This is probably the riskiest mug recipe yet.
Leyla Kazim asks why lockdown prompted so many of us to get stuck into complex recipes. Featuring Felicity Cloake, Bill Buford and Youtuber Alex (formerly Frency Guy Cooking).
By Luca Weinmann
Make yourself a wee quiche with just a mug and a microwave.
Ex-Royal Marine Simon Mahoney says he hopes the book will help blind people to start cooking.
By Gemma Handy
Sea View Farm, Antigua
Give me chocolate cake and give it to me in a mug.
I want to go to a barbecue and I want to eat this.
That's right, pizza, in a mug and then in a microwave.
Omar started to cook after doctors told him to use his muscles to help with his neuromuscular myopathy.
You can always count on Renu for a good fakeaway recipe, and this time we're making chilli chips.
NAAN. BREAD. PIZZA.
It has been a TV film, a play and now the chef's memoir has been adapted to help a local theatre.
After analysing more than 1,000 raw foods, researchers ranked the ingredients that provide the best balance of your daily nutritional requirements. Here are the top five.
This is Renu's fakeaway middle eastern platter of amazing food!
By Angie Brown
BBC Scotland News
BBC News OnlineCopyright: Jim Balmbra
A head teacher has got creative to raise funds for charities that help children and their families.
Jim Balmbra, head of primary at Castle Newnham School in Bedford, "became" cook, maitre d' and diner in his school's Lockdown Lunch Challenge photo.Copyright: Family photo
It works by asking children to prepare a meal, snack or dinner and then ask parents or carers to donate what they would have paid in a restaurant to the cause.
So far about £1,400 has been raised of the £1,500 target.Copyright: Family photo
Ruth Wilkes, the federation principle, said: "We are delighted to help raise funds for some superb local charities whose work is so vital at this time in providing additional food as well as mental health and wellbeing support for children and families in our community."Copyright: Family photo