Latest articles in theme 'In the Kitchen'
What is the Definition of American cuisine?
Having been back to the USA recently, I was left wondering…what is the quintessential American food? This is one question which can elicit varied responses but never result in any consensus.
Health Benefits of Drinking Fruit Juices and Smoothies
Although we all know it’s a good idea to eat fresh fruits, we can also benefit from drinking fruit juices and smoothies.There are a growing number of people who are becoming more health conscious these days.
The European eating habits the UK could learn from
We’re all guilty of picking up a banana on the way out of the house in the morning, eating our measly sandwich at our desks at lunch – To see just how wrong we’ve got it, recipe box provider Gousto has been comparing our eating habits in the UK with those in Europe.
Win some Ben and Holly magic jelly from Naturelly
My children love jelly. Do yours? They also love the little yogurt pouches you can get. I like them to as they are super practical, easy and clean to use and great for lunchboxes or a quick snack after school. Now you can win some!
Grab Your Fork – The Best Guilty Pleasure Food Is Here
Although it’s much better to eat healthy foods, you might find yourself indulging in a few guilty pleasure foods occasionally.Guilty pleasure foods aren’t always ‘bad’ though, here are some guilty pleasure foods that are actually good for your health.
Do you #LoveFreshCherries ?
For as long as I can remember I have loved cherries. The only disappointment is always that cherry season never seems to last long enough. British cherry season runs from June through to September. It’s British cherry season now though – the perfect time to enjoy this delicious fruit!
Mixing up the #NationsFavourites with chicken sausages, plus your chance to win a £25 Tesco voucher
What are the nation’s favourite dishes do you think? Read on to find out and also how you can adapt some of these with chicken sausages.
Have you thought about freeze dried foods?
Freeze dried foods are so handy I think. If you have a stash in the cupboards you’ll never run out of fruit for example. How many times have you gone to grab and apple or get the strawberries from the fridge and they are no longer edible?