Today, celery is almost universally despised. But the Victorians adored it, as the Georgians did the pineapple.
Space Mint sauce combines with leftover veg to make a cosmic carrot salad!
Culinary mythology suggests Brussels sprouts were first seen for sale in the markets of Belgium in the 1200s, but their ancestors date back to Roman times.
Medieval people celebrated all 12 days of Christmas, from December 25 through to Epiphany.
The Big Bang Fair’s ‘Pizza of the Future’ shows how what we eat may change in years to come.
Every month for a year, the Menu for Mars Supper Club met at a New York restaurant, “gathering recommendations, suggestions and opinions from restaurateurs about what food they would prepare on Mars”.