For all of those gents growing or attempting to take part in Movember, we have compiled a list of foods which you may wish to avoid.
It’s November, which means it’s time for fireworks, warming mugs of cocoa, foil-wrapped jacket potatoes, sizzling bangers and tasty treats.
Honey is one of Malta’s most treasured products and I’m lucky enough to be given the opportunity to meet its master, Arnold Grech.
If you want a healthier cooking oil that tastes great and is really versatile, then make the switch to rapeseed oil.
Merlin explains the differences between the two most common types of coffee, and demonstrates one of his favourite methods for filtering.
In South America this fruit is called pepino dulce (sweet cucumber), or even just pepino. Here, it’s seemingly just called a melon pear.
I met Luke, best known for his TV show which follows him around his mother country of Vietnam, in London to discuss his beautiful new book.
With a couple of empty food tins and some simple tools you can make your own wood gas stove, and cook great high-calorie food for a trek.
For our Halloween theme this year I’ve been looking for a couple of perfectly ghastly recipes to bring to the party after trick or treating.
As two months is the minimum time it needs to be perfect, and as it’s now two months until Christmas, here’s our foolproof sloe gin recipe.