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Quick and easy tips to get you started in the kitchen

Quick and easy tips to get you started in the kitchen

Should you want to start spending more time in the kitchen, you have to transform it into a place you’ll enjoy. Once you feel like spending time in the kitchen and do the grocery shopping regularly, you’ll start cooking in no time.

Cinnamon Coffee: Time-tested recipes

If you enjoy every single cup of coffee, you should try the unforgettable taste of the energizing cinnamon drink. Check out numerous appreciated and widely used recipes you need to taste.

How to adapt a zero waste lifestyle

How to adapt a zero waste lifestyle

Ever wondered where the trash in the vast Pacific garbage patch came from? Wonder no more! It’s from the waste that’s carelessly disposed of. There are good reasons to want to live in a clean environment.

Does whisky go bad?

So you have this bottle of whisky sitting in your cupboard for many years and now you’re wondering if it’s still any good.

Karen Davison explains the origins of traditional holiday favorites

Do you ever wonder why we eat turkey on Christmas? What about eating fruitcake or mincemeat or drinking eggnog? There are so many different dishes that are synonymous with the holiday season and yet we have no idea how it came to be this way.

5 reasons why you should order your groceries online

The introduction of the internet changed the lives of everyone. From the way people communicate with others, the way media is consumed, the way information is given out and obtained—the internet had made almost everything more innovative, if not better.

Karen V. Davison's tips for creativity in the kitchen

Karen V. Davison's tips for creativity in the kitchen

Home cooking often means relying on a set of go-to recipes. They are quick, easy, and don’t require a lot of thought. But, cooking the same dishes, day in and day out, can get boring.

How to organise an amazing event

Do you love to party? Whether you’re an experienced event goer or prefer to pick and choose what you attend, organising one is very different to just turning up.

7 spicy foods that have the X factor

It might be worth keeping a large glass of water nearby for this gastronomic tour of some of the globe’s spiciest foods, including spice-laden tom yum and taste-bud-searing vindaloo – sure to make your eyes water with one bite!

5 dishes that go well with sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are a wonderfully versatile and filling food, packed with goodness. Whether they are roasted, boiled, mashed or baked, this traditional side dish has become a dinner-time staple.

The surge of the eat-out revolution

With new platforms giving consumers the ability to order food direct to their home, the takeaway industry has undergone an extreme makeover.

Six essentials for easy-breezy spring picnics

Picnicking has been around since the 18th century and this long tradition of dining outdoors continues today. There's nothing quite like a spring picnic when romance is in the air or when families are getting together to share a few laughs over good food and drinks.

Revolutionising Your Morning Brew: Teaching Transparency with Traidcraft Shop

Revolutionising Your Morning Brew: Teaching Transparency with Traidcraft Shop

As the original ‘rule breaking’ fair trade wholesaler, Traidcraft is proudly committing two of its single origin coffee blends to the Transparency Pledge, as well as launching its own Transparent Organic Coffee.

Clean Cafés: The North-Easts high hygiene standards

Owners of restaurants and cafes will be no stranger to the importance of an eye for detail to make sure your eatery meets the UK’s hygiene standards.

The problem with the ‘Blue Planet effect’

We’re waging war on single-use plastics, such as straws and bottles, after witnessing marine life struggle and suffer through swathes of plastic.