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Richard H Turner

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Richard H Turner is a meat consultant for Meatopia, Hawksmoor, Foxlow, Blacklock, London Union, Pitt Cue Co., Turner and George, and Foodism's meat columnist.

Richard H Turner's column: the meat expert tells us about carnivorous carnival Meatopia

Carnivore's paradise Meatopia is back for another year this September. Our columnist tells us what he's got in store

Meatopia announces its chef line up for 2017

Flames, food, and festivities – carnivorous carnival Meatopia returns to London's Tobacco Dock this September, and we've got the scoop on the line up

Richard H Turner's column: the meat expert goes on a detox break in Bali

The chef, butcher, restaurateur and now Foodism columnist has a prodigious appetite for meat. So how will he get on with a week-long detox break in Bali?

Going behind the trend of long ageing in the world of high-end beef

For extreme beef flavour, it’s all about age. We find out why dry-ageing and older cows have become catnip for adventurous eaters

Richard H Turner's column: the meat expert takes on Hong Kong

Richard H Turner digs into spicy crab, Peking duck, suckling pig and more on a whirlwind tour of Hong Kong's street-food and restaurant scenes

Richard H Turner's column: on Pappy Van Winkle's legendary bourbon

What does the chef, butcher and restaurateur keep locked up in his basement? A stash of the world's most elusive whiskey, Pappy Van Winkle

Richard H Turner's column: on the power of the plant

As a butcher, steakhouse supremo and author of carnivorous cookbooks, Richard H Turner isn't going to tell you eat more plants and less meat. Is he?

Don't miss: 13 things to eat, drink and do in London this weekend: 30 August

Searching for fun things to do in London this weekend? Click for 13 of the best pop ups, places and plans to book ASAP on foodism.co.uk.

Richard H Turner's column: Hawksmoor's executive chef on the best of spring veg

The UK is bursting with produce at this time of year, so forget imported ingredients and put a spring in your step with the season’s freshest homegrown vegetables