April 18th, 2019   |  
Author: Sean Flint   |  
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On National Tea Day, we have one burning question to ask, how do you make the perfect cuppa? This age-old debate has divided people for centuries. Should you have it black or white? If you like it with milk, how much do you use?

April 11th, 2019   |  
Author: SK Foods   |  
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We’re big fans of different new year celebrations here in the SK kitchen, so Happy Baisakhi everybody! After all, why should 1st January be the only time we have a party and eat great food? The Chinese New Year is a great example. This happened in February and as Chinese food is one of our […]

April 4th, 2019   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
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We have a question for you on International Carrot Day. Hands up who was told when they were kids, and now tell your own children, that eating carrots helps you to see in the dark? Come on, we have all done it right? Granted, if it got us and our children to eat more vegetables, […]

March 29th, 2019   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
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Ah, Mother’s Day, the time of year when restaurants and pubs across the UK rub their hands with glee at the thought of a fully booked service. For some, it may be the one of the few times of the year that they are full. Let’s face it though, you can’t be choosy when you […]

March 21st, 2019   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
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Do you know that Waffle Day is approaching? When you think of waffles, what country springs to mind? The USA or maybe Belgium? Both countries are, of course, renowned for their waffles and in Belgium’s case, it’s in the name! But, we actually have Sweden to thank for giving us waffle day. There it is […]

March 14th, 2019   |  
Author: John Connell   |  
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So, who has given up something for Lent? In the days before Veganuary, Dry January, Stoptober etc, the only time of the year when people tended to forgo nice things was Lent. Of course, this six-and-a-half week period before Easter was originally a Christian tradition involving fasting. But like many things it has become commercialised […]

March 7th, 2019   |  
Author: Sean Flint   |  
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There are some strange food awareness days, National Tartar Sauce Day and National Melba Toast Day to name just a few hundred, but one day which deserves to be recognised is Plant Power Day. Not so long ago, you would have recoiled at the thought of a day which is about eating plants, I mean […]

February 28th, 2019   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
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With Pancake Day upon us, we wonder how many people will actually make their own pancakes on Shrove Tuesday? The reason we ask is there are now so many pre-prepared versions, whether it is those where the mix is already made for you or where it’s just a case of putting the pancake in the […]

February 21st, 2019   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
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Real Bread Week began in 2010 and is the annual celebration of real bread and the people who make it, so… At the start of Real Bread Week, let’s begin with a question. True or false. The smell of freshly baked bread can help to sell a house? Well, according to a recent survey, the […]

February 14th, 2019   |  
Author: Katie Beaumont   |  
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Do you remember the Millennium Bug? As we approached the year 2000, there was genuine fears that the worldwide computer systems around the world would not be able to cope with the numerical change. Doomsday ‘preppers’ predicted the end of the world, where planes would fall from the sky and nuclear missiles would launch on […]