If you’ve recently headed to university for your first year, chances are that you’ll have had a couple of weeks to settle into being away from home and to enjoy the fun and frivolity of Freshers’ Week wherever you are.
Now that autumn has officially set in, it’s time to reap this year’s plentiful berry harvest and get baking some warming treats.Read More»
Nigella Lawson has been reminding people that home cooking doesn’t have to look pretty to taste good.Read More»
If you want to improve on your cooking skills then it may be a good idea to invest in some good quality kitchen cookware to set you off on the right foot, but otherwise, we’re sure you’re likely to look to the internet for inspiration. One of the sources of the most interesting and informed conversations on the web is Reddit, so we loved these brilliant cooking tips from the site curated by Breaking News.Read More»
Sashimi is the perfect use for Kai Japanese kitchen knives, as the dish of raw cut fish requires the sharpest blades for its precise nature. Of course, most fish is perfectly fine to eat raw (or with minimal cooking) much in the same way that beef steaks can be.Read More»
According to the latest report from the Food and Drink Federation, sales of British salmon are on the rise, with exports of this particularly tasty fish climbing by more than 53 per cent in the first six months of the year.Read More»
This week (August 29th) saw the return of one of the most-loved TV shows in recent times… The Great British Bake Off. Of course, its comeback this year has been somewhat controversial since it was dropped by the BBC and picked up by Channel 4 – which left many diehard fans wondering whether the series would stay the same or if the new producers would be keen to make their mark on it.
Every fridge is different – whether it has just been restocked or is full of leftovers in food storage containers UK, it’s sometimes hard to remember exactly what we’ve got in for our next meal. This can mean that items go off before they’re used, or duplicates are bought when you don’t need them, all contributing to a culture of food waste .