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Exploring the colourful street food scene of Port Louis, Mauritius

The food in Mauritius isn't just delicious, it tells the fascinating story of an island influenced by many different cultures over hundreds of years

London's best places to dine solo

Dining alone means you can order whatever the hell you like and eat it all, complete with a side-order of people-watching. Here's our favourite spaces for doing just that in the capital

London's best food and drink masterclasses and cookery schools

Keen to try the very best cookery classes in London, aka the ones that involve trying out shedloads of food and drink? Oh go on then—click for Foodism's 15 top picks.

Massimo Bottura on soup kitchen Refettorio Felix and Food for Soul

What happens when a superstar chef takes on social inequality and London's surplus food problem? We find out from world-famous Italian chef Massimo Bottura

Chicago pizza | A journey to the home of the legendary deep dish pie

How much do you know about the US city's pizza culture? We take a deep dish tour of Chicago's cheesiest eateries with Pizza Pilgrims founders James and Thom Elliott

4 London chefs on food, tattoos and life in the kitchen

There was a time when skin art was forbidden, but these days there’s more ink in London kitchens than blood. We meet four very different tattooed chefs

Q&A: Ollie Dabbous on social media, trends and keeping yourself challenged as a chef

Chef and co-owner of Dabbous and Barnyard, Ollie Dabbous likes to stay on his cheffing toes. He tells us about staying ahead of the curve

Clear as crystal: the decades old traditions of Maldon sea salt

The Maldon Salt Company’s sea salt is adored by world-famous chefs and home cooks alike. Here's how it's made

Gizzi Erskine on food fads, her new book, and the importance of indulgence

Like us, Gizzi Erskine is a sucker for carbs, while championing quality and hating fads. Just don't get her started on coconut oil...