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RICHARD ESLING: A festive party for the Circle of Wine Writers

The annual Christmas Party is a great opportunity for members of many organisations to get together informally and perhaps mull over the events of the past year.

Opinion
Celebrity chefs show you how to make exotic dishes at home

VIDEOS: Boring Brits? Think again! Celebrity chefs show you how to make exotic dishes at home

The majority of Brits jump at the opportunity to try new cuisine when they go on holiday, TV chef and author Phil Vickery and MasterChef finalist Emma Spitzer both use their time on holiday to expand their culinary knowledge, drawing inspiration from local chefs cooking regional dishes.

Offbeat
Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Brits are turning up their noses at ‘trending’ veg people post in recipes on social media - with celery named as the most hated.

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Ashdown Park Hotel

REVIEW: Victorian magnificence and service at Ashdown Park worthy of Downton itself

In a recent interview, the world’s leading trainer of Rolls-Royce chauffeurs Andi McCann said you should never underestimate the importance of the first few seconds at the start of a journey nor the closing moments.

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James Villiers (Photograph: Masterchef) SUS-161128-145301001

Sussex chef fights for his future on TV cooking show

A Brighton chef has cooked his way through the quarterfinals of Masterchef and into the knockout round of the BBC show.

News
Wines from the New Zealand Family of XII

RICHARD ESLING: Family of 12 adopted by wine society

Much as the members of Arundel Wine Society support many of the local charities, this event was nothing to do with social services, but about a family of wine companies.

Opinion
Top dining at the Tinwood Estate

REVIEW: Chichester vineyard brings a sparkle to pop-up restaurant

It’s hard to believe that one of the pre-eminent English vineyards located in the heart of Sussex was growing iceberg lettuces a couple of decades ago.

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Franck Putelat at work in his kitchens

RICHARD ESLING: Chef Franck Putelat favours wines from Languedoc

One of the most iconic fortified cities in South-west France is Carcassonne, located 60 miles south-west of Toulouse and about 50 miles inland from the Mediterranean.

Opinion
Melting Centre Loaf

TONY STAPLES: Try a variety of fillings in this homemade bread with a twist

Making your own bread is very fulfilling – and even better when you give your loaf a surprise centre of warm cheese and spicy meats, says Tony Staples, executive head chef at The Arora Hotel in Crawley.

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Cit� du Vin, Bordeaux

RICHARD ESLING: A taste of the future at Cité du Vin

If you ever needed another excuse to visit the fabulous city of Bordeaux (as if!), then this is it.

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Chef Kirk Johnson explains one of the dishes to Mark Dunford and his dinner guests

Review: Experiencing fine dining in your own home

La Belle Assiette is a company that provides private chef dining in your own home.

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The Rose and Crown.

REVIEW: Rose and Crown at Cuckfield is the crowning glory

Cuckfield. It’s not just that this village is as pretty as a chocolate box. Nor that it is as quintessentially English as anything Agatha Christie could pen.

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Five fast facts about what and how Britain is eating in 2016 with celeb chef Tom Kerridge and BBC Good Foods Cassie Best

VIDEO: Five fast facts about what and how Britain is eating in 2016

From how much meat we eat, how many times a week we eat fast food, to our favourite meals, our growing obsession with taking pics of food and posting it to social media - the BBC Good Food’s annual survey gives us a snapshot of the nation’s eating.

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How to make better coffee

A barista explains how to make better coffee - at home

Buying coffee ‘to go’ is a common part of many of our everyday lives, but it’s also an expensive habit.

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Brits encouraged to try get out of their fish-comfort zone

VIDEO: Brits encouraged to try to get out of their fish-comfort zone

Whether from a fish and chip shop, a restaurant or at home, the nation is being encouraged to increase the amount and variety of seafood and fish in their diet.

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Chichester's Wahaca has not been affected by the outbreak

REVIEW: Chichester’s Wahaca proves the city has the appetite for more

A love of kitesurfing at West Wittering has lifted the dining experience in Chichester to new heights.

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The White Horse at Chilgrove.

REVIEW: The White Horse - fabulous food and wine affordable for millionaires and country folk alike

You know, when a bottle of Bordeaux is priced up to £1,380 in your local that this is no ordinary wine list.

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Amberley Castle

Chance to enjoy superb meal at top Sussex restaurant

Our superb lunch offer at Amberley Castle is back for the autumn and it’s better than ever. It gives you the opportunity to enjoy the culinary excellence of new head chef Conor Toomey with a sumptuous three course lunch plus a glass of champagne and tea and coffee for just £34.50 per person. There’s also a chance to win dinner and an overnight stay for two people.

News

VIDEO: Chefs compete to cook Sussex’s best curry

Things got very heated on Sunday as chefs from across Sussex battled it out to see who makes the best curry.

News
Daniel Britten

Top chef Daniel Britten to show cooking skills at Cranleigh festival

Cranleigh Food and Music Festival organisers have announced a new headliner for 2016.

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