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chefs + restaurants

Eight Great Bars in London

When you need a break from Wimbledon, check out these great watering holes.
06.24.09
travel + culture

Key Notes: The Onion Store, Hampshire, England

The Onion Store has become one of the most sought-after B&Bs in London's hinterland.
11.23.07
Keywords
hotels,
u.k.,
travel
travel + culture

Key Notes: Tigerlily, Edinburgh

If bagpipes, royal connections, and ghost stories are not to your taste, Tigerlily is refreshingly modern and international for the ancient city of Edinburgh.
07.24.07
food politics

Whole Lot of Marketing Going On

Whole Foods, whose first branch outside the U.S. opens tomorrow in London, has been running a serious PR blitz.
06.05.07
chefs + restaurants

Making a Pig for Oneself

Fergus Henderson, the beloved chef's chef and co-owner of London's St. John restaurant is publishing a follow-up to his cult hit Nose to Tail Eating.
05.24.07
travel + culture

Eating it up in London

Everyone says they must attend the World Travel Market, but I suspect that nobody really knows why they do, unless it’s to eat dinner in London.
11.10.06
magazine

So Long, Sweetheart

Who needs a piece of chocolate cake—or dessert at all, for that matter? For some of us, a savory makes for a happier ending.
December 2003
magazine

About a Boy

When it comes to Jamie Oliver, the British public has been nothing if not fickle.
April 2003
magazine

Fair Shares for All

Memories of stewed eels, condensed-milk sandwiches, and sausages shimmering with lard nourish the working-class soul of a transplanted Englishman.
January 2003
Keywords
john haney,
u.k.,
meat
magazine

England’s It Girl

She cooks. She writes. She looks like a movie star. It’s no wonder Nigella Lawson has the whole country talking.
April 2001
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