Roger Scruton describes how the summer rain didn't stop him enjoying a fine French Syrah
Against all odds, Britain's real-ale industry is thriving. Tom de Castella explores the regional bre
Burning your food may be trendy, but it's pointless and unhealthy
I was wrong - Scotland can still produce a good malt whisky
Your surroundings are as important to enjoyment as the ingredients.
The French village of Mercurey produces heavenly wine.
Beans can be delicious, but need handling with care for the best results.
Portugal's age-old winemaking methods still leave their stamp.
The truth about working conditions inside Coca-Cola's "Happiness Factory": wage cuts, 12-hour shifts
It's a never-ending quest for the perfect cheesecake topping.
Preference in wines is, of course, subjective, but what does it all show? asks Roger Scruton
Faced with a fridge full of leftovers? Just throw them all together
There are times when you want just half the bottle. Roger Scruton looks at what's on offer
I'm too wussy for barbecues - except when it comes to sardines
The love-hate relationship of one comedian and his beer/crisp/cake-gut
Scotland isn't the only place on earth you'll find a good single malt
If you're making risotto, here's some inspirational advice from a master chef
Everyone knows about Chardonnay. At least, they think they do
Men and women do cook differently, but it's all down to how you learn
Bourbon, a product of hardship, is today a refuge for the soul
<strong>Our Farm: a year in the life of a smallholding</strong>
Rosie Boycott <em>Bloomsbury, 304p
I feel guilty saying it, but stock cubes are a necessary evil
Listen to this old geezer and give your palate a treat
A quiz, your verdicts on the departure of Tony 'where did those weapons go' Blair plus news from the
<strong>Moveable Feasts: the incredible journeys of the things we eat</strong>
Sarah Murray <em>Au
Big cheeses in the French food industry threaten small producers
Ignore the health fanatics. Drinkers should follow four simple rules
Food really does taste better on the other side of the Channel
Change is constantly perceptible in Bombay. But what is change, if it means you are no longer necess