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Q&A: Stanley Tucci on food in films, London restaurants, and Italian hospitality

With two cookbooks and a film about restaurants under his belt, Hollywood actor-director and London resident Stanley Tucci knows his way around a plate of food

Is there such a thing as 'London pizza'?

It's become a steadfast staple of the capital's eating out scene, but what defines a 'London pizza'? We meet the people breaking with tradition to create slices that are a real reflection of our city

Make Caroline Eden's polpette pasta

A Ukrainian-inspired twist on the classic Italian pasta, these polpette meatballs make for a great midweek supper served with spaghetti or linguine

Make Chetna Makan's tomato and paneer loaf

Chetna Makan's book The Cardamom Trail weaves together Indian flavours with Western-style baking. Here's The Great British Bake Off contestant's recipe for a savoury loaf

Forget oysters – the true food of love is pasta and potatoes

With Valentine's Day on the horizon, has the traditional ideal of romantic eating been totally misjudged? Forget oysters – the true food of love is pasta and potatoes

Everything you need to know about London's aperitif scene

Including where to drink the best aperitifs in the capital, what to order while you're there and everything you need to know about what goes into the making of your favourite drink

The Foodism guide to... speciality coffee

For when your local hipster café's coffee menu seems like it's written in code, look no further than the Foodism guide to coffee in the capital. From lattes to flat whites and cold brew, here's the lowdown on what to drink and where to drink it

What's behind London's love affair with dumplings

Soft and fluffy, filled-to-bursting or light and delicate – in whatever guise, the humble dumpling has gone from comfort food staple to cult status

From fika to aperitivo: why Londoners need our own fourth meal of the day

Countries all over the world have rich traditions of meals-between-meals. So forget portmanteau meals; move over, brunch – it’s time to incorporate an extra mealtime into your day instead

Legendary French chef Pierre Koffmann on his 50 years in the kitchen

After 50 years cooking, 46 of them in London, and a raft of acolytes across the capital, what spurs Pierre Koffmann on? We meet a chef who’s been there and done it all