Hard to believe as it is, not everybody likes turkey, or needs such a large bird. So what are the alternatives?
We’ve all seen the headlines stating that we should reduce the amount of red and processed meat we include in our diet, but why is this and how much should we actually be consuming?
To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Marguerite Patten’s birth, Jamie shares his memories of Britain’s much-loved food writer, TV presenter and national treasure.
Every month has much to recommend it, even November, although I can’t imagine many people would declare it their favourite.
Eating healthy needn’t be a chore and we’ve made meal planning all that bit easier with our top 10 healthy cookbooks that we’re currently loving. Investing in one of these recipe books will help guide you into cooking and eating a healthier, happier you.
Something has been rumbling on behind closed doors, with the potential to seriously harm standards of farming and food production across Britain and Europe. Most people remain unaware of the risks and have not been given the chance to vote on the proposal. It’s called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP for short.
Halloween is a great excuse to go mad in the kitchen. But not in the crazed horror-film sense; more in the natural food-colourings and heart-warming treats sense.
These scary, edible decorations will make any Halloween Party table gorgeously ghoulish and they’re an alternative healthier trick-or-treat idea for kids and big kids alike! The best news? They’re also really tasty, easy to assemble, and require no cooking at all.
Eating out can be a fantastic experience for kids. They get the opportunity to build their social skills, practice table manners and experience new tastes all at the same time.
As we approach the end of October, we’re one step closer to all things bats, ghouls, ghosts and pumpkins. All Hallow’s eve is soon upon us, and so we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to carving the mighty pumpkin.