May 23, 2013
The Irish are famed for their hospitality and the D Bar&Grill confirms that they now export it, too. Exquisite food in a beautiful setting. Read Article Dubai's D Bar&Grill serves a fine Irish fare
May 19, 2013
Healthy food does not require hours of preparation. Read Article On the fast track to healthy food
This week, Michelson will be visiting the UAE to host tasting sessions in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi, where she'll be giving gourmets the chance to try unusual varieties of cheese from across the world. Read Article Cheese expert Patricia Michelson recommends a journey through tastes
May 18, 2013
Almost three quarters of Abu Dhabi's groceries have upgraded or registered to make renovations ahead of the June 30 deadline. Read Article Abu Dhabi groceries fall in line with Baqala upgrades
May 17, 2013
With map Got a hankering for a plate of tequenos? Holding a braai and need some South African sosatie? Here is a look at how various cultures in the UAE have imported their cuisines and where to buy the ingredients. Read Article A hunger for home: best places pick up world foods in Abu Dhabi
May 15, 2013
Is there an Arab woman alive who doesn't consistently overestimate how much food her guests can reasonably be expected to eat?
Read Article 1,001 Arabian Bites: Less stuff is more stuff – especially on your plate
From the spicy papaya salad with crab to the lamb curry, the exquisite Thai food has Olga Camacho planning to go back for more. Read Article Restaurant review: Pachaylen, Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa in Abu Dhabi
May 14, 2013
Dubai seems to be witnessing a sudden revivalist surge in the promotion of reading, with book cafes popping up across the city. Here's are guide to our four favourites. Read Article Check out Dubai's reading cafes
May 13, 2013
Patrons of the Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Asian eatery Li Jiang come for the food but get a show every night when the chef Miami Wei makes hand-pulled noodles to order. Read Article The noodle master Li Jiang at work in Abu Dhabi's Ritz Carlton
A meal is not just a meal, and a calorie is not just a calorie. It's what's inside that counts. Read Article Food for thought: carbs vs protein
May 12, 2013
A Dubai food and beverage group plans to roll out Giraffe restaurants across the UAE after opening the first branch outside the UK in the emirate.
Read Article Giraffe ready to stand out in the UAE
May 08, 2013
An outpost of the New York culinary institution, Cafe Habana offers a Hispanic touch and a menu full of dishes hearty and irresistible.
Read Article Cuban comfort food at Dubai's Habana
When common sense has failed me, sense of humor has helped. Read Article I make a rookie mistake and end up in hospital
Analysis: Something of a miracle will be needed for the coveted unity and effectiveness of the Syrian opposition to materialise. Clumsy SNC needs to prove it is made of the right stuff
The many medieval towns and villages of Umbria and Tuscany are a joy to visit, especially by bike, finds Rosemary Behan Umbria and Tuscany: Italy's rustic but refined heart
A discussion at Manarat Al Saadiyat will examine the art and photography of European artists travelling 'through the lights and images' of this region, writes Nick Leech
The Orient, expressed in Abu Dhabi
Freshly relegated, no better time for a youth movement than the present, writes Paul Radley. UAE rugby hope the kids are all right
In 1992, Major League Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent initially opposed an effort by a Japanese mogul to purchase the Seattle Mariners. Expect more to come. Global shift in North American sport
The flying car concept took a while to become reality but in America a company is on the verge of offering a version to the public. While the cost may be high, so is confidence that there is a viable market. Terrafugia Transition: flying cars roar into reality
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