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With children back at school, students heading back to campus and adult courses kicking off, September must surely be the most trying month for our family’s brains.
This is the kind of wine that stands out on the shelves.
Heinz is bringing a taste of New York to the nation’s salads and sandwiches with the launch of its new Deli Mayos.
Here’s a posh dinner party version of everybody’s favourite naughty food.
You can’t escape the credit crunch – it’s even invaded British Food Fortnight, which started last Saturday and runs until Sunday, October 5.
This year the promoters are giving topical advice on how to eat British and save money during the credit crunch.
You have to, with its minimum order policy of 12 bottles. On offer until Tuesday is Spanish wine, with 25 per cent off all purchases.
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Some cooks and restaurants get awfully fancy with treacle tarts – putting pecan nuts in it, adding a pointless pastry lattice on top.
As Wetherspoon pubs gear up for its latest wine festival, we preview the bottles you can enjoy.
In a summer which has hit fruit production the good old apple has done slightly better. Chris Barber, of The Castle pub in Hurst, sings the praises of the apple.