Food

Claggy claggy, joy joy!

Some foods get a celebratory day, others get a week. The crunchy/smooth/we don’t know your life delight that sticks to the ribs and the roof of your mouth gets a whole month. Yes, November is Peanut Butter Lovers Month. Our writers share their PB PBs.

Sarns delicious

Sick of your old cheese and cucumber? Need a new way to pep up your workday? On National Sandwich Day, allow us to rock your bread with some tasty ideas.

Replay: The Great British Bake Off Live blog: The Final

The final of the final BBC series of The Great British Bake Off arrived and Sarah Ledger made sure our live blog went out with a buttercream bang. There are, of course, sugar-dusted spoilers.

Recipe: Get stuffed

Rose Izydorczyk only went and made us some delicious goods from her motherland. We’re now addicted to pierogies.

Eat Here, Love: Paesano, Glasgow

In our continuing series trumpeting the loveliness of places where we love to scoff when we’re out of the house, Elaine Malcolmson offers a glowing reference for a Glasgow pizzeria with a special eye for detail.

The Great British Bake Off Live Blog: Patisserie Week

There are just 120 minutes of The Great British Bake Off left on the BBC *sniff* but let's not dwell on that. It's Patisserie Week and GBBO superfan, Alison Carr was first with her hand up to live blog every last moment of in-tent drama. Join her from 8pm.

National Curry Week: Chole moly

Every week is curry week in Gita Malhotra’s house. Here she is with her recipe for the very best chole. No YOU’RE salivating.

I Make the Best: Microwave chocolate brownie (in a mug!)

After a snap poll of Standard Issue contributors, we came to the conclusion everyone has a signature dish they’re willing to brag about. Here’s Sooz Kempner’s delicious microwave chocolate brownie in a mug. Hang on, GBBO’s on the phone…

The Great British Bake Off Live Blog #8: Tudor Week

The Great British Bake Off has reached the quarter finals stage and the five remaining bakers will be faced with a triple challenge inspired by the Tudors, (the royal ones, not the crisps). Sarah Ledger is wearing the live blog crown tonight. Join her from 8pm.

National Curry Week: Punjabi Kadhi

Is there a better time to learn how to make a new curry, than Curry Week? Of course there’s not, and we are as grateful as ever to Chetna Makan for coming up with an absolute treat of a recipe. Prepare your tastebuds.