A free lunch? Surely such a thing has never existed? Actually, for decades, in Britain, there was.
The first new cheese for two hundred years, they announced. Didn’t last quite as long as that.
You will still be able to buy the truffles and the toffee and the strawberry dreams. Just not on the High Street.
The 1970s brought us cooking with colour!
Cafés. Remember them? Not so long ago that we could meet a friend for a coffee and a cake, or perk up a trip to the shops with a timely cup of tea… In fact, it was a week ago today that the UK government closed all sit-down dining venues, including restaurants, pubs, clubs and…
In the UK, our breakfast eggs are brown. In the US, they’re white. Is there any actual reason for this?
Once a school lunchtime staple, the processed meat spirals passed into oblivion under the withering heat of Jamie Oliver’s stare. Some members of the public, however, believe they should return.
Children’s birthday parties used to be simple. They involved sandwiches cut into fancy triangles. Now, they involve minefields.
Chances are you won’t be served a peanut on a plane any more. Those little snacklets can be fatal.
Free milk for schoolchildren sounds like a marvellous idea. Give them strong bones, boost their brains… Sounds great on paper. The reality was a little more squidgy.