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This dish has been made famous by the Tatin sisters, who ran their little restaurant in the Loire Valley.
Traditionally, a “Charlotte” is encased in thinly sliced bread.
Any wine that can survive war deserves a bit of notice.
Forget slippers and smellies – what all red-blooded foodies really want is meat
“A Disney Store for wine-loving grown-ups,” was how the Decanter judges described the 2008 world’s best online retailer.
The New Mill is stunningly beautiful – but luckily for diners, it doesn’t have to rely on its looks alone.
Use the excellent vac-packed peeled chestnuts that are widely available. Or take some fresh chestnuts in the shell, nick them from centre to pointed top, at right angles to base.
When the cold sets in there is nothing like opening a good bottle of warming red to raise your spirits.
Families forced to rein in spending on the weekly shop by the credit crisis have sent sales at budget supermarkets spiralling by up to a fifth recently.
So you have all seen Sideways, right?
The brilliant mid-life crisis film set against a Californian wine-tasting tour backdrop.