If you are making dinner for two (or toasting the single life!) why not rustle up a sophisticated tipple to celebrate Valentine’s Day in style?
A balanced smoothie is a great breakfast option, so why not kick off your mornings with these winning recipes?
This eggnog recipe is incredibly special. It’s super flavourful and doesn’t just taste like sweet milk, and the holidays just aren’t the holidays without it.
In his latest series, Jamie’s Super Food, Jamie is in Sardinia, visiting a winemaking family’s vineyard and investigating the health claims linked to their local speciality.
A pan of warming, spiced mulled wine (also called Gluhwein) is dead simple to make – it’s the taste of Christmas in a glass. The classic recipe is a celebration of traditional festive spices, like cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.
The wonderful word of herbal teas can seem a bit daunting if you’re new to it and don’t know where to start. So we asked Becky Sheeran to give the lowdown on some of the more common varieties to help you tell your rooibos from your hibiscus.
See – that was easy! And here are lots more helpful tips on staying hydrated, some from me and some from our lovely social community. My top tip, as ridiculously obvious as it sounds, is to put water in front of you! Whether it’s a glass at your desk, a jug on the kitchen table, Read the full article…
Featuring the often misunderstood tequila, the classic margarita cocktail is the perfect drink to enjoy on a hot summer’s day, or sip ahead of a barbecue.
Depending on where in the UK you live, the elderflower season runs from late May to early July. The parent plant, elder, or ‘Sambucus nigra’ is common everywhere except the far north of Scotland, frequenting hedgerows, waste ground and woodland fringes.
It would seem that the UK is no longer a nation of tea drinkers. According to reports, coffee imports have risen by 75% since 1996, while tea imports have only increased by 25%. Maybe it’s got something to do with the dazzling array of different coffee drinks on offer…