If you’re a fan of crunchy toast and crispy roast potatoes, we have some devastating news for you. A government body has warned that roasting and frying starchy foods could increase your risk of cancer. The Food Standards Agency (FSA)
Pancake day has crêped up fast, bringing with it the promise of sugar, bloating and more sugar. To give Shrove Tuesday something of a health kick, we’ve scoured Instagram for some epic pancake recipes suitable for vegans, people with gluten
The Co-op has been accused of perpetuating “sexist” gender stereotypes through its latest advert for Easter eggs. The ad, which appeared in newspapers on Tuesday, featured an image of a chocolate egg along with the caption: “Be a good egg.
Scientists have revealed the perfect way to cook pasta and it seems we’ve all been making some schoolboy errors. According to researchers from The American Chemical Society, to make the perfect pasta you must always add salt to your water
If you rely on instructions in recipe books to make your dinner, you could be putting your health at risk. A new study looked into the instructions in bestselling cookbooks and analysed them in relation to food safety – with
If you store your milk in the fridge door, we hate to break it to you but you’ve been doing it all wrong. A new guide to storing food correctly has revealed that, actually, milk belongs on the middle shelf
Piers Morgan has waded in on the packed lunch debate after parents were called out for sending kids to school with “worrying” lunches. The ‘Good Morning Britain’ presenter was addressing the letter Jon Carthy, head of Byron Primary School in
Following in the success of the now out-of-stock Cheester egg, Iceland has revealed a chocolate-cheese hybrid just in time for Easter. The retailer is stocking Wensleydale cheese infused with raspberry and white chocolate curls. The ‘Cheaster Egg’ – which is
It’s the day when everyone suddenly claims to have some distant Irish relation. Yes, St Patrick’s Day is upon us, and if you’re celebrating the holiday (Irish or otherwise) you’re probably going to be consuming a fair amount of Guinness.
If you reboil water when making a cuppa, you could actually be spoiling the taste. That’s according to chairman of the UK Tea and Infusions Association, William Gorman, who urged people to always use fresh water in their kettle when