sardines-News-story
sardines-News-story

By Georgie Socratous Many of us know that the essential fatty acids and omega 3 found in oily fish are a key part of a well-balanced diet. It’s just really convenient that they are also absolutely delicious! Tuna and mackerel are popular and versatile cupboard mates, but what about the humble sardine? And I’m thinking Read the full article…

rhubarb-News-story
rhubarb-News-story

By Georgie Socratous Rhubarb is a wonderful, wonderful thing. Its brilliant colour and sharp, utterly unique flavour are what I look forward to the most in February. It’s a sign of the return of spring – of crisp blue skies, new produce and greedy Sunday lunches. But forced rhubarb is even more exciting than any of Read the full article…

horse-meat-News-story
horse-meat-News-story

In mid-January it was found that four major UK supermarkets have been stacking their shelves with beef burgers and other beef products contaminated with horse and pig DNA. By buying “value” products I think people enter a gentleman’s understanding with these supermarkets that things may not be exactly as they seem. However, discovering that some Read the full article…

COOKING-WITH-KIDS-DECEMBER
COOKING-WITH-KIDS-DECEMBER

So far we’ve skipped the topic of breakfasts, which is bad because it really is the most important meal of the day and vital for setting up kids for school. There’s loads of things you can have for breakfast but a lot of shop-bought stuff is packed with sugar, which won’t keep children going all day and Read the full article…