How much should you share on your food blog? Personally, I am much more interested in food blogs that are about people’s lives, rather than just recipes with great photos (although I obviously love those too, and use them a lot). Perhaps this is because I am fascinated by our lives, how we live well, and how we tell the stories of our experiences?
Fossil nightshades. How ridiculously, totally cool is that?
A nostalgic but lovely description of Oxford.
I read this and wanted to book tickets to Prague immediately.
It may not be the best idea to eat Nutella.
The best breakfast spots around the UK.
Some words on Italy, and a recipe for pasta.
Jay Rayner on the things that drive him crazy in the food world.
Buying from indie shops.
Adding this to my list of things I want to do this year.
This is a great idea: library boxes filled with food and essential household items.
On British Indian food, restaurants and immigration.
Dan Barber is coming to London.