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Being a good cook means more than just throwing something in the microwave and setting the timer. To be a good cook, you’ll need to get used to working with all kinds of food and appliances, and be confident in the way you cook and serve meals. Nobody is born a naturally good cook; it takes a lot of determination and effort to get things spot on. Whether you want...

Obesity is an increasing problem. The number of obese people in the UK has risen dramatically over the last couple of decades. There are health implications both for the people themselves and society as a whole. Obesity is linked directly to heart disease and diabetes and there is increasing pressure on the NHS as a result of current trends. Almost a quarter of adult...

Posted on Jul 17 2014 - 12:21pm by admin
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I wanted to write a post about my recent experiences in cooking with filtered water and also give you the chance to win your own slow cooker. Up until a few months ago, I was under the impression it didn’t matter whether I used filtered water or tap water when cooking, but I found out soon after purchasing a water filter that I was very wrong. a Rafflecopter giveaway As...

If your cooking repertoire has become a little stale or making meals just feels like a chore, take heart; it’s not you, it’s your kitchen, and there’s something you can do about it. Here’s how a fewkitchen improvements could kickstart your delicious love affair with all things food. Upgrade Your Accessories: You can’t be expected to cook great food in an...

If you love cooking so much that you’d like to do it for a living, it sounds as if you’d be well suited to training up as a chef. Although it’s by no means easy, with long hours, physical labour, and high competition, the rewards you can get from this kind of job are immense. You’re free to put together your own creative dishes, run a kitchen, and even manage...