Cooking Tips

organic food

5 Reasons to Go Organic

Go organic - Modern day farming practices mean our food is often laced with genetically modified organisms (GMOs), harmful pesticides, and synthetic fertilisers... Read More...

How to Order Steak Like a Pro

Ordering steak can be an intimidating experience for some people, especially those who do not eat it often. However, there is no reason to not give it a try. St... Read More...

Yorkshire Day

Yorkshire, formerly known as the County of York, is the largest county in England. It's also been nicknamed "God's own country" and with vast areas of unspoilt ... Read More...
natural aphrodisiacs

Natural aphrodisiacs: foods of love

Since the beginning of time, humans bestowed a reputation on some foods and drinks as making sex more attainable or more pleasurable. These are known as natural... Read More...
food porn

The food porn phenomenon

Food Porn | Food that looks good, generally is good. Restaurant owners know that taste and portion size are just part of the battle to win customers - presentat... Read More...
Pina Colada

Do you like Pina Colada?

Pina Colada Day is observed every 10 July. It's a day when we celebrate this delicious rum-based cocktail and its 1980s razzmatazz garnish of paper parasols. ... Read More...
cheese board

How to build the ultimate cheese board

Whether you're a pudding before cheese, or a cheese before pudding person, a good cheese board can round off a meal nicely.

Burgers of the world

Denmark's BØFSANDWICH, or beef sandwich, is served with ketchup, mustard and raw, grilled and roasted onions.
Purple Foods

Purple Food Trend

Purple Foods | Back in 2003, the UK government launched its 5 A Day campaign, encouraging the British public to up its fruit and veg intake to at least five por... Read More...

Summer… with a cherry on top!

People have been grown the popular fruit cherry across the British isles for more than 2,000 years and the summer months produce cherries that are rich, ripe an... Read More...
pick your own

Pick Your Own Fresh Fruit

August to October is when the autumnal dishes come into their own, and you can 'pick your own' plums, pears and apples to grace your menu.