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The Serious Eats Guide to Food Photography

Taking great photographs of food is a hard-earned skill—after all, that's why some people are lucky enough to get paid for it. But it's also a lot easier to hone these days, no matter who you are; even a smartphone can yield gorgeous, high-quality images.<p>Sure, professional cameras and …

The Real Rules of Making Polenta (Hint: They're Not What Everyone Says)

Serious Eats<p>VIDEOS<p>Watch More Videos<p>I can't help but laugh when I think of polenta, the Italian corn porridge. Everyone always repeats the same old rules for making it—make sure the liquid is boiling before adding the polenta, then stir nonstop until it's done. And yet, of all the things worth …

Making Churros at Home

The Classics: Martin Yan Makes Scallion Pancakes

The Way We Cook: A new book from SAVEUR magazine

Making Gulab Jamun

A chicken with rice and peas recipe | Readers’ recipe swap

Her many simple, revelatory recipes made Carol Harris the leading figure of this year’s Readers’ Recipe Swap<p>In 2015 alone, I have read around 3,000 recipes, and cooked nearly 400, every single one coming from Guardian readers. I am in no way exaggerating when I say it is a privilege to have made …

20 best slow food recipes: part 4

Food & drink,Life and style,Lamb,Duck,Middle Eastern food and drink,Dessert<p>Five more delicious dishes that are worth the wait, including lamb tagine and Nigel Slater’s confit of duck, all chosen by Observer Food Monthly<p>It looks mean, I know, just one piece of duck per person, but it is really all …

20 best slow food recipes: part 2

Tasty dishes worth taking your time over, including venison and prune pie and vegetarian stuffed peppers, all selected by Observer Food Monthly<p>A bowl of boiled potatoes, buttered with lots of chopped parsley along with cooked cabbage are the sole accompaniments required, except maybe some …

Unilever sues Hampton Creek Foods for false advertising: Just Mayo is masquerading as a mayonnaise and stealing market share from Hellmann’s

In the lawsuit*, filed in New Jersey on October 31, Unilever says the federal standard of identity for mayonnaise (<b>21.CFR.169.140​</b>​) stipulates that …

Britain Isn't Eating: a microplay by the Guardian and the Royal Court – video

An after-school encounter captures two parents' hopes and fears for their children's future. Anna Maxwell Martin and Liz White star in a microplay about education written by Rachel De-lahay and directed by Gbolahan Obisesan after a conversation with the Guardian's Richard Adams, Sally Weale and …

From foams to foraging, food trends are as silly – and enjoyable – as any other fashion

Here’s my prediction for 2015. There will be food. Some of it will be horrible. Some of it will be really nice. Just get on with it<p>Recently a woman asked me, with a squeaky roll of her eye balls, what I thought about “all those foams and sauce smears” she saw on <i>MasterChef</i>. Around the same time I …

Marco Pierre White - in pictures

On the 25th anniversary of his groundbreaking cookbook White Heat, Observer Food Monthly looks back on the early career of the groundbreaking chef.<p>Photographs courtesy of the estate of Bob Carlos Clarke.<p><i>White Heat 25 (Mitchell Beazley, RRP £25) is published on 2 February. Click here to buy a copy</i> …

Marco Pierre White

We don’t hand down family recipes any more. That’s not a bad thing

I want to pass on an enthusiasm for food – not my mother’s spaghetti marrow<p>Recently on the Radio 4 food show <i>The Kitchen Cabinet</i>, the panel were asked to name dishes they had inherited from their parents. There was sweet talk of dense stews and shepherd’s pies. As the chair of the show I wasn’t …

Re-Watch How to Make the Iconic Pastry From 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

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20 best chicken recipes: part 4

Chicken,Food & drink,Meat,Life and style,Middle Eastern food and drink,American food and drink<p>The secrets of southern fried chicken and more from Claudia Roden and other top chefs chosen by Observer Food Monthly<p>Serves 4, 1 leg (Comprising 1 thigh, 1 drumstick per person)

