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Less is more for wildlife in your garden this autumn

The autumn may encourage many gardeners to do a major tidy up to make eveything look neat and tidy for the next few months.

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Perfect time to sort out autumn colour in the garden

With the soil warm from summer and moist from autumn rain, now is the perfect time to get out in the garden and plant for brilliant autumn colour.

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Patrick Schmitt MW Editor of The Drinks Business

RICHARD ESLING: Restaurant wine lists should be both affordable and interesting

Last week, I was invited to a fascinating evening at the Institute of Masters of Wine in London.

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Slow-Cooked Jamaican Chuck Beef and Sweet Potato Pepper Pot

DAVID WOODS: This hug in a bowl has a sweet and spicy kick

Kick back and relax with this bowlful of spicy flavours, says David Woods, executive head chef of the Sofitel London Gatwick.

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Kitchen secrets revealed by Richard Onslow head chef

It’s part of a magician’s code never to share the secrets of their tricks.

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Tales of buried treasure and some right Royal graffiti

Some say that, if you dig deep enough in the grounds of Hammonds Place in Burgess Hill, you might find buried treasure. Records have it that, early in the 17th century, Sir Edward Michelbourne, who served as MP for Bramber in 1593 and was an infantry captain until 1598, obtained licence from King James I to ‘discover’ China, Japan and Korea and encourage trade with their people.

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Varietal Labelling  or not!

RICHARD ESLING: Labels aren’t just about looking pretty

Choosing a bottle of wine from the shelves of your local wine store or supermarket is not always an easy task.

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Young and old enjoyed all the fun of Hassocks Fayre in 1996

There’s nothing like a village fayre to bring young and old together. Include a fancy dress parade and people really put their imaginations to work.

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Colour co-ordination helping women rediscover their identity

Have you ever wondered if you could work harder on your look? Gina Stainer gets expert help on getting her colours right.

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Sampling wines at Stopham Vineyard

RICHARD ESLING: English wine in the ascendancy

Another very successful Arundel Festival has just come to a close, when thousands of visitors had the opportunity to enjoy the many events and exhibitions which took place over the ten-day event.

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Tomato gazpacho with torn olive bread

DAVID SMITH: A stylish starter for those with too many tomatoes

Surrounded by a glut of tomatoes and not sure what to do with them? Then try this delicious starter from senior sous chef David Smith at the Arora Hotel, Crawley...

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Some red wines for your burgers

RICHARD ESLING: Pick a wine for National Burger Day

Are you ready for one of the year’s great culinary events, which takes place this week?

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Review: Café Rouge, Brighton Marina

The comforting smells of garlic and seafood are the first things that greet you as you step into Café Rouge at Brighton Marina.

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Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

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 street food vendor in national final

Jah Jyot Punjabi Street Food from Southwater has fought its way through the regional heats and from over 3,000 entrants has secured a place in the last 17 of the British Street Food Awards to be held in Manchester on September 16 and 17.

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Blackberry pear and chocolate torte

DAVID WOODS: A delicious excuse to go blackberry picking

David Woods, executive head chef of Sofitel London Gatwick Hotel, raids the hedgerows to create a stunning seasonal dessert.

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Lobster and Taittinger

RICHARD ESLING: This elegant champagne is perfect with lobster

When it comes to food and wine, there are certain things that just seem right together.

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One in ten UK holidaymakers stopped at airports due to misplaced tech

One in ten UK holidaymakers stopped at airports due to misplaced tech

More than one in ten UK holidaymakers have misplaced an electronic device in their luggage, resulting in them being stopped by airport security, according to a new report.

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Tips for growing your own

Mention growing your own fruit and veg and almost everyone will tell you how much better home-grown produce is than stuff you can buy in your local supermarket.

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Wine: enjoy responsibly

RICHARD ESLING: The pros and cons of a glass of wine

A report in the International drinks trade magazine, The Drinks Business, reads: “A 29-year study into the effects of alcohol and dementia has found that older adults who consume alcohol on a regular basis are more likely to live to the age of 85 without dementia compared with non-drinkers.”

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