Burgers

Burgers are delicious, but eating them without looking like a messy toddler is almost impossible. Should you go for the pick
My sister and I have been busy cooking up a storm in the battle to find out which of us is the better chef. Olivia, who's
Good grief. If, like Monsieur Woof (below), you're chuffed because it's National Cheeseburger Day then welcome to the club
Across London, the veggie burger is being given a delicious new lease of life and there are a few eateries who are leading the way in this resurrection. So, for the last few weeks I have been eating my way around town, searching for the very best veggie burgers London has to offer.
n the eight years I've been writing about food, London's (and subsequently the rest of the country's) obsession with burgers has been steadily building. I've written countless articles on the comings and goings of the patty power players.
As well as being a burger joint, Shake Shack is well known for its frozen custard, varieties of which are changed daily. I asked whether frozen custard was just a neat name for ice-cream, in the way that the word gelato has taken over Soho (I know, I know, they're all different, but I'm not an ice cream aficionado).
When did civilisation come to believe that plates were just so passé? How have restaurateurs not realised that despite great 'props' to make their meals more hipster and instagramable, they don't actually make the food better, just more high maintenance.
Last week I was very excited to be spending an evening skating at a roller disco and eating burgers. It felt silly and fun and like something I would have done in my teens and not in my 30s, which made it all the more appealing for a Tuesday night after a day in the office.
For a country that pickles virtually anything, including lemons and walnuts (and a portion of the population pickles itself with that daily after-work stop at the pub!), it astonishes me that most people here seem to detest pickles.
A woman was left in "unbearable" pain after dislocating her jaw in a bid to eat a giant burger. Nicola Peate bit off more