While the packaging says "12", small print lets you know it's only a dozen if you cut them up yourself.
A major UK retailer has announced plans to sell food past its "best before" date to reduce waste. Here are some tips for preventing perfectly edible food ending up in the bin.
Toad in the hole is a baked British dish made of pastry and sausages - but Americans insist it is something else entirely.
On 1 December 1887, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle published his first Sherlock Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet, which lays the grounds for many adventures to come.
The new Fifty Shades of Grey book - Darker- promises to be more intense than the last. We decided to put it to the test by finding the raunchiest lines.
A popular chicken nugget dipping sauce has managed to make a comeback in Australia following an online petition.
Zizzi allegedly has a policy in which they can make waiters pay for a number of mistakes, such as incorrect change and customers leaving without paying.
A new book, Masters of Landscape Photography, looks at 16 leading exponents of the genre, each with their own unique take on how, where and why to capture landscapes.
On 28 November 1717, Blackbeard captured a slave vessel from French merchant and made it his flagship, renaming it Queen Anne's Revenge.
His wife was pregnant at the time of their wedding ceremony, she was older, he was a minor: Shakespeare's marriage was scandalous for his era, but would raise few eyebrows today.
The companies said deal was unanimously approved by their boards and will close early next year.
Expert tasters at The World Cheese Awards 2017 have revealed Spain's best cheese. A cheese from Cornwall received first place.
A study linked an impressive 17% reduced chance of dying to the popular hot drink. What's more, it has a host of additional health benefits.
Laura Ko's social media account Loko Kitchen is taking Instagram by storm with her culinary creations.
France consumers have been warned of a foie gras shortage ahead of Christmas, which means prices will rocket. The French are only just coming out of a butter crisis.
A colour drawing by legendary Belgian cartoonist Herge depicting Tintin and his dog Snowy, has sold for more than half a million euros.
After a school banned glitter for the sake of the environment, we wondered where it originated from?
A painting of Christ believed to be by Leonardo da Vinci has sold for $450m in New York. In the past, pieces by artists including Picasso have also been bought by private buyers.
The Facebook group has 33,200 members and is still growing. A white bread ham sandwich isn't the best way to win them over, though...
Photographers around the world are invited to submit their work in any or all of four categories: Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater and Aerial.