Tag : food

Food | Gastronaut – The Pit, Harrogate

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With laid back urban dining space, complete with table tennis and football, and an innovative take on American food, The Pit is the perfect student eatery. From the meatiest of burgers to fish finger sandwiches, their menu serves up a selection of substantially filling dishes which although not perfectly suited … Read More

Photojournal | The Real Junk Food Project – waste, poverty and revolution

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The Real Junk Food Café is situated in Armley, a short bus ride south west from Leeds City Centre. Entering the town, it is easy to lose count of how many factory buildings had been abandoned, bordered up and draped in rows of barbed wire. The town is like many … Read More

Food | Peckish – Healthy Banana Cookies

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Summer is here, and everyone is starting to think about that bikini body. But, there is no need to forego all sweet and tasty treats; these banana cookies are both deliciously satisfying and delightfully healthy. Ingredients 2 very ripe bananas 100g of oats 1 tsp of cinnamon 1 tsbp of … Read More

Food | Graduation Dining – Blackhouse, Grill on the Square

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If you’re looking for somewhere for your post-graduation meal that’s slightly more up market than the eateries in the Trinity shopping centre but not so fancy that you feel uncomfortable then look no further than Blackhouse. With a menu of classics that revolve around steak you can’t go far wrong with … Read More

Lifestyle | Living below the line

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I think it’s fair that students are stereotyped as always being hungry. Walking around campus, I’ve seen students snacking on anything from toffee popcorn to the slightly more ambitious chicken kahari. So when given the opportunity to take part in the Live Below The Line challenge, I fully understood that … Read More

Food | Not just a pretty plate – Soup, Soup, Soup

4 years ago / 0 comments

Soup is definitely a student staple for us, and for so many good reasons. It’s healthy, cheap, freezes well, warms you up, and makes a really easy on-the-go lunch if you invest in a thermos. We have two of our favourite soup recipes for you – the first is a … Read More

Travel | Italian interrail inspiration – a Leeds student's guide

4 years ago / 0 comments

With only three months to go until the glorious student summer begins, starting to plan travel arrangements is an entirely necessary form of procrastination. A popular idea is InterRailing around Europe, essentially buying a one off train fare that allows you to travel from city to city sampling each one’s … Read More

Food | Peckish – Parma Ham wrapped camembert pie

4 years ago / 0 comments

  Spring is here but that doesn’t mean that it’s too late for some filling home cooked comfort food, like this rather decadent Parma Ham wrapped camembert pie with cranberry and apple chutney. Ingredients Pie Wheel of Camembert 5 slices of Parma ham 1 pack of shortcrust pastry 2 tbsp … Read More

Luscious Two Lemon Cake

4 years ago / 0 comments

This lemon cake packs a powerful citrus punch, wasting none of the lemons that go into it. Yielding a marvellously moist, and quite sizeable, sponge, there’s plenty to go around. This is a slight twist on Mary Berry’s whole lemon cake, altered to the student budget! To make this two … Read More

Food | Not just a pretty plate – Flapjacks

5 years ago / 0 comments

There is no way of disguising the fact that flapjacks aren’t the healthiest, however as treats go, they’re pretty damn good. The oats mean they are incredibly filling, making them great for an on-the-go sugar boost when you find yourself flagging. The replacement of ordinary caster sugar with soft brown … Read More