Tim Cheesebrough

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Why Rome is the world's coolest place to eat right now

"Gabriele’s secret ingredient is time." Jess explained to me as I licked my oily, flour-dusted fingers. "He leaves the dough to rest for four days before using it. End product: a pizza impossibly fluffy and light.”<p>"More than I can say for my stomach," I burp-muttered with a half-chewed slice in my …

Three Editing Mistakes New Photographers Often Make

I find it interesting how often I see new photographers make the exact same editing mistakes I made when I started out. Every photographer who has at …

Tutorials

America’s best train journeys, ranked

Sit back and watch the world go by on one of America’s best train journeys. You’ll cross lofty trestles, swoop through long tunnels, snake alongside rivers, and flank canyons — seeing parts of the country accessible only by rail. We compared data from Amtrak, Vacations By Rail and America By Rail, …

Trains

5 gap year ideas that will boost your career prospects

With competition for graduate jobs becoming ever more fierce, it is important that a gap year does not equate to a gap-in-your-CV-year. Done well, a gap year can prove invaluable in developing confidence, adaptability and an increased understanding of how the world works, and can help demonstrate …

"The Lighthouse"

Incredible black and white photography from around the world

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San Francisco

These images of the star-smeared sky aren't what you think (pictures)

San Francisco

Historic pubs and places to eat in London

There are plenty of "ye olde" pubs in London, but where are the genuinely historic places to eat and drink in the capital? Dr Matthew Green picks 10 of the finest, some of which appear in the 1815 London food guide, The Epicure's Almanac, republished for the first time this year<p>A publishing …

10 unusual ways to see London at night

Whether you're jetlagged, insomniac or wired, London at night is a mysterious place. People behave differently, the streets are sodium yellow and the parks are dark. As colours desaturate, familiar areas can turn dangerous. Curiocity has been strolling in the gloaming, pinpointing the best and most …

10 of London’s most unusual historical sites

London is packed with easily overlooked historical sites in hidden corners or seemingly ordinary locations. Historian Dr Matthew Green picks 10 of his favourite places with a story to tell<p>Have we missed your favourite hidden historical site? Tell us about it in the comments below<p>Hanging signs of …

England

Why don't men drink mild ale any more?

It was the cheap, unpretentious beer that defined the working-class male. Chris Moss mourns the passing of mild ale, the drink that Britain forgot<p>On April 30, the Stockport-based <b>Robinsons Brewery</b> ceased production of its 1892 Mild, which it had been making since that year. The company’s website …

Watch the Transformation of NYC's Skyline Unfold in an Elevator to the Top of the World Trade Center

Visitors to the One World Trade Center can now watch the evolution of New York City unfold before their eyes. The elevators to the observatory at the top of the building show an animated timelapse depicting the development of the city's skyline from the 1500s to today, as is seen in this video by …

World Trade Center

Richard III's funeral: Huge crowds expected in Leicester

Contribute with Guardian Witness<p>The most extraordinary week in Leicester’s history, when huge crowds turned out for the funeral cortege of a man who died more than 500 years ago and then queued for hours to view his coffin, comes to a climax on Thursday with the solemn reburial of the mortal …

Archaeology

Fancy pancakes for tea? How we fell in love with ‘brinner’

'Brinner', or breakfast for dinner, is apparently on the rise<p>"How D'ya Like Your Eggs In The Morning" goes the old song. But for an increasing number of us, the more appropriate question might be, how do you like them for dinner?<p>We Brits never like to lag behind an American trend, and ‘brinner” – …

Breakfast

Top 10 breakfast spots in Paris

Make the most of a romantic night out in Paris by following it with a great, late breakfast. And, as our selection shows, Parisians today are as likely to plump for an Anglo-American-style brunch as strong coffee and croissants<p>Frenchie to Go<p>Young chef Gregory Marchand cooked in London with Jamie …

France

Doctors' new prescription: 'Don't just exercise, do it outside'

