With a good base of different flavours, one big shop can see you eat comfortably for a couple of weeks without too much repetition, writes Phil Wood.
Next time you brave the supermarket, supercharge your shop with these flavour-packed ingredients.
There's something primally satisfying about building yourself a DIY food store for a potential hibernation to come.
Is it wrong to substitute vegetable or peanut oil with olive oil when cooking Asian dishes?
Hosting a feast at home is a chance to try new recipes.
Take all the big flavours you know and love about red curry, and put it in fried rice form.
From traditional fried rice, to a sushi hand-roll party and home-made arancini, you won’t let a grain go to waste.
Put down the toilet paper, pick up some dried lentils. Jill Dupleix's answer to surviving Coronavirus is to keep calm and cook on.
Can it be true that frozen fish is better than fresh? And why bread is the mop on the dinner table.
A shopping list of things you might want to fill your kitchen with before you shut the doors.