Food & Drink: Cooking in the Great Outdoors

There’s an old adage that food tastes better when eaten outdoors and we couldn’t agree more. A picnic in the park, a barbecue on the beach, or dinner sat outside a tent, food tastes better in the fresh air. In fact we will happily picnic the year round, substituting the picnic rug with the car…

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Food & Drink: Summer salads

Welcome to our first Food-Roundup for BritMums, we are blogging duo Lesley and Michelle from Lost in Food. From our homes in the North East of Scotland we enjoy creating recipes and sharing them with our followers. As Food Round-up Editors for BritMums we wish Claire Jessieman, aka Foodie Quine well in her blogging adventures.…

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Food Round-up: Rhubarb

In my biog I state that I am partial to Cheese, Gin, Peanut Butter, Tea and Rhubarb and that I’m permanently looking for the recipe that can successfully combine them all. The quest continues but I’m focusing on one of my favourites in this month’s seasonal roundup. Rhubarb! I have successfully managed to combine it…

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Food Round-up: Recipes with spring greens

Easter has been and gone and Spring must surely now be in the air? I do hope the Easter Bunny was good to you and you didn’t fall for too many April fools. I do always enjoy seeing the foodie ones and there were some crackers this year. (Loved Jamie’s One Ingredient Cookbook!) I’m keeping things…

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Food Round-up: Wild garlic

Spring is in the air! Or at least it should be… The saying goes that if March comes in like a lion it will go out like a lamb. I’m putting all my faith in this following the ‘Beast From The East’ roaring in to kick off the month. For me one of the true signs…

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Food Round-up: Chinese New Year

Unlike our New Year celebrations, Chinese New Year is never on a fixed date and for 2018 it begins this Friday 16th February with the celebrations lasting for 15 days. The timing is dictated by the lunar calendar and the celebration is older than even the Great Wall itself!  The Chinese zodiac moves in a 12…

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