It’s become commonplace for San Francisco physician Daphne Miller to write prescriptions that look like this:<p><i>Drug: Exercise in Glen Canyon Park<br>Dose: 45 minutes of walking or running<br>Directions: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 7am<br>Refills: Unlimited</i><p>She estimates she has now written hundreds …

Health Care

A lament for the death of bohemian London

At about 10 o’clock yesterday morning, police officers and bailiffs began to swarm into the 12 Bar Club on Denmark Street in the West End of London to evict its occupants. In December, the management had been told to leave the premises by 14 January; soon after, this most cramped and rickety of …

England

Rachel Khoo on the rise of ramen - and why you must slurp

If you have spotted excessively long queues in central London lately, you might have noticed a serious new food trend in the making. We’ve all gone mad for ramen, in all its rich, soothing, comforting deliciousness. To get to the bottom of this foodie phenomenon, I decided to head to Japan, a …

Exclusive Tours

Monaco<p>Hear from F1 legends and our writer at one of the great events in world sport<p>Iran<p>Discover one of the world's most beguiling countries on an extraordinary train journey accompanie...<p>Shanghai<p>Join the TV historian in tracing China's fascinating ceramics heritage and explore the …

Expert guide to Venice

Venice

Rubens' Antwerp laid bare

If he was looking down from the heavens last September, Sir Peter Paul Rubens might have had a wry chuckle at the result of the Scottish independence vote. After all, he was one of the key proponents of the original “Better Together” campaign. It was to Rubens whom King Charles I had turned to …

Expert guide to Oxford

When to go<p>There is no best time to visit Oxford, as every season has its charms. In early spring the trees of North Oxford drip with blossom, though May is when Oxford perhaps looks her loveliest. The trees are in full leaf, the students are in celebratory mood and the famous “Bumps” (boat race) is …

Students

Tracey Thorn takes the slow train to Innsbruck, Austria

The singer-songwriter is soothed by the rock and lull of Europe’s railways en route to Austria<p>• Competition: win a camper van holiday in Spain<p>Travel pieces tend to be written by daredevils, the type who, when asked if they fancy a trip on a raft up the Limpopo, cry, “Not half!” and grab a …

European Travel

The best ever breakfast recipes

"Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper," goes the old saying - and here at Telegraph Food, we very much agree.<p>Too often, in today's busy world, a proper breakfast is neglected in favour of a quick cup of coffee, a sugar-filled energy bar, or nothing at all.<p>A good …

Breakfast

The best Yorkshire pudding recipe to make with a roast

A good Yorkshire pudding is a thing of beauty, whether you choose whether to make puffy individual puddings or go the traditional route and make one big one, which will be crisp around the edges but have more of the gorgeously custardy, squidgy middle.<p>Although they are the classic shape these days, …

Food

Smoking Goat, London WC2, and Old Tom & English, London W1 – restaurant reviews

Reservations versus no reservations? Whether you’re pro or con boils down to this: over 30, “no food on Earth is worth waiting in line for unless I’m staring starvation in the face”; under 30, “I might get lucky in the queue.” There are no prizes for guessing which camp I’m in as I trudge …

England

Quaglino’s, London SW1 – restaurant review

‘Create your new Quaglino’s legend,” the website says, portentously. My own legend was that I once tumbled down its famous staircase and landed at the bottom with drink still intact. But that was back in the day when both Quaglino’s and I were considerably more fashionable than we’ve been …

How I gave up fine dining

‘I’m hallucinating food, and not yer fancy-schmancy restaurant food’<p>• Bim Adewunmi gives up Twitter • Alexis Petridis gives up being grumpy • Jess Cartner-Morley gives up heels<p>“You have the best job in the world,” is what almost everyone says to me on the rare occasions I tell them what I do for a …

Swimming Pools

The Goring, London SW1 – restaurant review

I’m furious. In an almost empty restaurant, I’m being kettled into my inevitably worst seat. Why can’t I have one of the lovely, large tables for two by the windows? The maître d’ is immovable: “Madam, they are booked in advance.” What, all of them? “All of them, madam. Often by the same people, …