Items of interest – including a few regular series – concerning food, life, et cetera

Our Gannet Highlights of 2016
A taco tour of Mexico City, an early-morning session in an Austrian winery, a lesson in the art of Swedish sushi... Here, in no particular order, are 25 standout Gannet moments from the past 12 months

Feasting in the Foothills of the Sierra Nevada – In the first of our Gannet Bookshop showcases, we talk to Anna Norman who spent six months in a remote Spanish village creating a record of the region's food. She tells us about Las Chimeneas and the extraordinary dishes she encountered along the way

Adventures In Vegetables – The revered Irish chef Denis Cotter on the challenges of setting up a vegetarian restaurant, the freedoms of meat-free cooking, and how his food has become less "shouty" with age

My Favourite Seasonal Vegetables: Denis Cotter – The owner of Café Paradiso in Cork on his favourite winter arrivals, a vegetable best treated simply and a flower that brightens up his summer menu

Three Ways With St John’s Trotter Gear – To celebrate the arrival of Fergus Henderson's genius new product, The Gannet and two of our favourite interviewees have devised three very different recipes to use it with

Christmas Gift Guide 2016: Objects
Solid cookware, gleaming barware and a peppermill that actually works (as well as looking good): our pick of beautiful and functional kitchen objects from the past 12 months

Christmas Gift Guide 2016: Books – A celebration of an overlooked Chinese food region, a study of the psychology of eating and a bible for knife-lovers – all available to buy from The Gannet

Christmas Gift Guide 2016: Food & Drink – Artisan teas, biodynamic wines and a sea-dweller that tastes exactly like truffles: our pick of things to eat and drink over the festive season

The Gannet Q&A: Thom Eagle – The Darsham Nurseries chef and food writer on an unforgettable meal in Venice, his greatest talent in the kitchen and why perfection in cooking is overrated

The Gannet Q&A: Helen Graves – The London food blogger on an unforgettable meal in Ethiopia, her ideal breakfast (which involves Netflix and a truckload of smoked salmon) and the ingredient that obsesses her most

Behind the Scenes at Le Champignon Sauvage
One of the most revered chefs in England, David Everitt-Matthias runs an extremely tight ship at his two-Michelin-star restaurant in Cheltenham – as we discover during an eye-opening visit to his kitchen

The Gannet Q&A: Bee Wilson – The food writer and journalist on a joyous meal in Rome, her favourite music to cook to and the restaurant she'd like to eat in every day

A New Magazine From The Gannet – The first issue of Fork in the Road is here!

Adventures in Knives – Food writer and restaurateur Tim Hayward on the weird symbiosis between human and blade that inspired him to write a book about knives

The Gannet Q&A: Simran Sethi – The food author on an emotional meal with her father, her most food-splattered cookbook and an unusually delicious coffee drink

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