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Christmas Drinks: 15 Fabulous Festive Tipples – And Where To Find Them In London

Visiting London this month? Then you’ll probably need a Christmas tipple to warm you up. Look no further…<p>There’s nothing like a rich, festive …

Best Space Pictures of 2014: A Year's Delights Courtesy of Starry Nights

Of the 350 breathtaking space photos we published in 2014, here are our picks for the 12 best of the year.

Ice hotel opens in Swedish Lapland – in pictures

The 25th Icehotel has just opened for the 2014/15 season in the village of Jukkasjärvi, Swedish Lapland. Carved from 1,600 tonnes of snow and ice, the hotel features 16 artist-designed suites, a bar and theatre.

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Nigel Slater’s vegetarian Christmas dinner

The year is galloping towards Christmas and I still have much to do. Some of which means making sure that anyone who doesn’t wish to eat meat has something good to tuck into. This year on my Christmas table it’s a mushroom “bourguignon”, thick with all manner of mushrooms amid a cloud of butternut …

Observer Food Monthly: the best thing I ate in 2014

<b>Banana peel ice-cream</b><br>Massimo Bottura<i><br>Chef patron, Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy</i><br>The other day I saw one of our chefs, Davide di Fabio, coming back from the market with a box of black bananas. “They were free,” he said, “just sitting next to the trash.” Two days later he called me over to his …

Why Swedes do Christmas best

On December 24th in Sweden, Advent candles flicker from every window, paper stars flutter from door frames and snow envelops the streets like the thick, even icing on a Christmas cake.<p>All is silent. Or is it? If you stop for a moment, you may hear singing – and perhaps a muffled clinking – drifting …