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Ingredients: Olive oil spray 1 onion, roughly chopped 1 large carrot, diced 1 tsp fennel seeds, roughly crushed 400g can Waitrose Chopped Tomatoes with...

Stew….. get in my belly! Jack Frost has come early this year and when the weather is like this, only one thing will do. Beef stew and dumplings. We...

A couple of weeks ago we put the 30- day workout to the test to see whether you could, in 30 days see changes to your body. As we all know, diet and exercise...

It’s always good to experiment with food. But when cooking with something relatively new, it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s how we...

We’ve created this super handy cooking/baking conversion guide for you, our lovely readers. It includes the various oven temperatures; weight into...

The latest vegetarian recipe from The Aubergine Cookbook (by Helen Thomas) we’ve hand-picked for you is the tofu and aubergine stir-fry. Ready in...

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...

A recipe that is a must-add to your repertoire. ​This Asian-flared recipe is colourful, flavourful and filling. What’s more, it’s so simple...

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...

Wild garlic is in season, an ingredient loved by nutritionists, chefs and generally by anyone who loves food. This bountiful plant, also a relative to...

Mum’s shouldn’t have to cook on their special day so if you’ve not booked a table, made other arrangements or don’t find yourself...

Promotional Feature for Funky Giraffe Fussy eating is perfectly normal, but it can be difficult to deal with from a parental point of view. Whether it’s...

Feeling a little fed up with Turkey but looking for something equally festive and warming? This recipe, shared by Jo Pratt (@cookwithjopratt) and featured...

When it comes to Christmas dinner, the turkey is seen as the pièce de résistance; the main event. But as long as you follow instructions for defrosting...

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...

Who doesn’t love a stir fry? For starters it’s one of the only dishes you can truly throw in any combination of foods and it’ll taste...

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...

For our final celery recipe of the month, we’ve selected this flavourful salmon dish that is packed full of natural, healthy ingredients that the...

Spaghetti bolognese is a great recipe to play around with- there isn’t just one way of making it. If you’re looking to increase your protein...

Now this is an Autumn recipe; The combination of spicy and sweet, wholesome, hearty and warming. It’s also pretty easy to make (the effort is in...

As the leaves crisp up and fall from the trees, so do the apples. Another great thing about Autumn. And they come in so many different variations to suit...

It may be regarded as rabbit food but not only is celery low in calories and aid in daily water requirements but it is as good as delivering us potassium...