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UK seeks comfort In biscuits

Biscuit sales have increased by more than 20% in the last 5 years according to a new study by market analysis firm Mintel.

Unhealthy diets cost the NHS £12bn every year

A recent study has identified that poor diets cost the NHS almost twice as much as the combined effect of alcohol and cigarettes.

Simple diet changes can help stave off cancer

Recent research into the effects of diets on cancer sufferers have thrown up some extremely interesting results

Vegetarian cookery course in aid of Sunni Mae Trust, Galway

The trust was launched officially only last Friday (6th July) following a performance of Alice Underground by Youth Ballet West at the Galway Town Hall.

T.G.I. Friday’s expanding rapidly and recruiting 700!

It’s been a busy few years for the American restaurant, that has gone from strength to strength incorporating three new key criteria: bosses, burgers & belief.

The first recipe on cookery courses – pasta n peppers

I’m sure half of these online food stores print recipes that incorporate exotic ingredients just so that people will buy more of their range; there’s no need.

A recipe for success on cookerycourses.co.uk

Recipes give you the prep time, ingredients and method, but not a lot about what good the meal does you. That’s what we hope to change on cookerycourses.co.uk

A cookery class involving Hens, Hen Parties, that is

Spa Days, Cocktail Making and even belly-dancing I can get to grips with, but a Cookery Class for a Hen Party? Busman’s holiday? Maybe once, but not today!

Food Recycling will grow by teaching others better values

The key is to get people to eat more wisely and have a very real appreciation of why it has both planet-friendly values and delivers a more nutritious diet.

Cookery schools can help the UK fight food poverty

Herewith our final instalment and summary, considering how cookery courses could get actively involved in the fight against food waste & food poverty in the UK.