world’s great food cities. But it’s also one of the world’s great tech-equipped cities ­– on average, each Hongkonger owns two and a half mobile phones. The main confluence of these two realities? Instagram, naturally. Little wonder – the city is packed full of delicious, photogenic delights. So grab your phone and remember the one immutable Hong Kong rule: the camera always, always eats first.
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 Lidl beats Waitrose to win best supermarket to buy gin and spirits from at international awards 29h Lidl beats Waitrose to win best supermarket to buy gin and spirits from at international awards
Lidl's UK division won Supermarket Own Branded Spirits Range of the Year at the International Spirits Challenge Awards in London, beating Waitrose to the title.
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Rachel Roddy’s recipe for plum granita30h Rachel Roddy’s recipe for plum granita
Iced treats are a summer staple, and this one is simple and simply delicious Unlike ice-cream, which is evergreen, sorbet and granita don’t really have a role from late autumn to early spring. Like suncream and sandals relegated to the back of the wardrobe, fruit ices are sent to the back of the mind during the months of jumpers and thick soup, except maybe for a Christmas palate cleanser. Their return is directly related to the weather. As days get warmer – and, this year, sweltering – smooth scoops and icy shards progress from being a novelty, to a pleasure, to a relief, to an absolute necessity.
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 Starbucks new iced tea drinks contain five teaspoons of sugar 30h Starbucks new iced tea drinks contain five teaspoons of sugar
Starbucks has launched three new iced tea flavours into UK stores this month. Customers who choose the Venti option will consume 19.8g of sugar - more than in a Cadbury Flake chocolate bar.
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Why is a slice of toast much more filling than a slice of bread?30h Why is a slice of toast much more filling than a slice of bread?
The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific concepts Why is a slice of toast much more filling than the same slice of bread, untoasted?
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 Starbucks new iced tea drinks contain five teaspoons of sugar but also come in unsweetened version 31h Starbucks new iced tea drinks contain five teaspoons of sugar but also come in unsweetened version
Starbucks has launched three new iced tea flavours into UK stores this month. Customers who choose the Venti option will consume 19.8g of sugar - more than in a Cadbury Flake chocolate bar.
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 Chocolate fans go wild for new Baileys alcoholic salted caramel Mini Delights truffles 32h Chocolate fans go wild for new Baileys alcoholic salted caramel Mini Delights truffles
Baileys has added a salted caramel flavour to its Chocolate Mini Delights range and a snap of the truffles on Instagram account 'productsinstore' went viral. The new treats are on sale in Morrisons.
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Nigel Slater’s summer fruit recipes34h Nigel Slater’s summer fruit recipes
Gooseberry cheesecake, ricotta cream and cherry compote, peach and honey cake – Nigel Slater’s sun-filled fruit and dairy puddings There comes a point in deepest summer when every meal seems to end with the marriage of fruit and some sort of dairy produce. Ripe cherries with ricotta, gooseberries with cream cheese, or perhaps a peach cake with a dish of lightly whipped cream. I also like to start the day with yogurt, muesli and strawberries that have been marinated with orange and a drop of sweet-sour balsamic vinegar. This year has been particularly fine for soft fruit, so here are some of my favourites from this long summer.
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I let myself down in front of the foodie Frankenstein behind the Cronut | Rhik Samadder35h I let myself down in front of the foodie Frankenstein behind the Cronut | Rhik Samadder
New York chef Dominique Ansel has spawned an endless parade of hybrid-food horrors, but he’s still a hero to me ’You are my experiment today. I want to see how you eat it,” says
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