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Birmingham can boast of having the world’s best young chef after achieving stunning success in the culinary equivalent of the Olympics.
A footy-loving Birmingham chef caused a stir at the world's biggest cookery competition when his football club's flag was banned by the French.
CRAIG Finch was a successful utilities worker with a nice home and three adoring children.Read
The pressure is on for two local chefs as they prepare for the Bocus d'Or. Richard McComb joined them in the kitchen.Read
A Shakespearean scholar and an award-winning chef have teamed up to write an idiot-proof cook book recreating Elizabethan recipes for the modern palate. Catherine Vonledebur reports.Read
David Everitt-Matthias, kitchen maestro at Le Champignon Sauvage, cooks stunning food but has no time for anaemic desserts, snooty sommeliers or the cult of cheffiness, writes Food Critic Richard McComb.Read
From Druids Heath to Manhattan... Food Critic Richard McComb talks to New York hot-plate star April Bloomfield.Read
I kick-started a fledgling Christmas tradition a couple of years ago by dining out on my own for the final review of the year.Read
I love fish and chips, but I wouldn’t want to eat them every day. Similarly, I am partial to a curry, but I don’t order the same dish every time I visit my local balti restaurant.Read
Diners at a Birmingham hotel can enjoy a taste of Costa Rica this year as its new Latin American general manager enjoys her first festive season in the city.Read
It's time for the MADs - the McComb Awards for Dining. Richard McComb reports on the culinary heroes and villains of 2012.Read
Christmas is a perfect time to get creative in the kitchen, says globetrotting chef Stevie Parle. Richard McComb gets a flavour for his ideas.Read
One of the UK’s most exciting young chefs is to open a new restaurant in Birmingham in a move that will cement the city’s reputation for high-end dining.Read
The Stagg does what many places could do if only they had the skill and commitment. There is no boundary pushing here just superb ingredients, coaxed into dishes of deceptive simplicity.
A Birmingham restaurant has been crowned the best in the Midlands at the ‘curry oscars’.Read
One of the favoured restaurants of the Birmingham business community has revealed plans for a second venue in the city.Read
Warwickshire wizard Rob Hartwell has been crowned Pub Chef of the Year. He reveals his passion for barbecuing to Richard McComb.Read
One of the more enduring food fashions of the last couple of years has been the movement towards serving small plates of food.Read
Budding Birmingham masterchefs are hoping to serve up a winner for Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell.
Listen very carefully, I will say zis only once...Read
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