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FOOD FEATURE: Noticing a rise in the humble cheese puff on restaurant menus, <a href="https://www.independent.co.uk/author/molly-codyre"><strong>Molly Codyre</strong></a> finds out why the snack has seen such a boom in culinary popularity
Eating leftovers for days on end can be boring, but these recipes are worth the effort, says Molly Codyre
From Mary Berry and Gino D’Acampo to Ruby Tandoh and Gordon Ramsay, celebrity chefs tell Ella Walker the side dishes of their Christmas dreams
FOOD FEATURE: From gold-leaf steaks to futuristic toilets, restaurants are scrambling to be the next big thing on Instagram. Molly Codyre looks at how the app has changed the way we dine out forever
On Christmas Day, it will be 446 days since the New Zealand border effectively closed. Molly Codyre looks at how cooking can help you feel close to home, even when your family is half a world away
Susan Low meets travelling ‘fermentation revivalist’ Sandor Katz, on a mission to demystify a process that has played an important cultural and ritualistic role in human life for millennia
Given all the chaos of the last few years, why not break with tradition and try some of these new dishes?
If you missed out on Thursday's Powerball you've got a second chance to win big this week. Read more here.
Justin Shilling and three other students died after a classmate allegedly opened fire indiscriminately in their high school earlier this week
New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel completed his five-wicket haul but India continued to accumulate runs in their first innings on the second day of the second and final Test at the Wankhede Stadium.Resuming on 4-221, the hosts lost two early wickets to the Mumbai-born Ajaz but took their total to 6-285 at lunch on day two at the ground overlooking the Arabian Sea.
(Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin plunged along with other cryptocurrencies on Saturday, in another indication of the risk aversion sweeping across financial markets.Most Read from BloombergThe Hot New Trend For Hedge Funds Is—Finally—Female Founders‘Ghost Signs’ Haunt London’s Reviving NeighborhoodsReliving the New York Subway Map DebateAutomating the War on Noise Pollution‘Pension Poachers’ Are Targeting America’s Elderly VeteransThe largest digital token fell as low as $42,296 before paring some of the
Chris Green will start the Big Bash season as Sydney Thunder's captain with Usman Khawaja away on Australian duties.Green was told this week he would skipper the club, which gave him his first Twenty20 opportunity before taking his career overseas.
STATE OF THE ARTS: Peter Jackson’s new three-part documentary is nothing short of a miracle for many fans of McCartney, Lennon, Harrison and Starr. It’s a shame ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ has also given the band’s detractors another tedious window to sneer, writes Louis Chilton
THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW: The ‘Motherland’ star has always found hilarity in the moneyed and horrible. As she faces the end of the world in the dark comedy ‘Silent Night’, she speaks to <strong>Adam White</strong> about being drawn to the grotesque, the controversy over voicing Kate Middleton, and the perils of knowing too much about your colleagues
While both sides have been the standout teams in London over the past year or so and boast enviable positions in the division, it’d be fair to say performances have stalled of late. Indeed, Thomas Tuchel wasn’t happy with his team’s outing away at Watford on Wednesday, while David Moyes’ side are winless in three and have struggled since Angelo Ogbonna’s season was ended prematurely. TV channel: The Premier League game will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.
A tropical storm has weakened after dumping heavy rains overnight in parts of southern India off the Bay of Bengal as more than 50,000 people evacuated to government-run camps
Sergio Pettis had lost three rounds on Friday before pulling his KO out of nowhere.
China’s Communist Party has taken American democracy to task, sharply criticizing a global democracy summit being hosted by President Joe Biden next week and extolling the virtues of its governing system
Gambians will cast their votes on Saturday using a unique voting system, marbles dropped in each candidate's ballot drum, in a tightly fought presidential election that will test stability and democratic progress in the tiny West African nation. "The number of people registered are far more than the previous election," said Mamadou A. Barry, a returning officer at the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC). Barry said Gambians understood the process of using glass marbles to vote.
D4t4 Solutions Plc's ( LON:D4T4 ) dividend will be increasing on the 10th of January to UK£0.0085, with investors...