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Summer certainly feels like a more sociable time of year. If you’re planning on hosting a party, BBQ or simply have friends over for dinner during the...

So you want to cut out the ready meals – great! All the ready and processed food is doing more damage to our bodies than it is helping us feel like...

You know you’re getting older when you start to get excited about things for your home. But, maybe you’ve just bought your first home or moved in with...

By Caroline Fleming of Cook Yourself Happy @CarolineFleming Rød Gløgg – Red mulled wine I believe in ‘any excuse’ for a glass of mulled wine,...

If you’re looking to bake your own cookies for Santa this year, this gingerbread recipe is easy to do, a great way to get the kids involved...

Kelli Coxhead from the Wine Shop in Winscombe talks to us about selecting the wine for your Christmas Day with a number of suggestions for the best accompaniments....

The build up to the big day is absolute madness; with decorations, shopping, pantomimes, plays, fairs, markets, parties and cooking it all feels a little...

Like everyone else, I have a manic lifestyle. I juggle two jobs, a large group of friends and an equally large family. It makes it difficult to fit it...

In the latest recipe from The Aubergine Cookbook (by Heather Thomas), we share the delicious aubergine fritters. Served with a salad, these would make...

This month we’re trialing a number of recipes from the interesting new cookbook by Helen Thomas; The Aubergine Cookbook– look out for our review...

When the opportunity arose to have a private dining experience with La Belle Assiette in my home, admittedly, I was a little apprehensive. My home is very...

If you were planning on having friends/the family over for a bank holiday BBQ, don’t let the threat of bad weather ruin your intentions. Arm yourself...

Who says that vegans are restricted? Vegans can eat sweet treats two and, quite literally, the proof is in the pudding. We’re delighted to share...

We had a chat with the Bailey’s team and managed to get a copy of their hot chocolate recipe. I find Bailey’s incredibly warming and teamed...

If you thought sherry was just a tipple for Grandma at Christmas then drink again. Sherry is versatile from an aperitif to a scrumptiously sweet dessert....

This Sunday is stir up sunday. The final sunday before advent begins. The day we traditionally prepare the pudding for Christmas. I’ll be in my kitchen...

The convenience factor impacts on every decision we make, especially when it comes to making food and cooking dinner. If there is an opportunity to cut...

This creamy pasta dish is satisfyingly simple to make… and eat, making it a perfect weeknight dish.  It’s a great supper for two, or you can double...

With the summer sun not showing much of it’s face at the moment, we’re unashamedly tucking into more and more warming dishes. But with something...

We hope you enjoyed our review of The Ivy’s Shepherd’s pie, a recipe found in London The Cookbook by Cara Frost-Sharratt. As luck would have...

Who doesn’t love flowers? They smell wonderful, as gifts they can make your day, at celebrations they’re a prominent feature, they transform...

For our final beetroot recipe, we thought we’d showcase this salmon, beetroot, mint and walnut raita as an alternative to the many beetroot salad...

An easy to make, delicious combination of fruit, nuts and chocolate. Featuring our fruit of the month, pear. Best served as individual desserts. Preparation...

Healthy eating is tough in the Winter when it’s so cold outside and all we are equipped with is cold salads that just don’t seem appetising....