Across the generations, Britain is forgoing its historic love of the tea bag for teas of a finer variety
The Via Francigena and Spain’s Camino are attracting growing numbers of modern pilgrims
Forget builder’s with milk and sugar, now it’s all about blue, white and green tea and what you eat with it
In our over-sugared times, traditional fruit cakes are being ditched in favour of sickly-sweet sponges
We asked one of London’s finest chocolatiers to review high-street Christmas chocolate.
The current popularity of German wine is picking up where British drinkers left off a century ago
The French president’s quiet hometown is a wonderful destination for a weekend break
Chocolate is pretty much all the Resurrection of Christ means for lots of Brits
The winter months are the time to be compensating for the weather with red wine and spirits
She covers all the ground on the culinary-political front
The art of jam making is known to every European culture
Mrs Thatcher introduced the first bill to allow for Sunday trading in 1986; then the change ultimately happened under John Major.
It’s one of the great English contributions to civilisation, this mid-afternoon break for tea and cake.
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