Fans say Gordon Ramsay's show Bank Balance is more confusing than Bamboozled on Friends

BBC One viewers noticed an odd similarity been Gordon Ramsay's new high-pressure game show Bank Balance and a scene from Friends which sees Joey Tribbiani explain the rules of Bamboozled

City Spirits: Japanese whiskymakers bid sayonara to imposters

With a light now flickering at the end of our locked-down tunnel, thoughts have turned to travel – hardly surprising The post City Spirits: Japanese whiskymakers bid sayonara to imposters appeared first on CityAM.

Tom Kerridge to open ‘mostly vegan’ restaurant as plant-based dining trend grows

The restaurant will be housed in two shipping containers in Camden Market, and has been designed to encourage more people to try plant-based food

Which McDonald's branches are open for walk-in takeaways in Wales?

McDonald's has updated its Welsh customers on its walk-in takeaway service

Italians fume at New York Times ‘smoky tomato carbonara’ recipe

The rogue cooking instructions also substitute bacon for dry cured pork cheek and urge the use of parmesan in place of pecorino cheese

Storm Keating was 'nervous' about homemade birthday cake for Missy

Ronan Keating's wife Storm treated his daughter Missy to a stunning homemade birthday cake. See why she was nervous about baking it...

Saints selfie wall is a winner with Perth fans

Scott Findlay of the Cherrybank Inn says emblazoned design is in dedication to St Johnstone's Betfred Cup run

9 rules royal children have to follow

As a member of the royal family, royal etiquette dictates everything from what one is allowed to eat to guidelines around the naming of a newborn royal. While the rules are stricter for more senior members of the royal family, with relatives such as Princess Eugenie allowed to bend the restrictions slightly, they are no less stringent for the royal children. From rules around appropriate clothing to official protocol about receiving gifts, these...

Takeaway pints will be allowed again in England - but only from April 12

Boris Johnson's lockdown roadmap will allow takeaway alcohol from pubs - but only in Step 2, once beer gardens are already open anyway

Slash beer duty to support struggling pubs, Tory MPs tell Sunak

Slash beer duty to support struggling pubs, Tory MPs tell Sunak

5 cooking tips for those lazy days

The last thing you want to be doing after a long day is thinking about preparing a meal

Covid lockdown: How Scotland's hospitality sector can emerge stronger than ever from pandemic – Professor Joe Goldblatt

As a small boy I remember my parents playing cards at our kitchen table. My head barely poked up beyond the edge of the well worn table. However, I could easily see the hands that my parents and their friends had been dealt.

'The recipes and stories were awe-inspiring' - Scottish chefs and producers reveal their favourite cookbooks in time for World Book Day

Scotland’s best chefs and food producers show us their most loved cookbooks

When pubs, restaurants and nightclubs are to reopen in Scotland's lockdown route map

When will the hospitality industry be allowed to reopen its doors - including pubs restaurants and nightclubs?

The best UK retreats to look forward to from 12 April

Luxurious self-catered residences from Cornwall to the Costwolds

Alexandria Outlander fanatic's charity cookbook proves a worldwide hit

Margaret MacKinnon, 67, who is originally from Renton was inspired to pull together a collection of classic Scottish recipes after posts on her Facebook group dedicated to the smash-hit TV show proved popular across the globe.

Bars and restaurants which won't re-open after lockdown despite getting green light from government

The coronavirus crisis has left many of the eatery chains struggling, with branches now forced to shutter for good despite the promise of a better spring and summer

Pubs WILL be able to serve takeaway pints from April 12

The British Prime Minister's spokesman said: 'Outdoor hospitality is permitted so I believe it would be the case that takeaway alcohol will be permitted.'

Gordon Ramsay's fury over expensive steak smothered in chocolate spread: 'What an idiot!'

GORDON RAMSAY unleashed a furious response after he watched a wannabe chef cover an expensive steak in chocolate spread online.

Macron CHAOS: Paris could break ranks in fury at French President's lockdown failure

PARIS is pushing for a three-week lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus in a move which would put the French capital at odds with President Emmanuel Macron.

Nigella Lawson's one-pot pasta is the dinner we all need right now

Nigella: At My Table star Nigella Lawson has the best one-pot comfort meal recipe: beef and beans with pasta. All the details…

The 'magic' cooking trick that turns flour and water into shredded 'chicken'

'I have no words for what this person just did'

Bar owner writes to the Northern Ireland Executive calling for firm reopening date

Maxwell Swain, the owner of the Longfellow Bar in East Belfast has written to the Executive calling for a date for pubs to reopen

Essential survival manual includes an easy recipe for tasty tripe

Far too many years ago I displayed some common and not so common childhood culinary aversions.

Homeless couple surprised with a wedding

Rosalyn Ferrer, 50, and Rommel Basco, 55, from the Philippines, have been squatting in a shack with their six children for several years. A hairdresser surprised them with a wedding.

