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Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

While builder’s tea - milk, two sugars - may be the stereotypical cuppa for most Brits, it seems that younger consumers are more adventurous in their leaf of choice.

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Sussex Wine Bus Tour at Ridgeview Wine Estate (Photograph: Julia Claxton)

Tom Flint: A week of foodie fun across the city

Brighton Food Festival is back at the end of this month, and there is a superb list of events running across the week-long celebration.

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Blackdown Gin (Photograph: Julia Claxton)

Tom Flint: Range of events to toast Sussex gins

I cannot quite believe it is August already. Autumn is drawing in and the days are getting shorter, wetter and colder.

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Gin a firm favourite after a chequered history

Gin a firm favourite after a chequered history

Sally Pavey speaks to a local couple about the renaissance of gin.

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Stunning Sweetbreads at Pascere

Tom Flint: A highly polished dining experience

Dining out in Brighton and Hove has never been as exciting and interesting as it is right now. Existing restaurants have continued to improve, consistently pushing the standards higher, and with each new opening this trend continues.

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A feast of cheese and meat at The Great British Charcuterie Co.

Tom Flint: A celebration of British cheese and charcuterie

When I think of cheese and charcuterie, the UK does not immediately spring to mind as being a leading producing nation.

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Brewer Dan Gale with Lost Pier beers with the remains of the West Pier in the background

New beer inspired by city’s crumbling pier

A craft beer inspired by the crumbling West Pier has been launched by the city’s newest brewer,

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Authentic taste of Australia to hit Brighton

Authentic taste of Australia to hit Brighton

Walkabout Brighton’s new menu launches on Tuesday, July 25, and offers customers the chance to ignite their taste buds in a relaxed environment.

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The Fish Finger sandwich

VIDEO: Revamp the Fish Finger sandwich at home with Ruth Langsford

Television presenter, Ruth Langsford is a busy working mum and knows how much pressure there is to put something tasty on the table that will be enjoyed by everyone.

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Vineyards in Emilia Romagna

RICHARD ESLING: Could this be the new wave Italian wine for the UK?

There is a relatively new wine in Italy that is starting to make a bit of a name for itself.

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Would you like to take part in the next MasterChef?

Contestants wanted for BBC’s amateur MasterChef

The BBC is on the lookout for the next amateur MasterChef champion.

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Taste of the chippy at home

VIDEO: Recreate the authentic taste of The Chippy at Home With Ruth Langsford

Television presenter, Ruth Langsford is a busy working mum and knows how much pressure there is to put something tasty on the table that will be enjoyed by everyone.

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Artichoke Barigoule a taste of provincial France

Tom Flint: Fab French cuisine without the pomp

People often ask me what my favourite type of food is, and I always give the same answer.

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How to cook the perfect barbecue food

How to cook the perfect barbecue

Knowing the temperature difference between rare and well-done steak, the exact amount of time to cook your chicken and making sure you oil your food instead of the grill are some of the handy tips to help cook the perfect barbecue.

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A Polygon Pop-Up event

Tom Flint: A summer of superb food events

Finally, the month of July is upon us. The sun is out, sometimes, and the days are long and bright.

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Bringing a bottle, not getting too drunk and not double dipping are signs you are the perfect party guest

Bringing a bottle, not getting too drunk and not double dipping are signs you are the perfect party guest

The perfect party guest knows when they are about to outstay their welcome, always brings a bottle - and never double-dips the hummus and salsa, a study has found.

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The new cookbook, which Tom says offers a fantastic snapshot of the citys food scene

Tom Flint: Chefs share their secrets in new book

Have you ever left a restaurant and enjoyed a dish so much that you tried to recreate it at home?

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Brits spend 18 months mulling over food

Brits spend 18 months mulling over food

Brits will spend 18 months of their lives mulling over what to eat, a study has found.

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Malmaisons Brighton hotel services a range of tipples at its bars

Tom Flint: A touch of variety at the Marina

Brighton Marina has been undergoing quite a facelift lately. The number of restaurants on offer has doubled, with big brands such as Five Guys, Franco Manca and Las Iguanas taking up properties in the new development.
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