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5 medicinal plants you should be growing in your back garden

5 medicinal plants you should be growing in your back garden

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FollowThere are many plants offering health benefits that can be easily grown in your back garden. From chewing leaves of the feverfew plant to ease a migraine to adding lemon balm to your tea to relieve anxiety — here are five medicinal plants you can […]

Stews & Casseroles Cooking Class

Stews & Casseroles Cooking Class

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FollowWhat a fun way to start the New Year; Khushi’s and mine first ever cooking class together! Perfect time of the year to cook hearty, nourishing and comforting Stews & Casseroles at The Cookery School, Little Portland Street. Before we got into cooking, we were […]

Ginger Cinnamon Bliss Balls for Christmas

Ginger Cinnamon Bliss Balls for Christmas

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Follow Serves: 5 (Vegan, Gluten-Free) Preparation time: 25 minutes Cooking time: 25 minutes Although the origins of these delicious snacks are unclear, it’s pretty easy to understand where bliss balls get their name. One bite into these chewy, delicious, and nutritious snack, and it’s nearly […]

Christmas Food Guide for Foodies

Christmas Food Guide for Foodies

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FollowWhether you’re spending loose change or blowing the budget, Passion for Food’s Christmas gift guide will help you find the perfect Christmas present for your favourite foodie. Hoogly Vanilla Chai Bold and fiery chai spices are perfectly tempered by smooth vanilla in this well-crafted combination. […]

PUMPKIN AND CHILLI SOUP

PUMPKIN AND CHILLI SOUP

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Follow Serves 4 Utensils required: Chopping knife, chopping board, roasting tin, large saucepan, wooden spoon, measuring jug, liquidiser. Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 45 minutes Ingredients: 1small to medium pumpkin 2 tablespoons olive or cold pressed rapeseed oil 1 large Spanish onion, chopped 2 […]

Grilled Baby Veggies with Arugula-Mint Pesto Sauce

Grilled Baby Veggies with Arugula-Mint Pesto Sauce

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Follow An arugula, mint, and lime marinade adds bright flavor to this array of colorful baby veggies. Serve them with the remaining sauce for dipping, and they’ll be gone in a flash. Ingredients 1cup lightly packed arugula 1/2cup lightly packed fresh mint leaves 1/2cup olive […]

GET READY FOR SUMMER…WITH SUPER TASTY, IMMUNE BOOSTING, NUTRIENT RICH GOATS’ YOGURT

GET READY FOR SUMMER…WITH SUPER TASTY, IMMUNE BOOSTING, NUTRIENT RICH GOATS’ YOGURT

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FollowGet your BBQs ready and start wishing for some balmy summer weather – it’s time to eat al fresco! Bored with the same old burgers and bangers, quiches and salads?  Fed up with the bloat and find recipes which use cows’ milk or yogurt hard […]

National Picnic Week

National Picnic Week

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FollowNational Picnic Week takes place this June across the UK, so grab your blankets and baskets out of the cupboards and get out to great outdoors for a good old fashioned picnic. National Picnic Week aims to encourage people to take the ideal opportunity to […]

British Tomato Week

British Tomato Week

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FollowBritish Tomato week runs from 22 – 28 May so look out for organic British tomatoes in your local store, and even though British Tomato Week officially comes to an end of 28 May, do continue to buy delicious British crops all year round! RELATED: HOW […]

Start an Organic Vegetable Garden

Start an Organic Vegetable Garden

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Follow Organic vegetable gardening is becoming more popular with each     passing year, as home gardeners strive to grow gardens that are bountiful, healthy, and ecologically friendly. Starting an organic vegetable garden is fairly straightforward; here’s what you need to know to get started.   Choosing […]