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May 2018 articles

15 May
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Annabel Karmel comes bounding into the room like a bundle of sunshine. With her yellow dress and immaculate makeup, she seems [...]

14 May
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I’ve just been on a whistle-stop trip to Norway with fellow chef Valentine Warner, staying in a village called Holmen on the [...]

8 May
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International junk food giant Mondelez International announced an approximately $500m (£369.48m) deal to acquire Tate’s Bake [...]

7 May
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It may no longer be just parents and children that face “naming and shaming” when it comes to childhood obesity. Schools [...]

4 May
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People never invite me round for dinner. They assume I’d be critical of what they serve. I wouldn’t be, of course. Not vocally. [...]

3 May
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From Dalston dives to The Rivoli at the Ritz, people are drinking juniper-flavoured ethanol in record numbers. [...]

3 May
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In the first of our Chef's Table interviews, Jason Atherton quizzes his friend David Gandy on staying in shape, trekking with [...]

3 May
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I have been surrounded by wine my entire life, from my mum’s collection of rarities to my uncle’s home-brewed sparkling. [...]

1 May
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Even in London, one of the most varied dining cities in the world, Simon Rogan’s latest venture has an aura of mystery and [...]

1 May
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I’ve chosen dishes from all over the place. If this is my last supper, I want to make the most of it, and if that means bending [...]

1 May
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