There’s a place you can go where everybody knows your name…The UK Food Bloggers Association – and it wasn’t started by me, either.
We all know green tea has many health benefits – and now scientists claim it may even be able to help fight HIV.
When you have something as delicious as Rhubarb for the first time in it’s season, the only worthy treatment is to stew it.
This time it’s not me going all offal crazy, either. Rabbit Ears for lunch, honey – do you fancy it? Poor old Easter Bunny!
Find the Easter Eggs, and be in with a chance of ï¿½50 worth of Hotel Chocolat goodies. What could be better?
Purple Sprouting Broccoli is truly one of the Kings of vegetables, and when in season is worthy of being eaten all on its own as a main course – with nothing more complicated then some melted butter to dip it into.
Which came first: the chicken or the egg? Well, it was the egg, of course. It was made of chocolate, and I’m rather pleased with…
Sweets, huh? Something we (nearly) all love, but know that really we shouldn’t eat. But which ones are your favourites? Perhaps I can be swung into changing my mind. Leave a comment here or a response on your own site (link back to here and if there’s enough responses I will do a follow up article), and let me know.
A recent comment on my last article (Seasonal Food for March) got me thinking. The comment basically questions whether seasonal food and in particular, local…