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This February we found out that: – You can cook up a gourmet dish from your freezer in no time at all using surprising finds like crab claws – We can waste less food by using frozen herbs like chilli, coriander and garlic – Cooking with onions doesn’t necessarily mean tears – keep a bag…

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Comfort food. Everyone has a special dish that transports them back to a certain time or place. The smell of your Gran’s best sticky toffee pud baking in the oven, the salty, crispy crunch of your favourite pub’s fish and chips, or the creamy, decadent delight of that first bite of mac n’ cheese –…

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Cono Sur Wines have a great affinity with the bicycle, in fact their vineyard workers travel around the estate on environmentally friendly bikes and they even have a range of wines called Bicicleta, so it makes for a perfect partnership to become an official supporter of The Grand Départ of the world’s most iconic Cycling…

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A couple of weeks ago Damian Whitworth wrote an article in The Times about Hugh Fearnley–Whittingstall’s view on cooking with fruits. Immediately grabbing my attention, Whitworth wrote that the renowned chef admitted that he struggled to eat the bruised part of bananas and has to cut sections out or throw them away completely; something that I…

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It’s that time of year again when music festivals are in full swing and aerial shots of tents are a regular feature in the press. Festivals have grown from mere gatherings to enormous events, sold out months in advance.  They attract crowds so keen on joining the fun that people have devised all kinds of…

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I’m a self-confessed obsessive over Asian culture -specifically that of Japan, South Korea and China. The colourful, vibrant hub of modernity has brought to the UK a million popular innovations, influences and ideas. And what is ever growing is the taste for Asian food. So what do you do when, like me, you grow bored…

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