20 best chicken recipes: part 3

Great recipes from Nigel Slater, Madhur Jaffrey, Tom Kerridge and more<br>• The final part of this series launches on Thursday<p>If you cannot get the egg yellow food colouring, use any other yellow colouring to get a strong saffron colour. The amount you need will vary. If you use liquid yellow food …

20 best chicken recipes: part 1

Chicken,Food & drink,Meat,Life and style,Middle Eastern food and drink,Vietnamese food and drink,British food and drink<p>From Britain to the Middle East and Vietnam, great dishes from top chefs chosen by Observer Food Monthly<br>• Part two of this series will be launched on Tuesday<p>Serves<b><br>good butter</b> 110g, …

Peace, Love And Granola: The Untold Story Of The Food Shortage At Woodstock

All around you, a massive crowd the size of which you can't even fathom sways, sings and mills about on 600 acres of farmland. People have been dancing, splashing in the mud and tripping on LSD for two days. It's Sunday morning, you haven't eaten in over 24 hours because you don't want to surrender …

Jane Grigson: her life and legacy

Twenty-five years after her death, the revered Observer cookery writer remains an enduring influence on British food<p>Regular customers at Quo Vadis in Soho, a restaurant that has been open more or less continuously since 1926, will know that in its present incarnation certain treats are always on …

Henry IV

Who Invented the First Modern Restaurant?

Legend has it that a soup salesman named Boulanger opened the first modern restaurant 250 years ago in Paris. But when one historian went looking for proof, she found things were not so clear.<p>Back in the 18th century, few city-dwellers had the means for personal kitchens at home. So before a …

Chefs Ditch the Straitjacket of New Nordic Culinary Rules

It has put exotic ingredients like sea buckthorn and reindeer lichen on menus from Helsinki to New York, and forced many a professional kitchen to …

Mouthwatering Food—in Motion

Picture Stories<p>When I stumbled upon the Kitchen Ghosts website, I was mesmerized. Pancakes perpetually drip in syrup and milk continuously diffuses in cups of coffee. Not a still photograph and not a video, these cinemagraphs resided perfectly in the “in-between,” looping in short, beautiful …

Ice Cream

Wedding season is here: bring on the crimes against food

Let’s stop paying catering firms more than the cost of a Michelin-starred meal for grim chicken and sauces that could creosote fences<p>A while back I received an email accusing me of snobbery. Just another day at the office, then. My crime that day was to have said during an episode of <i>MasterChef</i> that …

Sweden gets first food truck for posh dogs

Food trucks pack out Stockholm's hipster island Södermalm during the summer, where the neighbourhood's bearded and vintage clad residents are invited …

The 20 best Spanish recipes: part 2

Omar Allibhoy José Pizarro, Claudia Roden, David Eyre, Colman Andrews

The 20 best Spanish recipes: part 1

Claudia Roden, Sam and Sam Clark, Nieves Barragán Mohacho , Ben Tish, Josep Carbonell

The 20 best Spanish recipes: part 3

Spanish food and drink,Food & drink,Life and style,Fish,Seafood<p>Delicious tapas and other delights from top chefs, selected by Observer Food Monthly<p>Great for lunch, each coca will serve two as a starter or one as a main course.

The 20 best Spanish recipes: part 4

Ice cream, gazpacho and more in the final part of our recipe series, selected by Observer Food Monthly<p>Oxtail is gorgeous: the flavour is so intense thanks to all that fly-swishing exercise and the high ratio of bone to meat. This dish is popular all over Spain and it is traditionally served in …

The 20 best Italian recipes: part 1

Liven up your home cooking with pasta and meat recipes from top chefs including Giorgio Locatelli, all selected by Observer Food Monthly<br>• Part 2 of this series launches tomorrow<p>Serves 4<b><br>plain flour</b> 4 tbsp<b><br>sea salt and freshly ground black pepper</b><b><br>kid goat</b> <b>or lamb</b> 1kg, cut into large chunks (about 6 x …