Story by Camilla Cameron Nigh on two years down the line, Rotherham continues to be the Jamie’s Ministry of Food “jewel in the crown” and there is no sign that local interest in Jamie’s project is in any way waning.
Story by Naked Wines Pronounced SO-vin-yon BLONK… and otherwise known as Sauvingon Janue, Muskat-Silvaner and Fumé Blanc, this green skinned grape produces the UK's most loved white wine (well, perhaps a close second to Pinot Grigio). What does it taste
Story by Peter Berry “Jamie and Jools Oliver are delighted to announce that they are expecting their fourth child and Jools is due to give birth in September. The new addition to the family will either be a little brother
Story by Sarah Stephenson One of the joys of working at Jamie’s Italian is that we regularly arrange trips for staff, often to Italy, where they meet our suppliers and experience real Italian life – from a food and drink
Story by Monisha Saldanha Last night Rose Gray, chef and cookery writer, passed away after a lengthy fight against cancer, at the age of 71. Rose opened the River Café in Hammersmith, west London with Ruth Rogers in 1987. These
Story by Christopher Pryke There is light at the end of the tunnel for confused consumers as a new labelling code of practice is introduced for the country of origin for pork and pork products. Major supermarkets have endorsed the