Latest articles in theme 'In the Kitchen'
Hectic weekday nights: how to feed the tribe
The weekdays are characterised by lots of dashing about, a ton of activities, work, homework, racing here and there and generally a splash of madness.
Watching your savings grow: Iceland Bonus Card and Christmas saving
Christmas is coming and now if you grab an Iceland Bonus Card you can earn extra money towards that expensive Christmas food shop.
A new way to eat your ‘greens’ that’s berry easy
Do you struggle to eat your greens? Here is an alternative way to do just that. Have you heard of the Nergi Berry? Think mini kiwi without the skin!
Building a healthy back to school lunchbox with ALDI
Do your children take a packed lunch? Are you stuck for ideas already? How do you keep the lunch choices healthy? Here’s what happens in our house.
Trust theTractor: Honey Chicken
This week has been Red Tractor Week. Red Tractor was established in 2000 and has grown to become the UK’s biggest farm and food standards scheme, covering all of animal welfare,…
Including red meat in family meals
Red meat causes huge controversy in terms of its impact on our health – but, by not including it in our diets, our children miss out on vital nutrients.
5 Tips for Hosting the Perfect BBQ this Summer
There are many great things about the British Summer, but one of the best has to be enjoying time with family and friends by hosting a big old BBQ.
‘Baby food’ for bigger kids
Feeding children is utterly satisfying or completely soul destroying. When things are hard work it can help to entice them with different types of food.