For many people, swapping meat for fish on Good Friday is part of the Easter tradition. If you’re one of them, we’ve got lots of ideas to help you make a delicious dinner, no matter what kind of fish you’re after – be it smoked, baked or grilled; salmon, cod or sole. Enjoy!
Taking time out to have a nutritious lunch, especially during a busy working day, is super-important. It helps to keep our energy levels up, keeping us focused and helping us get the most out of the rest of the day.
Christmastime often gets quite a roasting from a nutrition perspective. It’s not the easiest time to embrace healthier foods, especially when you see all the tempting comforting food marketed and advertised throughout the season.
Lovely, healthy fish is a fantastic source of protein, typically low in fat, and can will provide many different vitamins and minerals.
Toppings are what make pancakes really exciting, so we’ve come up with four simple but delicious pancake toppings to make this the best Pancake Day ever.
Ceviche, home-smoked, cured, tartare (to name a few) make this fish come alive, but is it a good choice for the big meal?
Christmas is a torrid time for the humble fishmonger, so your sudden urge to have a wild sea bass or brill for the big meal may not be easy.
We meet the Swedish chef at the Nordic festival in Camden, London, to discuss his role in the global focus on new Nordic food.
Whether it’s tasty little smoked morsels on blinis as canapés or a magnificent fresh side on a platter, salmon and parties go hand in hand.