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Richard H Turner's column: the meat expert heads to Scotland

Richard H Turner heads to Scotland in search of rare, magnificent livestock and sustainable seafood. And he's not going home without a bag full of haggis, either

AA Hospitality Awards 2016: London's winners

26 September saw the announcement of the winners of the AA's prestigious Hospitality Awards. We've got the lowdown on the list

Le Cordon Bleu announces the winner of its 2017 Scholarship Award

One of London's most prestigious culinary awards has been snapped up by Nathanael Dixon, an organic farmer from Northern Ireland

The seven-Michelin-starred Yoshihiro Murata on authentic Japanese cuisine

Yoshihiro Murata gave Heston Blumenthal and René Redzepi their groundings in Japanese cuisine. Now, he tells us, he wants to educate London

The beginner's guide to scotch whisky

Wondering where the scotch whisky regions are, or why scotch tastes different from place to place? This guide to Scottish whisky is the one for you

Australia Day bushfire fundraiser at Off Piste Bar

Head to Off Piste Bar on 25 January for an afternoon of Aussie-themed tunes and games, pizzas by Radio Alice, a bake-sale, raffles and a charity auction

Saturday 25 January 2020 at 15:00 - 21:00

London's best and brightest food traders mobilise for Standon Calling 2017

The Hertfordshire music festival, which takes place from 27-30 July this year, brings with it a host of great food and drink options

Celebrate Britain's sustainable seafood with this offer from D&D London’s Chop Houses

Enjoy two courses from the Chop Houses's Coast to Coast menu for just £24.50, exclusively with Foodism

The Foodist: Bethnal Green's Renegade London Wine challenges ideas of identity in wine

The ambitious new urban winemaking project, situated under a railway arch in East London, treats wine more like spirits or beer when it comes to ingredients

The premium gin serving up a taste of Scotland

Searching for a gin that's truly representative of its terroir? Look no further than The Botanist, made with botanicals from Islay