As children across the nation prepare for another school year, there’s a lot on a parent ‘s to-do list from bagging a whole new uniform to helping out with any last-minute summer projects. So who’s even found the time to think about their packed lunches? With nut-free policies in a growing number of schools and a few fussy eaters in every class, it’s proving harder than ever before to ensure your child doesn’t come home with half a soggy sandwich left in their lunch box. But we’ve tracked down the recipes designed to make the nightly prep a little easier. From last-minute wraps to moreish treats you and your family can enjoy baking, look no further for go-to inspiration this September. We can guarantee you’ll be taking your own lunchbox to work after taking a look at some of these easy-to-follow recipes… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The science behind taking children on a term-time holiday John Lewis releases predictions for top 10 toys this Christmas Should parents buy new school uniform every year?
Chefs Audra Morrice, Bjorn Shen and Damian D’Silva are set to judge the upcoming Singapore edition of TV cooking competition MasterChef, it was announced on Wednesday (18 April). Morrice, who was a finalist in MasterChef Australia in 2012 and now runs a catering business in Sydney, said she was “incredibly excited” about the culinary contest coming to Singapore.
The future looks green and we are all being encouraged to live in a more sustainable, eco-friendly and responsible way, which is why we feel sure that a few of you have allotments or at least window growing boxes in place already! If you do, congratulations! Professional gardeners the world over are saluting your fantastic efforts to grow your own food, but do you know what you should be planting for the cooler months? We do! Come with us now, to discover all the wholesome treats that you should be growing this winter, to keep your kitchen fully stocked and your family fit and healthy!
Making dinner at home is full of all sorts of issues. Like, you know it’s better for you because you’re using *real…
Dashing Japanese actor and host Mocomichi Hayami will be in Singapore for the first time to meet his fans and film a special episode of the popular cooking show “Moco’s Kitchen”.
We didn’t always like eating our veggies. When someone puts a huge plate of plain steamed broccoli in front of you as a kid, it’s no wonder you suddenly decide it’s your least favorite food for years to come. But, now that we’re old enough make our own dinners (and no one is making us sit at the table until we finish our peas), we’ve figured out some tips and tricks to make eating our vegetables something we actually want to do. (And no, this post wasn’t surreptitiously sponsored by all of our parents.)
Many of us are eating avocados every day – or at least that’s what the 90,000+ avocado toast posts on Instagram would suggest. Here’s a big myth debunked: for one, eating avocados regularly won’t make you fat. “The monounsaturated fats in avocados are what give it the creamy texture that make it such a good replacement for butter, margarine or mayonnaise,” says Michelle W. Book., the in-house nutritionist at the Canadian Health Food Association.
Cooking in a small kitchen can turn anyone into a minimalist. A cake pan? Forget about it; birthdays only come once a year. A toaster oven? Let your broiler do the work! But the one must-have tool you must keep in your cooking arsenal is the muffin tin.
If you can cook these 10 dishes by heart, chances are you’ll have fewer cookie dinners and all-coffee breakfasts. That’s because these are the workhorses of the kitchen: They’re the dishes that aren’t all that complex to make but bend and flip into other dishes. That means they won’t take that much time to prep and they’ll stretch all week, if you know their ropes. Here’s how to master each of them (without a recipe, because who has a recipe memorized?
The right cooking resolutions can be both attainable and pleasurable. Here are 10 New Year's cooking goals for 2016, and 20 recipes to get you started.
Broccoli. (Photo: James Ransom) Although you may not have put it into words, you likely have a sense of what you believe makes a good home cook. Some of us immediately think of our grandmothers or roommates or daughters or sons. (Some of us think of ourselves.)
We hate when we get halfway through a recipe and realize we have no fucking clue what it actually means to sauté onions, blanch veggies, or bring something to a “rolling” boil. The thing is, industry food terms and cookbook jargon often sound a lot scarier than they actually are.
By Kate Snider As we enter October, let’s take advantage of the wonderful produce that is unique to this time of year. Let’s head to the farmers markets, grab some turnips and squash, and let them shine. They will be good – unbelievably good.