March 10 2014 Latest news:
Yesterday marked the celebration of World Book Day, where authors and schools around the world worked together to promote the importance of reading - and home-made fancy dress.
It’s time to celebrate a British institution with 50 fantastic facts about chips (and one truly bizarre fact about crisps). STACIA BRIGGS says chip, chip, chip hooray for British Chip Week, which starts today.
Along with the midnight toast and the Times Square countdown, New Year’s resolutions are annual traditions that mark the changing of the year. But for many who have resolved to lead a healthier life in 2014, these intentions are only doomed to failure without a proper strategy in place.
Nothing says family reunion better than Christmas dinner and unfortunately, it can be difficult to please everyone’s taste buds. Fortunately for you, our Great British chefs have come together to create ten delicious recipes that are guaranteed to put an end any squabbling this year.
Whether you’re having a vegetarian Christmas or simply require a vegetarian recipe for a guest, we have three recipes that are so delicious that even meat eaters will be satisfied!
With Christmas day looming on us all, the last thing we need is complicated, time-consuming recipes to stress us even further. Instead, we need to decorate the days in the run-up to Christmas with some stunning, but simple, party foods like the recipes below.
It’s the festive foodie’s paradise - locally produced fare with a seasonal theme set against the stunning backdrop of Creake Abbey.
With December looming and the festivities greeting us, the Great British Chefs have conjured up three magnificent recipes that’ll be sure to tantalise your taste buds.
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Lord Sugar has told his 3.3 million Twitter followers about his sadness at the number of squashed toads in Great Massingham.