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Mary Berry quits Great British Bake Off

Mary Berry has this morning quit Great British Bake Off after show’s move to Channel 4, saying she will stay with BBC out of “loyalty”

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Planet Hollywood

REVIEW: Planet Hollywood is certainly a star attraction

After a day out sightseeing in London, the Sims family was ravenous and having considered several places for sustenance we decided to give Planet Hollywood star billing.

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Great British Take Off: Baking kit sales go crazy

Baking kit sales rocket as Great British Bake Off fever rises

Baking kit continues to fly off the shelves as millions of Great British Bake Off fans bid to create the show-stopping creations.

Britain goes ginger nuts as sales soar after Bake-off boost

Britain goes ginger nuts as sales soar after Bake-off boost

Supermarkets are stacking their shelves high with ginger after spectacular gingerbread sculptures featured on Great British Bake Off.

On trend: rare chicken?

Trend for rare chicken livers putting diners at risk of poisoning

A new “foodie” trend for increasingly rare chicken livers is putting diners at risk of food poisoning, warns a new report.

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Children and alcohol, what's your view?

Do you think it’s okay to allow children to drink some alcohol at home?

A study has found that half of parents with children under the age of 14 allow them to drink alcohol at home.

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Coca-Cola bottle ‘most iconic packaging’

Coca-Cola bottle ‘most iconic packaging’

The Cola-Cola glass bottle has been voted as the most iconic packaging on the UK’s shelves.

New generation of teas could cure hangovers, report suggests

New generation of teas could cure hangovers, report suggests

The choice of leaf-based beverages on offer has mushroomed in recent years, from builder’s tea or nothing, to every flavour from peppermint to rhubarb & ginger.

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The Wheelwright Arms

Petition to get back pub’s late night licence

A petition to save the late licence at The Wheelwright Arms has gained nearly 600 signatures.

GBBO's 2016 contestants gather in the baking tent (Picture: BBC)

Great British Bake Off contestants: Rolls-Royce engineer and pastor join 2016 lineup

A pastor and a Rolls-Royce aerospace engineer are among the 12 hopefuls competing to win the 2016 series of The Great British Bake Off.

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Would you try Parma Violets cheese? It’s a thing...

In a time of weird food fads, we just have to ask - would you try this?

What is the best hangover cure?

Research names the nation’s favourite hangover cure

Britain’s favourite hangover cure has been determined by new research.

The invincible pint glass?

‘Invincible’ pint glass won’t spill beer

Cack-handed drinkers prone to spilling their pints need fear no more as lager scientists have developed an ‘un-tippable’ glass.

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Asda is home to the world's best wine

‘World’s best wine’ is a £4.37 bottle from Asda

For anyone who has wanted to drink the best wine in the world but has been worried about the cost, there is good news.

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Queen Elizabeth Photo: Mark Cuthbert/PA Wire

Pubs stay open later to celebrate the Queen’s birthday

Monarchy fans and beer fans alike will be able to celebrate a bit longer this weekend as pubs across England and Wales have their opening hours extended to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.

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Former England football player and manager Kevin Keegan "caps" new employee Eva Juhasz, as she joins the Domino's team, which marks the pizza chain's creation of 10,000 new jobs to deal with demand from football fans during UEFA Euro 2016. Picture by: Jon Super/PA Wire

Domino’s Pizza creates 10,000 jobs to cope with Euro 2016

Domino’s Pizza is creating 10,000 new jobs - including nearly 2,000 in the South East of England - as part of a major recruitment drive ahead of the European Championship and the Olympic Games.

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An obese man (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

‘Low fat diet advice bad for obesity crisis’ say health charities

Major public health bodies are colluding with the food industry and promoting policies that are having “disastrous health consequences”, a damning health charity report says.

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Serving up a ready meal at a dinner party is no longer considered a social faux-pas, suggests new research

Ready meal dinner parties ‘no longer shameful’

Serving up a ready meal at a dinner party is no longer considered a social faux-pas, suggests new research.

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Doctors have questioned the Government's alcohol advice

Confusion over alcohol limits as doctors pour scorn on Government’s advice

Doctors are at odds with the UK’s Chief Medical Officers over the amount of alcohol it is safe to drink, a new poll of GPs has revealed.

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Wetherspoon pubs are set to serve takeaway coffee and tea

Wetherspoon to sell takeaway tea and coffee

Leading pub chain Wetherspoon is expanding the beverage side of its business by selling takeaway teas and coffees.

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