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Champagne fit for a royal toast
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Toast the Queen with Jubilee champagne

Anonymous

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Toast the Queen with Jubilee champagne
  • Magnus created designer patisserie for customers taking afternoon tea at The Berkeley hotel in Knightsbridge
    Food

    She's the cream of pastry chefs

    Sarah Magnus loves cooking in top hotels — when she’s not being throttled, that is

    Victoria Prever

    Thursday, May 10, 2012

    She's the cream of pastry chefs
  • Food

    Michelin Mehadrin? Why not?

    We meet the founder of Jerusalem's only strictly kosher culinary school.

    Katherine Martinelli

    Friday, February 24, 2012

    Michelin Mehadrin? Why not?
  • Personalities are laid bare in the stressful atmosphere of a commercial kitchen, says Food@Work's Robinne Collie
    Food

    A corporate effort

    We find out why cooking has become a popular choice for company team-building.

    Lianne Kolirin

    Monday, January 30, 2012

    A corporate effort
  • Caraway gives these breadsticks an interesting kick
    Food

    Ancient spice is twice as nice

    We look at the long history of the tiny caraway seed, and its Ashkenazi connection

    Ruth Joseph

    Monday, January 23, 2012

    Ancient spice is twice as nice
  • Stalls at Mahane Yehuda are stacked with a huge variety of vegetables, as well as bread, pastries, oils, fish and cheeses
    Food

    Making meals out of Jerusalem's larder

    We visit Mahane Yehuda Market, which is fast becoming one of Israel's top foodie destinations

    Katherine Martinelli

    Friday, January 6, 2012

    Making meals out of Jerusalem's larder