Tony Naylor: This month, How to Eat is taking a bite out of a true British culinary icon – chips. The variations are endless, but so are the opportunities to get chips totally wrong
Hugh Muir: An old sheep or goat, smoked with a blowtorch, is a traditional dish in West Africa but banned in the UK. Is it time to change the law on traditional ethnic dishes?
Hong Kong has some of the best restaurants in China – and they’re not all Cantonese. From Sichuan to Manchuria, Susan Jung picks 10 great regional Chinese cuisines and the best places to try them in
Fruit also enjoying revival as result of introdcution of much sweeter ‘snacking’ varieties, eaten straight from punnet
Gone Girl’s Amy resents Kansas City for its lack of hipster cool. But in real life our writer discovers a town buzzing with potential
A group of young chefs have taken over an old coffee house in Harrogate – and their message could not be clearer, says Jay Rayner
Zack Brown, who raised more than $55,000 in viral campaign, throws promised party of food trucks, music and spuds
Last bites: The writer and TV chef would enjoy her mum’s chicken dish in the Alps
It’s not a coastal honeypot, but the Pembrokeshire hub of Narberth makes up for that with a busy arts scene, great shops and, this weekend, its annual food festival
The singer loves returning to her home town of Rio, for its food, drink, music and beaches, as well as for the memories it holds
Readers’ recipe swap: Your offbeat alternatives to the staple condiment, plus a duo of scrumptious salads
Behind the scenes: Meet Bob Dockerty of Larkins Brewery, who farms all his own hops
Cookworm: The couple behind the Green Kitchen Stories blog take their family and their ethos on the road for their second book
Ruby bakes: The fig is worth so much more than a roll
'Coconut water doesn't taste anything like normal water,' Stuart Heritage says. 'It tastes like slightly rancid sweat. But that's part of its appeal'