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Warming Winter Recipes

7 days ago / 0 comments

Soups are one of the best ways to continue getting enough nutrients in winter, when salads and lighter vegetable dishes lose their appeal in favour of warm, hearty meals. The grid below offers thousands of variations on one basic soup recipe, so you will never run out of ideas. Start … Read More

Chocolate Yule Log Recipe

11 months ago / 0 comments

This oozing chocolate desert cake is the perfect thing to enjoy this Christmas! Complete with a spiced buttercream filling and covered in double chocolate ganache this calorific delight certainly requires a spot on your table. You might be a little cautious about baking your own swiss roll for the first … Read More

Recipe – Pandoro filled with mascarpone cream

11 months ago / 0 comments

Ingredients: 1 pandoro 500g mascarpone 4 eggs 100g sugar 1 tsp rum extract Chocolate chips Method: Tip: before starting making the cream, it is recommendable to keep the mascarpone and the eggs in ambient temperature. Separate the egg-yolks from the whites into two different bowls. Add a pinch of salt … Read More

Recipe: The Christmas Yule log that will put Nigella to shame

2 years ago / 0 comments

The build-up to Christmas usually means that a ridiculous amount of cooking specials are broadcast on the TV back home. Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver, The Great Christmas Bake-Off, all showing off delicious-looking food that’s nearly impossible to replicate at home, even though these specials are made to encourage the general … Read More

Boxing Day Pie

2 years ago / 0 comments

A traditional Thanksgiving meal is made up of some very hit-and-miss dishes, such as pumpkin pie – not as disgusting as it sounds and, if made right, tastes like heaven. Their combination of turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, however, is such a hit even here in the UK that households … Read More

Recipe: Mum’s leek and potato soup

2 years ago / 0 comments

Mum’s leek and potato soup My mum’s Leek and potato soup recipe is unbelievably cheap, and easy to replicate so long as you have some kind of blender. 2 medium-sized leeks 1 large baking potato 1 medium-sized white onion 1 Knorr vegetable stock pot (chicken works too) Parsley (shaker in … Read More

Recipe: Autumn Apple and Cinnamon Flapjack

2 years ago / 0 comments

If you remember one recipe from year 8 food tech that isn’t spag bol from a jar, it’s probably flapjack. You already had most of the ingredients in your house, so you didn’t have to quickly run by mum that you had a practical tomorrow and had forgotten to add … Read More

Food – Staying in vs Going out

2 years ago / 0 comments

Leeds is a city that caters to all tastes. Literally. Whatever your appetite, whatever your budget, the labyrinth of backstreet cafes, big name bistros, and bizarre bars will provide. But univesity isn’t all about splashing the cash, so here’s a list of Leeds’ finest eateries, and some simple, homely recipes … Read More

The Well Fed Student: Healthy pancakes

2 years ago / 0 comments

This is the easiest and tastiest recipe for filling, fluffy, American-style pancakes, without any guilt. It’s a filling, healthy breakfast that feels like a real treat. I usually use a gluten-free flour like buckwheat flour or brown rice flour, but you can use whatever you have. You can also use … Read More

The Well Fed Student: Healthy pancakes

2 years ago / 0 comments

This is the easiest and tastiest recipe for filling, fluffy, American-style pancakes, without any guilt. It’s a filling, healthy breakfast that feels like a real treat. I usually use a gluten-free flour like buckwheat flour or brown rice flour, but you can use whatever you have. You can also use … Read More