Of dogs and rye
By Roger Scruton - 29 May 13:00

Nothing goes better with an evening in Virginia than a glass of whiskey, writes Roger Scruton

A matter of import
By Nicholas Clee - 22 May 13:00

The ethics of buying foreign food out of season are a complex business

Growth industry
By Roger Scruton - 15 May 13:00

Viniculture is helping lift Latin America out of poverty

Playing the tuber
By Nicholas Clee - 08 May 13:00

Now is the time to get the best of "earthy" Jersey Royals

Don't lose your bottle
By Roger Scruton - 01 May 13:00

Ignore the health fascists - drinking is a matter of personal choice

Bytes to eat
By Nicholas Clee - 24 April 13:00

Along with a staple diet of cookbooks, the net can provide all a foodie needs

Family-centred Passover
By Reuven Leigh - 22 April 10:46

Our Faith Column this week will look at Passover which runs from 19 to 27 April. Rabbi Reuven Leigh

Beyond the appellation
By Roger Scruton - 17 April 13:00

Vins de pays can rival those wines that enjoy official recognition

The trading frenzy that sent prices soaring
By Iain Macwhirter - 17 April 13:00

Iain Macwhirter on why the price of basic foodstuffs rocketed, from London to Haiti

Plan bee
By Paul Rodgers - 14 April 10:08

The very real dangers posed to our honey bees

Fat lot of good
By Nicholas Clee - 10 April 13:00

Even when I follow the experts' advice, I struggle to make good crackling

A natural remedy
By Roger Scruton - 03 April 13:00

There's nothing I'd like more right now than a cool draught of water

Fuss-free dinners
By Nicholas Clee - 27 March 12:00

Home cooking is all about doing the best with what you've got.

Flying out of poverty
By Gareth Thomas - 27 March 12:00

Boycotting goods flown from developing nations to the UK will jeopardise their chance of earning a f

From the last sip
By Edmund Gordon - 19 March 12:00

<strong>The Irresistible Inheritance of Wilberforce</strong>

Paul Torday <em>Orion, 308pp, £12.99

Pickled? Try Rueda
By Roger Scruton - 19 March 12:00

Roger Scruton savours a raw, earthy Spanish white with his herring

Proud to be a cheat
By Nicholas Clee - 13 March 12:00

If you want a quick and tasty meal, some corners are worth cutting

A national embarrassment
By Rachel Cooke - 13 March 12:00

Never mind the food, Delia Smith's on-screen manner is hard to stomach

<strong>Delia</strong> BBC

Community service
By Tristan Quinn - 13 March 0:00

<strong>Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles</strong>

Harriet Lamb <em>Rider Book

A classy brew
By Roger Scruton - 06 March 12:00

Thanks to my father, I know the value of a proper cup of tea

Secret spinach
By Nicholas Clee - 28 February 12:00

Playing tricks is not the way to get children to eat more vegetables

Trouble brewing
By Martin O'Neill - 21 February 12:00

<strong>Starbucked: a Double Tall Tale of Caffeine, Commerce and Culture</strong>

Taylor Clark <e

Season's greetings
By Roger Scruton - 21 February 12:00

Enjoy a taste of the coming spring with February's wine club

Simple tastes
By Matthew Taunton - 21 February 0:00

<strong>In Defence of Food</strong>

Michael Pollan <em>Allen Lane, the Penguin Press, 256pp, £16.

Pasta la vista, baby
By Nicholas Clee - 14 February 12:00

Pre-cooked lasagna is nearly always more trouble than it's worth

Trellises of perfume
By Roger Scruton - 07 February 12:00

A difficult grape produces heavenly wine that even goes with baked beans

Speaking for themselves
By Roger Hardy - 07 February 0:00

<strong>Young, British and Muslim </strong>

Philip Lewis <em>Continuum, 192pp, £12.99</em>

Seville service
By Nicholas Clee - 31 January 12:00

Don't get in a jam over marmalade - just follow Nigella's old recipe

Off the sauce
By Richard Herring - 25 January 10:25

Richard Herring isn't drinking, and it's keeping him awake at night