Very International People Search: The Rugby Grille
Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are the first women to win the Julia Child Award
From craft beer in Hancock Park to burritos and margaritas in Las Vegas, here's what's happening in our food and drink world: Cheers Border Grill chef-owners Mary Sue Milliken...
18 hours ago - LA Times - 2 articles
Nigel Slater's grilled chicken with miso recipe
A simple and satisfying light dish for a warm summer's evening Take a couple of whole chicken legs and remove the bones. Mix together 4 tbsp of white miso paste, 2 tbsp of...
23 hours ago - The Guardian
How to clean your grill with an onion
Looking for a cheap and easy way to clean your grill? No chemicals or brushes are needed for this nifty, eco-friendly trick.
1 day ago - FOX News
Olympian Elana Meyers Taylor Named President of the Women's Sports Foundation
The Women's Sports Foundation has appointed Elana Meyers Taylor as president-elect. A two-time bobsled world champion and three-time Olympic medalist, Meyers Taylor will...
1 day ago - SportsTravel
Mary Beth Albright's Food Hacks: Summer Cobbler
Use your favorite seasonal fruit, an easy topping - and the grill.
1 day ago - The Washington Post
Five common food safety mistakes that can ruin your summer cookout
Keep your family and guests healthy with these best practices for grilling and serving.
2 days ago - The Washington Post
Lowe's Is Having A Major Sale On Grills And Smokers To Compete With Prime Day
The sale will be offered July 16-17.
3 days ago - Men's Health
A Good Appetite: Lamb, Under Fire, and at Its Best
Perfect for summer cookouts, marinated butterflied lamb shines when cooked over a live fire, charring on the outside and becoming succulent inside.
4 days ago - NYT
City Kitchen: A Simple Treatment for Stunning Scallops
Pan-seared or grilled, these sea scallops make for a showstopping summer centerpiece, with a corn salsa served alongside.
4 days ago - NYT
Food poisoning? It's a life lesson | Coco Khan
What have I learned? That when you're a real adult, no one cares if you're ill I love the phrase “food poisoning”. It's perfect, conveying the drama so succinctly: how the food...
4 days ago - The Guardian - 2 articles
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9 marvellous marine species to spot around UK shores this summer
The summer months see marine life - whales, dolphins, seals, seabirds, and more - flocking to the UK's shores. Here are 9 incredible wild beasts you can get to know this summer...
Holidaymakers on Ryanair and Easyjet set for travel chaos
French air traffic controllers have called off their planned weekend strike too late for holidaymakers to avoid delays and cancellations to their flights.
Inside the 65ft-deep man cave dug out by one man over 23 YEARS
Levon Arakelyan from Arinj, Armenia, started work on the strange space in 1985 and was even working on the project on the day he died in 2008, aged 67.
Inside the quaint Knoll House hotel where Enid Blyton stayed
Picturesque Knoll House Hotel in Dorset passed to new owners last year and efforts have been made to retain its traditional charm, with rooms featuring Roberts radios and...
Hello Kitty bullet train is unveiled in Japan
The special shinkansen or bullet train will run for the next three months between the western cities of Osaka and Fukuoka, the West Japan Railway firm said. It hopes it will...
Inside the underground mud hotel that took one man 11 years to dig with...
Travel blogger Drew Goldberg, 27, from Arizona, visited a rural part of Malawi, where he discovered the unusual inn that has no mattresses on the beds and no electricity supply.
Inside the stunning London suite where Rudyard Kipling used to stay
Brown's Hotel in London's Mayfair is where Kipling penned some of the Jungle Book and it has a rather fabulous suite in honour of the British writer.
Close-up of a whale's tail wins the 2018 National Geographic Travel...
A shot of a humpback whale calf's tail has been revealed as the grand prize winner of the 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest. It was taken off the...
The Crafty Traveller: Slowing down in France - and other tips for road trips
France has introduced a new reduced speed limit on many A and B roads. Here, The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor issues tips on how to avoid being penalised.
Budget hotel chain Travelodge launches new range of 'chic' rooms
The six new properties, which will be built across the UK and will be called Travelodge Plus are described as being able to meet the needs of 'budget travellers who want more...