If you’ve ever fried off a clove of garlic, drizzled olive oil over a salad or sprinkled basil over your spaghetti, chances are you’ve been inadvertently inspired by the late food writer Elizabeth David.
Originally a farmhouse on the packhorse track between Leeds and Halifax, this handsome 14th century whitewashed pub in leafy Norwood Green was rebuilt following a fire in 1593 using timbers from the eponymous Elizabethan galleon, one of the ‘Great Ships’ in the Queen’s fleet.
It might be a thousand or so miles from Italy, but at Riccis Tapas and Chicchetti in Halifax, Amanda Wragg finds the real taste of Venice.
Don’t stick with what the caterer has to offer if you want your ceremony to go with some fizz, writes Christine Austin.
Bread is one of our cheapest staple foods yet over the past 50 years there has been a revolution in the way it has been made. Gone are the local bakeries that supplied their communities.
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