Cheese

Cheese is a cottage industry here with Pelardon being the king of the goat's cheese. Methods of production have remained unchanged for centuries and I visit Celine Mourgues to find out her secrets. She keeps 80 goats and milks them twice a day.
When it comes to matters of the heart I'm as misunderstood as that green faced witch in Wicked the Musical. Castigated as a contemptuous romance killer, I take a zero tolerance attitude on cheese.
Although a diet laden with high-fat cheese isn’t the best way to shift those stubborn pounds, it could help ward off diabetes
In Sweden, its culinary landscape has created - out of necessity and osmosis - a national blanket of works of art that reach such a deeply fucked surreal and counter-intuitive culinary splendor that the most absurd creations by high-concept experimental artists, experimental chefs or artist-chef-experimental-weirdos wither in comparison.
Rebel cheese chasers are expected to flip, somersault and tumble their way to the foot of a steep hill on Monday - chasing
Call me mad, but I have a theory, and it is this: The bigger the country as a military power, I theorise, the worse its cheese and associated dairy products. Look at American cheese. Good grief, look at Russian cheese (if you can). In both cases, I'd rather eat next door's cat.
I rarely go to church and when I do, it's fairly reluctantly, but when I was a child growing up in Southampton, my mum dragged me along most Sundays. Occasionally, if she asks, I still keep her company at her local church, near to where I live. These days I drag my own children along but it still makes me feel a bit like a kid too. Like last Sunday.
Alex James, the former Fat Less bassist and the man who put 'ur' into Blur has done a bizarre 'food' column in the Sun. In what reads like an advert he has championed Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonald's and Greggs in a series of PR puff quotes and those kind of gormless photos that 15-year-old-boy bands specialise in.
Little Chef, and its erstwhile cousin Happy Eater, suffered what can only be described as an image problem. Happy Eater customers decided that they were perfectly happy eating somewhere else; while Little Chef eventually followed the lead made by the police, and dropped their height requirement for kitchen staff.
Celebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson has published a heartfelt apology on his website after being caught red-handed stealing