Chapati, known by many different names including Roti is one of the most common forms of wheat bread in India and is pretty much eaten everyday. Chapati comes from the word chapat meaning ‘flat’.  This…

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Prévost: 20 Priestgate, Peterborough PE1 1JA Food: British Price: ££ Six years ago Lee Clarke set about introducing fine dining to the city of Peterborough. He opened Clarkes restaurant followed by his more recent venture…

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To cook a true Italian tomato based pasta sauce is a labour of love and time according to our Italian Au Pair. Tomatoes are de-seeded, skin is removed and then all this is cooked down…

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According to Chillies and Cloves style guru Clare Watson, there are some key colours to look out for to pep up your Autumn/Winter wardrobe.  As you walk around the stores you will start seeing hints…

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Known by many different names it seems to me that Okra (bindhi) is one of those vegetables that you either love or hate. Having eating this dish since I was a child I think I…

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I have always loved clothes, so much so that for most of my younger years I was adamant I was going to become a fashion designer. I even applied to do a Fashion Textiles degree…

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As one of the worlds largest food crops and with India being in the top 3 and United Kingdom in the top 15 when it comes to potato production it is no surprise that this…

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Browns Hotel: Albermarle Street, London, W1S 4BP Food: Afternoon Tea Highly Commended by www.afternoontea.co.uk Price: ££ Having celebrated my birthday with friends at Hakkasan, my girls felt slightly left out. This was clearly not acceptable…

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This is a super simple spinach curry recipe and takes no time to make.  Full of goodness, spinach is low in fat and even lower in cholesterol. In a nutshell it’s a superfood loaded with…

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  This is a super simple recipe passed down from my mum. Get used to those words you’ll hear them a lot (OK mum you can stop patting yourself on the back – you’re fabulous…

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