16 of the best green vegetables to eat for your health

Calorie-for-calorie, green vegetables are the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet

Fears over 'wild west' school exam plans - how new grading system could go wrong

Gavin Williamson insisted A-Level and GCSE grades handed out by teachers will be "fair" but there are concerns over plans to replace cancelled summer exams. Here we take a look at the issues

Women are being 'penalised for their love of wine with big tax rises'

British television presenter Kate Thornton today claimed that should Rishi Sunak increase duty on wine it would 'hit women the hardest.'

Loose Women's Stacey Solomon shares how she makes her own sleep-inducing pillow sprays – and it’s so easy

Stacey Solomon creates her own pillow sprays, admitting she “needs some calm in her life”.

Newport chef opens new restaurant in lockdown despite pandemic pressures

Vivienne Read opened North Street Bar & Grill just six months after launching a catering van business

'Hugging loved ones and on beach by summer' - health chief's hopes if we 'don't take the mick'

But optimism comes with strong caveats - it will only happen if we follow the rules, take up vaccine offer and any dangerous variants are kept out

Starbucks delights fans with their menu including chocolate chip latte

The latest additions available March 4 across the UK, includes a spinach and falafel wrap, veggie New York Style deli sandwich and chicken focaccia.

Boris Johnson’s Covid-19 roadmap: When can I see friends and family?

Boris Johnson has announced his road map out of lockdown, with a four-part plan to relax coronavirus restrictions over the next few months. One of the main areas Mr Johnson covered was how social restrictions will be eased if four tests are met at each stage. From the revival of the “rule of six” to the future of indoor mixing, here’s what Mr Johnson said about when people might be able to meet up again with their friends and family: When will...

Archie Harrison's favourite breakfast revealed – and it's all down to the Queen!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son Archie Harrison loves eating one particular food for breakfast – and his grandmother the Queen bought him a machine to make it

Gordon Ramsay's new show Bank Balance branded 'migraine provoking rubbish'

The Scots TV chef launched his new show 'Gordon Ramsay's Bank Balance' on the BBC where contestants had the chance to win up to £100,000.

Solo travellers, here's why Cornwall should be the first place you visit this year

Stretch your legs on an active escape after lockdown

Baked halloumi with honey, blood orange and fennel recipe

Baked halloumi with honey, blood orange and fennel recipe

How New York invented the business breakfast

To tide us over until we’re able to travel again, we’re republishing classic travel stories from our archives. Today we The post How New York invented the business breakfast appeared first on CityAM.

A Cardiff landlord's message to Mark Drakeford as pubs across the border get date for reopening

'You need to listen to us'

M&S' gin and tonic chocolate egg is all we want for Easter

Chocolate and gin - a partnership made in heaven

5 must-try Maggi recipes for tasty, easy dinner meals

Maggi is encouraging South Africans to ‘Open Up the Kitchen’ and include everyone in cooking so we can all ‘Taste More’.

Rishi Sunak considers revival of great British pubs as Brexit allows £150m boost

RISHI SUNAK is considering a revival of the great British pubs in his Budget - as if he takes advantage of Brexit, pubs and breweries could be given a £130million boost.

Best recipes for your airfryer - the four best healthy and nutritious air fryer dishes

AIR FRYER recipes are sweeping the nation as the new cooking appliance has become hugely popular across the world. Here are the four best healthy and nutritious air fryer dishes for you to try out at home.

Pubs able to serve takeaway drinks when beer gardens reopen from April 12

Licensed venues have received a ‘lifeline’ with the news that pubs have got the green light to serve takeaway drinks in the road map out of lockdown.

Lidl's colourful Le Creuset-style kitchenware is back in time for spring

And the collection starts from just £3.99

Best honeymoon destinations 2021: the most romantic spots to visit post lockdown

Discover the best romantic honeymoon destinations and best honeymoon hotels to visit in 2021.

What did Boris Johnson say in his speech and what will the roadmap out of lockdown look like?

Boris Johnson made his long-awaited speech to Parliament on Monday, with the Prime Minister setting out his “irreversible” road map out of lockdown. Mr Johnson announced a number of key dates for reopening of schools, pubs, hospitality, travel and weddings. Speaking later at a Downing Street briefing, he said "there is light ahead" as a result of the vaccination programme, adding that it was time for the jabs to start replacing curbs on liberty...

Michelin starred chef Giorgio Locatelli leads cook along to support food charity The Felix Project

A Michelin starred chef is running an online cooking masterclass in support of a food redistribution charity. On Friday, March 5, Giorgio Locatelli, chef patron of Marylebone’s Michelin-starred Locanda Locatelli, will host a virtual cook-along in collaboration with supplier La Tua Pasta, raising funds for The Felix Project. Those attending will be welcomed by Locatelli before cooking with him and, finally, enjoying the dinner with the chef. The...

Avocado fries – An addictive any-time wholesome snack

The spices add a delicious punch of flavour to the creamy avocado.

Gordon Ramsay's game show Bank Balance debuts with 2.7 million viewers

The series, which was slammed by viewers for its 'confusing' rules and 'cringe-worthy' banter, lost half the viewers that had tuned in for The Repair Shop an hour earlier.