11th April 2014 by Denise Phillips
For many Jews this time of the year is one of the busiest. Monday 14 April is the first night of Passover, the celebration of the Israelites’ Exodus out of Egypt from exile and slavery to freedom. In their hurry to leave they could not wait for their bread to rise. To remember this, for eight days we eat no regular bread but have Matzo, unleavened bread like crackers.
8th April 2014 by Celia Lacy
From cute cupcakes to post-roast puds, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favourite Easter treat recipes to help keep everyone happy over the long weekend.
1st April 2014 by Alaina Wong
With rising temperatures and lighter days comes a fresh wave of colourful seasonal produce to include in your cooking, from versatile, refreshing cucumber to nutty, filling celeriac
4th March 2014 by Alaina Wong and Roxanne Haydon
Simple and delicious, it is unsurprising pancakes exist in a variety of shapes and sizes from around the world. Bound together with a milky batter, flipped in a pan and topped with your favourite sweet or savoury fillings, these flat, disk-shaped bundles of starch are the ultimate comfort food.
28th February 2014 by Ronnie Haydon
Breathe a sigh of relief: the evenings are getting lighter, and while the daffodils may be shivering a little in the early spring breezes, they’re blooming. Even the sun is putting in the occasional appearance and a smile on everyone’s faces. In the kitchen, our thoughts are turning to bright, fresh flavours, so it’s a pleasure to welcome a trio of sunshine tastes
21st February 2014 by Ronnie Haydon
Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday is the perfect time to try your hand at flipping pancakes. With a range of delicious pancake recipes on hand you can avoid any flops, from the original lemon and sugar pancake to the more indulgent sticky banana toffee pancakes.
31st January 2014 by Alaina Wong
February's harvest is packed with filling, robust flavours and wholesome fruit and veg that's perfect for keeping those winter chills at bay. It's the perfect month to make the most of hearty, delicious soups, mouthwatering casseroles and comforting puds. Let's take a look at the best seasonal produce to enjoy this month!
1st January 2014 by Celia Lacy
Out with the old, in with the new - January is my favourite time of year to make some serious cooking resolutions.