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politics
politics

Theresa May Attempts to Talk About Cooking, Sounds Like Actual Cyborg

“I enjoy cooking which has a benefit because you get to eat it as well as make it.”
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
7.24.18
BBQ
BBQ

Man Infuriated by People Throwing Casual Barbecue on Cemetery's Tombstones

This seems like a good way to get yourself haunted.
Jelisa Castrodale
7.19.18
british food
british food

Pub Food Taught Me What It Means to Be a Syrian Brit

I learned soon after moving to London from Syria that the pub is central to British life. One of my biggest surprises was to see that people took their children to pubs.
Hala Hamadi
7.12.18
vodka
vodka

Distillery Apologises for Vodka Named After Deadly Poison

As Bristol Dry Gin cheekily Instagrammed its new Novichok vodka, a woman died from exposure to the chemical a mere 60 miles away.
Jelisa Castrodale
7.10.18
Avocado
Avocado

Your Bottomless Hunger for Avocados Is Causing Droughts in Chile

When they say guac is extra, they mean that your avocado obsession is leaving thousands in Chile disenfranchised and plagued by drought.
Lauren Rothman
5.22.18
royal wedding
royal wedding

I Drove Myself Mad Trying to Recreate the Royal Wedding Cake

Claire Ptak, the East London baker chosen by Harry and Meghan to make their wedding cake, wouldn’t share the recipe so I took matters into my own hands.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
5.17.18
the royals
the royals

Commoners Invited to Royal Wedding Told to Bring Their Own ‘Picnic Lunch’

An invite sent to members of the public selected for their contribution to society instructs them to bring lunch for the day.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
5.3.18
Australia
Australia

Unraveling the Mysteries of My Grandmother's Lemon Butter

I don't know how my grandmother felt about immigrating to Australia, or when she started cooking. But I know the four ingredients that defined my time with her.
Laura Bannister
4.30.18
Pizza
Pizza

Who Is the Bandit Biting into Frozen Pizzas at Sainsbury's?

Someone is stalking the frozen aisle at the supermarket chain, and chomping down on the crust with reckless abandon. It needs to stop.
Jelisa Castrodale
4.25.18
uk
uk

England's 'Curry Capital' Now Has a Literal River of Curry Running Through It

We wouldn't mind taking a dip in a river of curry, tbh.
Jelisa Castrodale
4.20.18
british food
british food

British Food Wouldn’t Be the Same without the Windrush Generation

Early Caribbean migrants helped rebuild Post-War Britain’s healthcare and transport systems, but they also revolutionised its food scene. Now, this pioneering generation faces deportation due to newly tightened immigration policy.
Riaz Phillips
4.19.18
crime
crime

More Than 500 Restaurant and Bar Patrons Told to Wash Their Clothes After Russian Spy Attack

Locals who dined at Zizzi in Salisbury are being urged to do their laundry after a former Russian officer and his daughter were found unconscious.
Jelisa Castrodale
3.13.18