Guest post: Six of the best cookery courses for men

For those blokes lacking in the brute culinary force and unwavering confidence of the likes of Gordon Ramsay or Marco Pierre White, cooking can be a daunting prospect and one that can leave a sizeable dent in male pride. If you’re considering the gift of culinary knowledge for the man in your life this Christmas,…

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Guest post: Eight of the best student cookery courses

As the nation’s teenagers scrabble to get on to the university courses of their dreams, parents everywhere are pondering quite how their progeny will cope with looking after themselves, properly, come September. While the cleaning skills may take a little while to master, there are options to get their cooking up to scratch so if little…

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Guest post: It’s time to banish the children’s menu!

Families eat out together more than ever. But @Working_Mum, who blogs at Adventures of a Working Mum, finds the situation not quite up to snuff when it comes to the food on offer for the kids. Find out what she has to say about it and tell us whether you think the “children’s menu” should…

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Your 50 top tips for getting secret goodness into kids’ diets

Ask a bunch of parents about how to get secret goodness into children’s meals and you get not only recipes and cooking tips. You also get down-to-earth strategies and philosophies that go way beyond the kitchen. At our  Twitter party Thursday, sponsored by Kingsmill to announce their new Seeded range, the tweets were flying thick…

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