Meera Sodha’s recipe for vegan salted date caramel biscuit slices

An indulgent, gooey treat that’s leagues ahead of any normal biscuit

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How to turn potato peel into crisps

Make a zero-waste snack out of spud skins – it’s simple, tasty and nutritious

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From cocktails to cake: eight recipes for a Mediterranean summer feast

Marianna Leivaditaki of Morito Hackney Road treats friends to lamb and baked aubergines in a spread inspired by the food she ate as a child on Crete

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Shoppers being misled by labels that claim food is ‘artisanal’ or homemade

Manufacturers too often make false claims and use deceptive pictures on labels, and regulation should be toughened up, says EU consumer champion

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Six of the best new potato recipes

Whether you crave a Scandi open sandwich, breakfast hash or raclette, these recipes make new potatoes perfect for any time

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Ruby Tandoh’s recipe for sweet cherry and marzipan buns

Sit back while the dough rises, then enjoy a fruity treat

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Anna Jones’s radish recipes

Peppery radishes roast beautifully with dates and preserved lemons, or raw they bring freshness to a herb and sumac salad

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How to have a zero waste kitchen: tips from Jamie Oliver, Tom Kerridge, Skye Gyngell and more

Restaurants have a daily battle against wasting food. We asked top chefs for their home hacks that will save you money and give your cooking a flavour boost

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Nearly 10% of ‘gluten-free’ restaurant dishes contain gluten, Melbourne study finds

Survey of 158 dishes in 127 randomly chosen eateries finds 9% contained gluten
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Anna Jones’s toast-topping brunch recipes

Avocado on toast is in danger of making brunch boring – but try these twists for a new way to start the day

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Raw power: Britain’s changing appetite for veg

From top restaurants to Greggs snacks, vegetables are on the rise. So why are we eating less of them we did 60 years ago?

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