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The Brexit butchers making British charcuterie great again

With uncertainty over how much Bayonne ham and bresaola we’re going to be able to find in our shops after 29 March, Jo Lamiri says it’s the perfect time to get to know the wonderful British charcuterie produced in the UK

Veganuary 2019: BOSH! recipes from jackfruit tacos to mac and greens

Henry Firth and Ian Theasby make plant-based cooking easy and accessible with their bestselling cookbook. These three recipes are great for Veganuary or any other time of year

Shoppers pan Sainsbury’s wellness aisles over ‘unhealthy food’

‘The madness of our food culture all in one aisle’

Christmas 2018: Five seasonal chestnut recipes for December

The classic festive song, 'roasting chestnuts on an open fire', suggests these nuts are just for Christmas, but they're certainly not. Try them in salads, stews and pasta dishes 

Why sherry is no longer just a Christmas drink for your grandma

The sherry-producing world is hoping it’s shaken off its fusty image, with young aficionados in the UK and Spain set to boost the industry’s growth after some lacklustre years, says Philip Sweeney

17 sparkling wines for New Year celebrations

Finished all the Christmas fizz, have we? Polished off the last prosecco with the leftovers? Opened that special bottle of champagne when all the family were around because, well, why not? So we need to stock up as New Year’s Eve rapidly approaches and, since most online orders are not going to arrive on time, here is my selection of sparklers from the high street, where there are lots of attractive discounts on offer. And one of the things to celebrate as we welcome 2019 is that as consumers have an extraordinary range to choose from – from bargain proseccos and great value French cremants to supermarket own label champagnes and elegant, special moment English sparkling wines.

Alternative Christmas dinners: Roast venison to sundried skipjack tuna

Whether taking inspiration from Japan, Peru, or the Caribbean, chefs in 2018 are sacking off the traditional Christmas turkey in favour of something new. Julia Platt Leonard speaks to them about what they're planning on serving instead