Now that our yearly hibernation period has come to an end, it is time to say goodbye to warming beef stew and pies, and say hello to fruit for dessert and salad for a lunchtime snack. It’s no secret that healthy food isn’t as fun to eat as the unhealthy stuff. Most of us would much rather be chowing down on a pizza instead of crunching your way through a carrot. So how do we make healthy food fun and exciting? It might seem like a job reserved for professional caterers like these, but in fact, you can make some healthier meals at home which will not only satisfy your cravings, but will become family favourites. Don’t believe us? Try these recipes…
Christmas is a fab time of year, isn’t it? I don’t know about you but I love preparing for the Big Day. Wrapping presents, drinking hot chocolate, writing my cards while watching Christmas films. If you’re hosting a big gathering, it might be worth knowing what the nation’s favourite festive flavours are.
I love cheese and it would appear that I’m not alone in my cheese-loving ways. It was recently discovered that cheese is our number 1 favourite thing to eat at Christmas. Virginia Hayward have recently discovered that out of everything, and not just any cheese, but the ultimate British favourite, cheddar cheese. Clearly, we all have good taste!
You may be sick and tired of people telling you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it is kind of vital. Do you know why? It’s because breakfast is our first intake of calories and nutrients after a long fast during sleep. That means our body needs fuel to get going and breakfast it what provides it. However, you may come across a problem with this if your you don’t really like breakfast or are just getting bored of the same old dishes. That is why below you will find some exciting breakfast suggestions that will get your taste buds watering and your energy level up for the rest of the day.
I’ve always absolutely loved cooking, from a young age it has always been a passion of mine. I love trying new things and pretty much like all kinds of food, I’m not fussy at all. Except onions in quiche, I feel that is the only thing I can think of that I wouldn’t want to eat. However, during the week I tend to make the same two/three meals over and over again, I know, very boring….