12 healthy egg main meals you’ll love

When it comes to cooking, eggs are almost magical. They contain vitamins A, D, B12 and folate. You can eat them runny, hard, fried, boiled, poached, coddled or baked. Every medium egg has only about 66 calories. And as we discovered with our #HealthyEggMeals Challenge, they can elegantly take centre stage in family meals. The…

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Le Boot Camp Diet: Losing weight the French way

We have been preoccupied with French women and their secrets of slimming for a while. Meet Valérie Orsoni and you want to learn her secrets — her chic chestnut fringe sets off clear eyes, her nails are a glossy burgundy and her viewpoint on eating is delicious. “I have chocolate everyday,” she says. While she’s…

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39 delicious ways to eat Bramley apples

Bramley apples encapsulate so much about what we love about food: They’re delicious and tangy, they’re versatile and go with a wide variety of spices and herbs, they are truly British, only grown commercially in the UK, and they’re seasonal so you know you’re getting them at the height of their deliciousness (and when they’re…

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Bloggers make ‘Bootiful’ turkey meals for kids

Here’s a project our bloggers gobbled up: Creating family meals using Bernard Matthews frozen breaded turkey. Turkey makes quick and easy dinners that kids will love, plus it makes parents’ life easier with great meal options, ready in 20 minutes or less. We asked some mum and dad bloggers to tell us what they thought of…

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50 recipes to make with eggs & leftovers

Eggs can make a meal out of anything. They’re nutritious, because of the protein, vitamins and minerals they contain. They are also great to combine with the most common leftovers such as potatoes, carrots, and bacon, making quick and tasty meals that also reduce food waste. We held a #BritishEggWeek Twitter party to hear parents’…

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