2013 trends: Anne Shooter predicts the bizarre food coming our way

Ugh! Look what's for dinner in 2013! From cuttlefish and chips to bacon chocolate, the Mail's food writer predicts the bizarre food trends coming our way | UPDATED: 10:44 GMT, 29 December 2012 Fancy some Korean fermented cabbage Or how about oxcheek doughnuts It’s not only clothes that have trends — food is just as susceptible to the fickle world of fashion. Here, Daily Mail food writer ANNE SHOOTER gives her predictions for the hottest foods of 2013…  Bon appetit! Anne Shooter has predicted what foods are going to hit the big time in 2013 Have a haute dog Gourmet: Hot dogs are going up in the world thanks to steak restaurant Hawksmoor and Bubbledogs in London Remember a few years ago when posh burger bars were popping up everywhere Well, now it’s the turn of the humble hot dog to go gourmet

More than 65,000 sign petition to deport Piers Morgan over "hostile" gun control views

More than 65,000 sign petition to deport Piers Morgan over 'hostile' gun control viewsBritish CNN host has taken aggressive stand for tighter U.S. gun laws after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacrePetition claims he has engaged in hostile attack against U.S

Men in tights: "Meggings" set to be the latest fashion must-have for conscious boys

Men in tights: 'Meggings' set to be the latest must-have for fashion conscious boys | UPDATED: 02:07 GMT, 10 December 2012 The sight of a man in tights, in modern times at least, conjurs up thoughts of the ballet, or perhaps a production of Robin Hood and his Merry Men. That could all change in 2013, however, if claims about the latest trends in men’s fashion prove accurate.

Furby: Tesco accused of exploitation after raising price of must-have toy this Christmas

'Cynical' Tesco accused of exploitation after raising price of must-have Furby by 6 Price of a Furby at is now 54.97 (was 48.99) at TescoThe toy is in huge demand with many stores running out of stock Tesco refused to explain the price rise Toys R Us's price has also fluctuated | UPDATED: 01:03 GMT, 9 December 2012 Tesco has been accused of exploitation after raising the price of a must-have Christmas toy, the Furby, by nearly 6.