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Rachel Roddys four bean-based recipes suitable for vegans | A kitchen in Rome

A kitchen in Rome: Italians have a lane with beans that sets them at the heart of everyday food, often in a shape thats incidentally vegan. Here borlotti reach a roasted chestnut-like softness alongside potato, tomato and herbs Friday nights at Pizzeria Remo run like boisterous clockwork. Whether you’ve been going there all their own lives, or it is your

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All aboard the Love Train: young, single New Zealanders on a romantic quest

Once every two years the rural town of Middlemarch comprises a singles ball attracting hundreds of young people from across the country looking for love As the develop chugs across the Taieri Plains, female hips garb in sequins press against male thighs in polyester suits. The carriages sway unpredictably, flinging young revellers randomly together in the narrow aisles. The humen

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A big stink: visitors complain about Giant Cheese Board festival’s failings

Event in London failed to serve up the unlimited food it promised, leaving ticket-holders cheesed off An event promising limitless cheese reportedly operated out of cheese but organisers refused to rebate aggrieved attendees. The Giant Cheese Board, advertised as an limitless cheese fest, promised to take revellers to” cheesey heaven” at Studio 338, south-east London, this weekend. However, the cheese

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Naples’ pizza twirling wins Unesco intangible status

Traditional art of pizzaiuolo, handed down for generations in southern Italian city, fastens coveted world heritage honour The Neapolitan art of pizza twirling has joined Unesco’s list of” intangible heritage”, securing the coveted status alongside a Saudi art form traditionally practised merely by women. The art of pizzaiuol o – which has been handed down for generations in Naples, southern

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New-wave wines for a new generation of wine drinkers

Wine makers are having to prove their mettle in catering to the tastebuds of new patrons as well as traditional ones One of the issues that faces wine producers is the need to adjust to the savors of younger alcoholics without “losing ones” traditional customer base. If you’ve been a fan of, say, rioja for years, more mature, oakier vintages