Today is International Coffee Day. No, it isn’t our attempt at bribing our bosses out of a new coffee machine or daily trips to Costa or Starbucks, but hey we wouldn’t say no to that! Coffee has a long, illustrious history of being the go to drink for Brits for generations. I imagine coffee is what heaven smells […]

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Pretty soon we’re going to be leaving the house when it’s dark and coming home when it’s dark. Cooking lavish meals when it’s so depressingly dark outside can take time and effort that some of us don’t have during this time of year. My answer to this is simple, delicious one pot meals that can sometimes […]

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Chilli peppers are enjoyed worldwide to add spice and flavour to your food. There are many different varieties that vary in spiciness and taste. As a general guide, the smaller the pepper, the spicier it will be. The world’s most fiery chilli peppers are all less than 3 inches long. It is the capsaicin in […]

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We all keep certain foods in our refrigerator or American style fridge freezer to keep them fresher and help them to last for longer. But did you know that incorrectly storing your foods in the fridge can shorten their shelf-life and even cause food poisoning? In order to prevent this it’s worth considering how best to […]

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Someone told us today was White Chocolate Day. Not that we need an excuse to eat chocolate, but we did need some inspiration on how we could have it for every meal, because really, why not?! White chocolate is the sweeter, creamier, lighter cousin of milk chocolate. Ok, so it may be an opinion that it’s […]

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Raise a glass of homemade punch to celebrate Punch Day! Introduced to the British via India, punch quickly became a well loved drink and spread further afield as time went on. Whether you’re making Sangria or kids fruit punch, nothing beats fresh, ice cold punch. So we went in search and we’ve scoured the internet […]

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Have you ever felt like that chocolate bar you loved as a child seems smaller? Perhaps this question has caused discussion and speculation between friends and family, like whether or not chocolate should be kept in the fridge or not, or if Galaxy chocolate is nicer than Cadbury chocolate. Some say you were smaller as […]

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Courgettes are currently in season. You know how we like to make the most of when fruits and vegetables are in season by cooking them a variety of ways and sharing how you can freeze them for later in the year when they are more expensive. Courgettes have been around donkey’s years, but they’ve become popular […]

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