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15:00, 22 DEC 2017
Brentford pair swap studs for knives in cooking challenge
The pair were tasked with cooking sea-bass, root vegetables, wilted spinach with a dressing with roasted hazelnuts and olive oil
Fatal stabbing victim used Gordon Ramsay's name as slang for knife, court told
The trial into the alleged murder of Abdullahi Tarabi, 19, has started
Sir Ian McKellen, Rob Brydon and Thandie Newton star in flight safety video for Comic Relief
Watch some of Hollywood's and television's most famous faces audition in front of 'mayor of Hounslow' Chabuddy G
Food and Drink
Review: Just how good is the wine at 28-50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen?
Reporter David Rivers tried a range of different wines at the restaurant in Maddox Street
New team of staff for Chiswick hotel nearing end of £20m renovation
Among the new recruits are a general manager, head chef and events manager
TV chef Angela Hartnett on Italian food and what Gordon Ramsay is really like to work for
Chef Angela Hartnett talks about her Italian heritage, how she learned to cook and what Gordon Ramsey was really like to work for.
Westfield restaurant chef publishes his first cookbook
The Spanish chef behind Tapas Revolution at Westfield shopping centre has published his first cookbook.
Meet the man behind the magazine that makes a better you
IN A world saturated by size-zero models, self-made millionaires, and impossibly heroic or philanthropic deeds, it can be demoralising to identify your own successes.
Students compete to be crowned cookery champion
Ten pupils from five schools in Harrow, Brent and Barnet gathered at the College of North West London, Wembley, on Wednesday last week, with hopes of becoming the next Gordon Ramsey or Delia Smith.
Food Review: El Piratas Detapas is a magnificent culinary experience
IN 2010, rambunctious celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay named El Pirata Detapas the best Spanish restaurant in the country.
A Fulham Masterchef who means business
Fulham research analyst Andrew Kojima reached the final of the BBC television series Masterchef and discovered that, despite a narrow defeat, the culinary world left him hungry for more.
Perennially popular Ickenham pub re-works its menu
The Coach and Horses in the heart of Ickenham has changed owners several times in recent years, despite its huge popularity in an area well blessed with pubs.
Restaurant review: Manson, Fulham Road, Parsons Green
'Tis the season to be merry and there are few festive delights more likely to rouse the Christmas spirit in me than a good piece of game.
Restaurant Review: Baity Kitchen finds a winning theme
Adrian Seal eats at Baity Kitchen 172 Walton Street, London SW3 2JL.
Hammersmith and Fulham residents continue to gear up for London Marathon
A CHURCHWARDEN and librarian will be joining dozens of other borough residents tackling the London Marathon later this month.
Gemma snubbed Ramsay...and became London's top young chef
A precocious Fulham chef who rejected Gordon Ramsay to become a star in her own right has been dubbed one of the most influential young women in Britain.
On the Couch: Has Gordon Ramsay lost more than a business partner?
Counsellor and psychotherapist Johanna Sartori ponders Gordon Ramsay's family fued in her latest column.
'Brilliant Restaurant' gets TV spotlight
THE BRILLIANT Restaurant in Southall had its name in lights thanks to a TV contest on Channel 4 last night, but sadly didn't get the top prize.
Five of the best: Dig in for sixth annual Harrow in Leaf event
HARROW In Leaf's sixth annual horticultural show has invited local Queen Elizabeth look-a-like Mary Reynolds as its special guest and to open proceedings.
Five of the best: Wanna graduate with a degree in street dance?
Wanna graduate with a degree in street dance?
Fulham has landed on the gastronomic map
Fulham, for so long in the gastronomical shadow of neighbouring Chelsea, is fast becoming the food capital of west London, with eateries like the recently Michelin-starred Harwood Arms leading a pack of new restaurants which are getting national recognition.
Gordon Ramsay's Chiswick restaurant to close
THERE have been rumblings for a while but now its is official – Gordon Ramsay's Chiswick based pub is to close.
Bm@il: 'Cruelty is now amusing'
I AM so glad I am not a child growing up now as I would be terribly confused about, well everything.
Marco's not a bridge too far
SOME think this restaurant reviewing lark is easy. Well it's not and here's why.