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Food and Drink

The new interior of the Trout, beside the River Thames at Tadpole Bridge, which has been given a full refurbishment

Local riverside favourite The Trout gets a new look

Corin Willett in her shop The Eynsham Emporium which is celebrating its tenth anniversary

The Eynsham Emporium is a foodie haven

Some of Emma’s happy customers concocting hard in the state-of-the-art kitchen at her new cookery school

Setting up The Jericho Kitchen Cookery School

Barmen at Eynsham Hall prepare for the opening of The Brasserie restaurant which features bespoke banquette seating with copper accents

Every dish tells a story at Eynsham Hall

Kathy Slack hard at work in her Oxfordshire kitchen on recipes to feature in her new cookbook which deals with gluts of allotment produce

Cooking up tasty ways to make the most of your gluts of garden produce

Head chef Mark Chandler hard at work in the White Hart at Fyfield’s kitchens, serving sustainable food to his appreciative customers

Looking for the perfect local source for the White Hart's festive feast

John Footman, executive chef at Oxford Kitchen, prepares a dish for the new tasting menu

Try tasting menu without attitude at The Oxford Kitchen

Sally, Nick and Belle Pullen, of Wild Thyme, in Chipping Norton, which has received more than 300 top rated reviews on Trip Advisor

Celebrate Wild Thyme chef’s ‘seven-year itch’

Some of the amazing handmade chocolates Nadine is now selling online from Oxford

Chocs away for cocktail pairing

Owners Martyn Reed and Catriona Galbraith, with Lidia Dhorne and Phil Currie, manager and head chef, getting ready to welcome guests

Pub opening is a real village affair

Volunteers: The Oxford Food Bank has provided more than 60 charities with supplies in the past year and gives away about ten tons of food a week

Rooting out way to reduce waste at the Oxford Food Bank

AthisVadivale preparing one of her famous south Indian feasts

A South Indian feast for senses... and it's all for charity!

The good life: Flo Giles is a milkmaid at the dairy

Using the cream of local produce

Andrew Scott, executive head chef at Sudbury House, with Sergio Martinez-Rios, restaurant manager at Restaurant 56

‘Unforgettable’ food for diners at Restaurant 56

The new Oxford Wine Cafe in Jericho on the corner of Little Clarendon Street and Walton Street

Grape pickings now at Jericho's wine cafe

Elderberries abound in autumn and are one of the things you can forage – if you have permission from the landowner

Wytham’s food fest wilderness

Pradumna Walimbe outside his new 120-seater restaurant Wa! which has opened at the site of the former Aziz Express at the Kassam Stadium

Wa! gives curry a hot conscience

Hard at work, Lucie Greenwood’s lastest mission is make make perfect pasta

Operation ravioli stuffed at dawn

Tasty treats: Zoe Haynes is passionate about chocolate

Chock-a-block for Great Taste Gold

A previous pop-up meal hosted by Feast With A Chef

12 golden tickets to Yotam’s feast

Leo Johnson making a wood-fired pizza at the newly revamped Rickety Press

Hold the press! A new look for pub

Soho Farmhouse is part of a 100-acre site near Great Tew teeming with activity, including 40 guest cabins built on the banks of a lake

The Farmhouse in our country

George Harwood-Dallyn, assistant manager at The Chester, preparing for the Bank Holiday Beer Festival

Beer festival glee for Chester locals

A picturesque view of The Plough at Kelmscott which boasts an idyllic setting, beside the River Thames

Retro pub The Plough has an electric aura

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Mariella Bliss makes a dish to sell at the farmers’ market

Bliss are unlocking secret of Italian cooking

Jamie Brewer – the Pointer Stockman, on The Pointer Farm

This little piggy goes to market at The Pointer in Brill

A hungry customer is served at The Fishes

We’re nearly all set for Fish-stock

White Hart staff Ingrid Gaitet, Agnieszka Grabinska, Neil Kibble-White, Dave Pannell and Andrew Collier

The best cooking by a country mile

Down the river: The meal will be served on the vessel The New Orleans

A perfect way to enjoy Finals Day

The Milk Shed tables ready and waiting for the feast to begin

Duo collaborate for pop-up event

Waddesdon Manor is holding its first Feast Weekend from June 20-21

Live like a baron for just two days at Feast Weekend

Big Top: Circus Sauce tables laid up and ready to go

Review: All thrills, no spills at travelling Giffords Circus restaurant

Yvonne Oppon overlooks her domain at TVC while celebrating her first year in business

Soak up the high life upon the roof at The Varsity Club

The gleaming new kitchen at the Nut Tree in Murcott is Mike North’s pride and joy

Kitchen dreams became a reality at The Nut Tree

Birthplace: Winston Churchill visiting Blenheim Palace in 1958

Food that fuelled Churchill’s wartime

Run away to enjoy taste of the circus

Run away to enjoy taste of the circus

Popular: The crowd at last year’s Wallingford Food Festival enjoying the fare on offer

Our food festivals serving up a treat

Coeliac heaven: Carluccio’s in Little Clarendon Street, Oxford

Going against the grain is easier now

Driving in: The Cheeky Italian boys’ 1970s Citroën van

Traders bring best street food to city

Let the asparagus race now begin...

Let the asparagus race now begin...

Grown on the estate: Enthusiasts at Raymond Blanc’s cookery school pick herbs and vegetables from Le Manoir’s kitchen garden

Top chefs put trust in kitchen gardens

Family concern: Spanish farming brothers Gonzola, Gabriel and Fer on the farm

You want a dream job? Ripeness is all

Prime cuts: Only shoulder and belly port are used in Irayne’s sausages at Todenham Manor Farm, where she is helped by butcher Jim Lewis

Rural bliss becomes a bangers bonanza

Pure magic: Julia Atkinson,of Happy Cakes

Witch way to bake really wicked cake

Tasty archive: Geraldene Holt and Donald Sloan at the exhibition

Writer who changed our tastes in cuisine

Tea time:  The Feathers promises a treat

Treat mums’ tums to show your love

Drive in and dive in: Heritage tomatoes and a mouthwatering selection of pies

Heaven itself for a gourmet on the go

Leeks work splendidly with potatoes in soup

Separating the leek from the daff

Fruit of the sea, salt of the earth

Fruit of the sea, salt of the earth

Ready for St Valentine’s Day: Rosie Warren, one of the service staff at The Tatty Bunting

Know your oysters for Valentine’s Day

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