Bridget Jones’s pan-fried salmon with pine nut salsa

“My sister Tirza is a busy working woman and she has said to me, often, in the best possible way, ‘I’ll never cook your food, because I don’t have tim(...)

 TV chef and author Nadiya Hussain on the Graham Norton Show. File photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Nadiya’s Family Favourites Monday, BBC Two, 8pm Look out, Nigella: British Pakistani chef Nadiya Hussain has your crown on her ingredients list, an(...)

Airfield Estate and urban farm hosts a discussion around food literacy on September 7th, and its annual food fair on September 9th and 10th. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Airfield Estate Food Series continues on Thursday, September 7th, with Food Literacy: Unearthing the Knowledge Gap as the theme. Prof Bill Schindl(...)

‘Young and Promising’: light relief after such  overwrought twentysomething dramas as ‘Girls’ and ‘Fleabag’

Sometimes, Walter Presents can be a bit like the Eurovision of dead women. The foreign drama arm of Channel 4’s on-demand website offers up hundreds o(...)

It has that organic warmness and charm that just might be a hit with audiences

The Kardashians may be our modern-day Marie Antoinettes, but we povos are way ahead of them when it comes to a love of cake. The trailer for the new s(...)

The Great British Bake Off: all this year’s bakers with Mel Giedroyc, Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry and Sue Perkins

It was important that reports of The Great British Bake Off’s departure from the BBC made it on to the news pages. Nothing stirs the spirits more than(...)

The idea behind the ‘Pin of Safety’is that it “marks its wearer as a safe person,” so anyone feeling nervous can sit next to the wearer on public transport or talk to them. Photograph: Getty Images

People are wearing safety pins to show their support for anyone experiencing racism following the UK’s decision to leave the EU thanks to a social med(...)

‘Great British Bake Off’ winner Nadiya Hussain: dismal treatment  by certain parts of the media

Everyone’s a little bit racist, the Avenue Q song goes, though after the last week in the news – and the last month, the last year, the last forever –(...)