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Restrictions relaxed on use of handheld electronic devices on British Airways flights.
British Airways will become the first airline in Europe to allow its
customers to use their handheld electronic devices during...
French Alps: La Folie Douces opens fourth venue
The Alpe d?Huez slopes will come alive to the sound of the best music in town this season following this week?s opening of La Folie Douce?s...
Britain in the dark about staying healthy in winter
Winter is well and truly in full swing, so it’s unsurprising that almost 90% of Britons admit that the season has a negative effect...
England: Mince Pie Project set to break previous record
Celebrity chef’s mince pie auction has already raised over 25K, Michel Roux Jr, Raymond Blanc and Angela Harnett in top five
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Cornwall: St Moritz Launches Gourmet Breaks
London: Carlos Martinez Appointed Executive Chef at The Stafford
London: Artesian at The Langham Awarded World's Best Bar for second year in a row
London: A Confection of Hats and Chocolate
PERU: Helena Rizzo is Latin America's best female chef
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Peru: In search of the perfect Pisco
In Lunahuana village, chickens are soaked in Pisco before roasting. Will Roberts reports.
Burgundy: Gourmet barging
L'Impressioniste inches along the Burgundy Canal. At this speed, each view is enjoyed for minutes, not seconds. It's unlike any journey I have ever made.
Restaurant review: Le Jardin des Remparts, Burgundy
Barging on the Burgundy Canal, the lock-keepers go on strike. But there are worse places to be stranded.
Food Hotels: Extreme Fine Dining
London: Apsley's Summer Menu
Go there for the chaud-froid Herbal Infusion with tuna tartare and green tea sorbet - more Mediterranean gluttony than molecular gastronomy
Food Hotel: Greywalls, Scotland
Edward VII, Brigittte Bardot and Barbra Streisand all slept in its elegant rooms, but if Greywalls had a role model, it would be Greta Garbo: beautiful, classy, and just a little hard to find.
Food Hotel: The Sarojin, Khao Lak, Thailand.
Alabaster sand, cerulean seas and cooking up a traditional Thai curry in the jungle in Khao Lak.
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Book review: On the Menu by James Mackenzie
Mackenzie’s is a story of sheer endeavour since he opened the doors of the Pipe and Glass in 2006.
Book review: A Month in Marrakech by Andy Harris
Like a trip to the souk, this is a real pick-and-mix with plenty of gems to be sought out within its pages.
Book review: Slippery Tipples by Joseph Piercy
It's unlikely even the most learned, well-travelled connoisseur will have encountered all the drinks detailed here, each with relevant history, flavour notes, recipes and offbeat trivia.
Helen Hokin's Autumn Picks
Travelling to a different part of the world usually means sampling the local cuisine, but if you’re headed somewhere as uninhabited and challenging as the Antarctic, then you only get to eat what you bring with you.
Helen Hokin's Summer Picks
Summer's off to a great start as my book 'Ten Minute Tapas' is voted Book of the Month by Healthy Food Guide Magazine.
Helen Hokin's Autumn Picks
This October Iceland Express celebrates Local Food Month with a brand new food guide.
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