The Mayor of Rotherham will attend an event to mark the first anniversary of the re-opening of Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food later today.
It was originally opened back in 2008 to help teach people in the town how to cook for themselves. The town's council initially closed the project down over concerns about the safety of the building it was operating from.
There are 15,000 curry houses in Britain and Yorkshire is arguably home to some of the best. But some restaurant owners say the industry is in crisis. An immigration cap means some are struggling for staff. So a conference has been held for leading industry members to swap ideas and get advice. Robert Murphy reports.
TV chef Gino D'Acampo will be in Sheffield today.
The former I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here king of the jungle will be signing copies of his latest book at Meadowhall.
Food foraging is becoming more and more popular in the UK with those in the know taking a countryside stroll and coming home laden with ingredients.
As well as saving money it can also mean unique flavours.
Hannah Stokes has been to a cookery school, to discover the secrets of the English landscape.
Images released by Bradford Council show the conditions found in some of the city's takeaways given a food hygiene rating of zero.
Bradford East MP, David Ward, has been calling for mandatory legislation calling for all food outlets to clearly display their hygiene rating.
Bradford East MP, David Ward, is calling for the mandatory display of food hygiene ratings, after 27 food venues in the city were found with a rating of zero:
Bradford East MP, David Ward, is campaigning for all takeaways, restaurants and cafes to be forced to display their food hygiene scores on their front doors.
The Lib-Dem MP has tabled a Parliamentary Motion calling for a mandatory "scores on the doors" scheme.
He launched his campaign after new figures revealed 27 food premises in Bradford had received the lowest zero ratings after recent hygiene inspections.
Soggy semolina, meat pie and cold veg - just some of the delights remembered from school dinners.
But a competition held today in Doncaster has proved that poor quality school meals are a thing of the past.
Yorkshire's School Chef of the Year has been announced, and two 11 year old Doncaster pupils, proved to be more difficult than Simon Cowell to impress.
Victoria Whittam reports:
Katherine Breckon, winner of Yorkshire's best school chef says healthy eating is of paramount importance to kids:
The best school chef in Yorkshire has been announced following a competition in Doncaster.
Katherine Breckon's menu of Sesame Seed Turkey Bites was judged the best by industry professionals and two 11 year old pupils from Kirk Sandall Junior School.
The competition aims to promote the importance high quality school meals play in the health of the next generation.
The winner will go on to compete in the national final at the end of May.