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Whether you’re looking for something a little quieter, more easy going or just because you don’t fancy going out; you can’t beat a Halloween...

The most frightful night is upon us; a time when many of us don costumes, throw parties and take little ones door to door proclaiming ‘trick or treat’!...

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...

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

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

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...

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...

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...

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and as always we’re here to provide inspiration. You’re always a winner with breakfast in...

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...

This week we’re so pleased to present the layered lentil & sweet potato jars recipe from Saffron Soul by Mira Manek (published by Jacqui Small)....

For a bit of baking over the Christmas holidays, nothing is more traditional than baking a batch of mince pies. Henrietta Inman (@henriettainman), writer...

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

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 (and...

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...

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...

Every family has their Christmas traditions. My dads mince pies were a tradition enjoyed by all. They are the stuff of legends. Every Christmas Eve, my...

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

By Caroline Fleming of Cook Yourself Happy @CarolineFleming The happiest times of a child’s life has to include birthdays and Christmases, and I remember...

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...

Juicing is an effective and efficient way to consume greater quantities of fruit and vegetables and ultimately give our bodies a boost of essential vitamins,...

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...

I love a bit of soup and will happily eat it most of the year but I especially love a hot bowl of soup on the colder days of autumn and winter. I’ve...