Wed, 26th Apr 2017
The Guardian | The rise of British charcuterie

Creating definitively British cured meats in a continental field has not been easy, but local producers are determined to take a slice of the market

The Observer | How hard is it to be a chef and a mother with young children?

Five professional cooks discuss how having kids changed their lives, in the kitchen and at home.

The New Yorker | America's Most Political Food

The founder of a popular South Carolina barbecue restaurant was a white supremacist. Now that his children have taken over, is it O.K. to eat there?

The New York Times | How Melbourne Landed the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards

Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city, was chosen to host the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards this year, with ceremonies held on April 5 at the historic Royal Exhibition Building.

Foodism | Economies of scale: a deep dive into the world of Norway's migratory Skrei cod

When it comes to cod, it doesn't get any better than Skrei. Mike Gibson heads on a fishing trip to the ice-cold Norwegian waters with a troupe of top chefs to find out what makes it so revered.

Evening Standard | How The Ned is turning the City into London's new late-night hotspot

Jimi Famurewa hails a cab to EC2 to check out the latest openings including the Ned hotel

Financial Times | Andrew Edmunds, London: unpretentious and authentic

‘For many of us this place defines Soho. Not an iota of its original character has been lost and the food remains timeless too’

Surface | The Pastis Future

One writer considers the New York of Keith McNally as the restaurateur moves to resuscitate a defunct hot spot.

Mr Porter | The best places to eat pasta (outside Italy)

MR PORTER has scoured the globe to find the best pasta outside Italy. As a wise man once said, in heaven, after antipasti, the first course will be pasta.

The Guardian | UK's appetite for gourmet takeaway fuels restaurant delivery boom

Brands such as Deliveroo, UberEats and Just Eat buoyant as demand for home-delivered, restaurant-quality meals feeds £3.6bn industry

Evening Standard | Ewan Venters: We are the restaurant capital of the world

One of the most interesting cultural shifts in London over recent decades has been the transformation of our attitude to food, and the rise of restaurant culture. So how did we become a nation of foodies? When did eating out become such an important feature of British life?