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Shop For Your Packed Lunch
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Shop For Your Packed Lunch

Written by Becky Alexander and Michelle Lake. Most of us eat the same things each week for lunch, with cheese and ham sandwiches being the most popular. Not everyone works near a Pret or wants to spend 20 minutes of their break queuing so we have come up with lots […]

The World In My Kitchen Is On Tour
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The World In My Kitchen Is On Tour

The World In My Kitchen by Sally Brown and Kate Morris will be on a digital tour starting from November 25. Every virtual ‘stop’ will give you a sneak peek of the book, with recipes, author spotlight features, interviews and giveaways. The World In My Kitchen is a fantastic book […]

Meet Renee McGregor, our Guest Instagrammer!
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Meet Renee McGregor, our Guest Instagrammer!

Renee McGregor is one of the UK’s top sports nutritionists, advising athletes from amateur to Olympic levels. With years of experience and expertise in sports nutrition, she offers vital and unequalled insight into what you need to fuel your success in your given sport. This week we publish her new […]

Bring Autumn Colour to Your Lunchbox
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Bring Autumn Colour to Your Lunchbox

As the days get colder, sandwiches and summer salads don’t always satisfy us at lunchtime. With a little planning and preparation you can have satisfying and comforting seasonal lunches every day of the week. Pile up your veggies. Workloads often build up during the autumn months, and combined with chillier […]

The Great British Fake Off
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The Great British Fake Off

This article is adapted from Slow Dough by Chris Young. Like the word bread itself, the terms ‘artisan’ and ‘craft’ have no legal definition. This means anyone can call themselves an artisan or craft baker and market their loaves as artisan or craft bread. The production methods used may not […]

Cheese & Apple Scones
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Cheese & Apple Scones

This recipe is extracted from Vegetarian Food for Healthy Kids by Nicola Graimes. Savoury scones/biscuits make a good alternative to the usual sandwich and these have been pimped up with the addition of cheese, apple and linseeds/flaxseeds. Spread them with butter or, to make them more filling, split in half […]

Clean Loaf or Just Clean Label?
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Clean Loaf or Just Clean Label?

This article is adapted from Slow Dough by Chris Young. To meet their need for speed, Big Bakers often lace their dough with so-called ‘processing aids’ and other artificial additives, which help the dough conform to the stresses of the process; to become stretchy enough to rise high and quickly, […]

The Fight For Better Bread
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The Fight For Better Bread

This article is adapted from Slow Dough by Chris Young. Until relatively recently, the future of bread in Britain looked bleak. Following World War II, the number of independent high street bakeries headed into what seemed a permanent decline, with a handful of industrial giants and multiple retailers rising to […]

Pistou
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Pistou

This recipe of pistou from the book Top 100 Low-Carb Recipes by Nicola Graimes is a new take on the traditional soupe au pistou which is a specialty from the south of France, Provence to be exact and eaten in the summer months. Ingredients: 1 tbsp olive oil 1 leek, […]