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Make Nobu's grilled chicken with a spicy lemon garlic sauce

Famed for his light, Japanese-South American fusion dishes, Nobu is one of the original celebrity chefs. Here, he shares his recipe for grilled chicken with a spicy lemon garlic sauce

Make Gail's hot-cross buns

Hot, buttery and packed with fruits – the humble hot-cross bun is one of the best bits about Easter food. Fancy making your own? Try this recipe from Gail's

A speedy recipe for gingerbread biscuits from Gail's Artisan Bakery

The weather outside is frightful, but give yourself some seasonal cheer with these crisp, richly spiced biscuits from the pros at Gail's Artisan Bakery.

Meat and greet: Ginger Pig, London's most fashionable butcher

Ginger Pig has become the most talked-about butcher in London, supplying some of the city's top restaurants. We uncover the secrets of its success

The Foodism guide to... Brill, Bucks

Michelin's Pub of the Year is a great find, as is the village where it's located. So, while you're there, here's where to eat, drink and stay in Brill, Buckinghamshire

The Foodism guide to... summer in London

Our favourite foodies gives us the lowdown on where to be and what to eat and drink when summer miraculously arrives in London

North of the border: Exploring the growth of modern Scottish food

Scotland boasts some of the world’s best produce, but why is it only just appearing our plates? A proud half-Scot reports on the chefs looking to boost the cuisine's reputation beyond fried Mars bars and haggis

Can – and should – we replace imported ingredients with our natural larder?

With foraged food now tipping into the mainstream, we meet the chefs making use of the British countryside to replace the ingredients usually imported from countries across the globe

Celebrate Guy Fawkes Night with King of Soho gin's cocktail

Fireworks Night is, somehow, here again. If you're entertaining, we've got a great themed cocktail for you, just in time for the big (ish) day

15 of London's best nose-to-tail restaurants

From classics like St John to the fiery likes of Kiln and Smoking Goat, here's a few of the guiding lights of the nose-to-tail and root-to-fruit movements