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The complete guide to eating, drinking, giving and self-caring your way to a very merry holiday this year
Candied, tucked into cabbage leaves or crumbled into ice cream, chestnuts have been a beloved part of Turkish culture for thousands of years
Travelling through space and time, our cooks prepare a Christmas dish for their culinary heroes
From the best champagne to a feast fit for Salvador Dalí, we have all you need to make a merry Christmas – with or without your family from hell
Whatever vibe you’re aiming for, we’ve got some great ideas to delight your special someone
Long-simmering squabbles, torturous travel and turkey with ‘all the trimmings’ are just the start
Our ‘Round on the Links’ quiz tests your ability to draw connections. Thinking caps on!
Welcome to the wildly optimistic world of the British prime minister
‘The perfectly logical case for employing reverse logic’
The fact that war can be fought in so many ways in the 21st century might reduce the need for actual military conflict
Our aim should be to marginalise the whole debate. It should not be the culture war of our time
From a £10 Crémant to a memorable Krug, these are the corks to pop
Citrus fruits bring freshness to rich food and more than a bit of bauble-y brightness to grey days
When fake news spreads like Covid, what can platforms do to stop it?
‘Geneticists have built family trees and worked out how mystery vines relate to known varieties’
‘Specials were the freshest ingredients, dishes that the kitchen felt proud to be cooking — they revealed the true nature of the restaurant’
‘I need an interest, one that doesn’t involve alcohol or eating or reading or television — something that exists just for itself’
‘I look at the combination of inventiveness, skill, knowledge and margin control and I want to let out a little cheer’
‘The impromptu, pretend-bellicose, elitist and anti-elitist coalition of 2016 is proving remarkably enduring’
They’re using pioneering digital forensics to lay the groundwork for future crimes-against-humanity trials
Research suggests that ‘guilt-prone individuals’ may have a ‘moral advantage’ in workplaces and that banks should try to hire them
Growing, cooking and eating your own beets is a pleasure that cannot be bought
Smart rings and watches are shifting from activity trackers to sophisticated healthcare tools
The region has moved on from ‘easy-to-appreciate’ wines of the 1990s
The Norwegian painter used a camera to explore his preoccupations with spiritualism, naturism — and himself
Yes, it’s a like a permanent Zoom call, except that it is happening on the rings of Saturn or on a boat in the Pacific
We need to talk about severe mental illness, and how to better fund its treatment, writes Manuela Saragosa
A combined total of one parliamentary seat in the lower houses of France, Italy and Britain isn’t much to brag about