It’s hard to focus on eating well when the most exciting part of your day is moving from your couch to your fridge. And it’s even harder to stay active when you’re cooped up in a small space for long periods of time. Here are our top three ways of staying healthy during lockdown.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. You either love the romance, gifting and chocolates, or you absolutely despise the day. One thing’s for sure, no matter how you feel, there’s bound to be food involved! While you may not be the lovey-dovey type, there are still plenty of date ideas and all they take is some fresh ingredients and some time in the kitchen!
There’s nothing more exciting than the moment you and a loved one get to pull apart Christmas crackers and discover all the fun goodies inside! But why buy store crackers, which only give you a few sweets and a toy, when you can create your own custom DIY Christmas crackers filled with all your favourites?
You can’t go wrong with a classic chicken pie, and we’re making sure it’s extra delicious by teaching you to make a classic white sauce (or a roux) from scratch!
Get your heat-proof, sterilised jars at the ready because today we’re teaching you to make jam with any fruit right at home. What’s your favourite flavour?
If you’re like us, you’ve definitely thought about cornering off a small section of the garden and planting some of your favourite veggies and herbs to use for home-cooking. But maybe you just don’t have the time, or aren’t sure where to start. Well, it definitely doesn’t have to be difficult if you have the know-how and stick to efficient and simple plants.
Shopping for olive oil can be a lot of fun and a great adventure. Here are six simple steps for helping you find real extra virgin olive oil.
Of the many health trends we’ve seen this year, a big one has been the move towards organic eating and methods of living that promote sustainability and a healthy environment. While this is a great option, it’s no easy (or cheap) task. If you’re looking to go greener with your foods, try some of these tips and check out your local farmer’s markets for fresh produce and inspiration.
Cooking baby marrow can be quite a tricky process because over 95% of it is made up of water, which means that it can easily go mushy. We’re sharing three of the best ways to cook baby marrow noodles, plus some tips so you’ll never have soggy noodles again.
Let’s face it, we don’t go in for fine dining super often, but there’s nothing wrong with learning a little bit of dinner table etiquette for special occasions right?