Sweet, spicy and super fresh, homemade pineapple salsa is a sure-fire crowd pleaser. Serve it with grilled fish or meat, or alongside quesadillas; spoon it into tacos or eat it as a starter with homemade tortilla chips for dipping.
There are so many wonderful ways to make fruit and veg exciting for kids, even if they already love it. In this feature, Laleh Mohmedi from Jacob’s Food Diaries shares her approach…
In this second part of Daniel’s article on ethical shopping, he explains what to look out for when buying animal products and how to stay smart when you do your weekly shop.
We’re increasingly hearing the words “sustainable”, “ethical” and “higher-welfare” being used to talk about the food we buy. We’re also hearing that it’s better to eat local, seasonal food, and that we should watch out for food miles. But what does all of this actually mean, and how are we supposed to know what’s best to buy?
Just like so many other vitamins and minerals, a daily balance of omega fatty acids is necessary to keep us in tip-top health. Our bodies can’t make these fatty acids, so it’s down to us to help ourselves by including omega-rich foods in our diets.
To celebrate the amazing pavlova, as well as Australia Day, we’ve knocked up some knock-out personal pavs with delicious topping ideas.
With their dusky-pink flesh hiding ruby-red jewels inside, pomegranates provide a welcome burst of colour in the midst of gloomy winter days.
Most of us are now aware of which foods we should and shouldn’t be consuming on a regular basis, but it’s how much we eat, as well as what we eat, that can have just as big an impact on our long-term health.
We look back on some of the super foods that Jamie has brought to our attention over the last few weeks. From eggs and beans to wholegrains and nuts, we recap the essential super foods and what makes them so super.
The Western world wastes three times the amount of food needed to feed the planet’s hungriest people. From our farms to our supermarkets, tonnes of perfectly edible food ends up in landfill, while statistics suggest that the average family in the UK throws away £700 worth of food a year – that’s £12 billion nationwide.