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One of the stars of GBBO 2019, Michelle’s farm upbringing informs her whole approach to cooking and baking: thrifty, zero-waste and making the most

Some breakfast tips from the nation’s favourite taster-in-chief, and author of The Guardian’s How to Make the Perfect… columns. Red Sauce Brown Sauce:A British

School of Wok is the title of Jeremy’s latest book and also the name of the award-winning cookery school he founded with the aim

Celebrating 20 years since they opened their first Tapas Bar in Cowbridge, brothers Tom and Owen  have now produced their first book during lockdown.

Chef Anna Shepherd and the Lea-Wilsons – the family behind Halen Môn sea salt – celebrate the most important (and often-misunderstood) ingredient in your

Tommi Miers is founder of the Wahaca chain of restaurants and widely  credited with having introduced Britain to real Mexican food. Her new book,

The presenter of BBC TV’s Saturday Kitchen is joined by one of his favourite guests. Matt and Jane have also been working together on

A cook-off between finalists Amber Jones and Ruby Paton, who beat off hot competition in earlier heats at King Henry VIII School in July.

‘When we cook together it is an act of love. And when we eat together we create a shared memory.’ Eat, Share, Love is a remarkable

It is 21 years since Stephen Terry opened his first restaurant. One of Marco Pierre-White’s protegee’s, Stephen traded the white heat of the London

Lee Skeet is the chef behind Cora  – Cardiff’s small but perfectly formed 12-seater restaurant – recently named as one of the Top 10

Santosh demonstrates a white fish curry from his new book Ayla: A Feast of Nepali food from Terai, Hills and the Himalayas. Santosh leapt

Your Daily Veg : Modern, fuss-free vegetarian food is the first book from rising star Joe Woodhouse.  A vegetarian from a young age, Joe

Meet the ebullient pair behind the Hang Fire brand whose meteoric rise took them from a pop-up in a Cardiff Pub to their own