Home Tom Parker-Bowles Tom Parker-Bowles Tom Parker-Bowles is food writer, critic and regular contributor to Country Life. Follow Tom Parker-Bowles Contact via Twitter Tom Parker Bowles, extols the virtues of offal. Pictured at Claridges Hotel, London. Credit: Simon Buck/Country Life Why you shouldn’t fear eating offal — it's food 'to soothe, comfort and delight' Sustainable eating means cutting waste — and that means using the whole animal. Yet it’s nothing that should make you feel squeamish, says Tom Parker-Bowles. Credit: Alamy Stock Photo Tom Parker-Bowles: Why a well-stocked larder is a very splendid thing, and the building block for 1,000 dishes A well-stocked store cupboard is an essential of British life in the 21st century, says Tom Parker-Bowles as he reveals the various bits and bobs in his own kitchen. Credit: Graham Day / Getty In praise of the great British sausage – and five of the best bangers you can buy Few foods are equally at home on the tables of royalty as they are at the local greasy spoon, but the sausage is one of them. Tom Parker-Bowles waxes lyrical about our brilliant British bangers.