These unfortunate folk have all had total nightmares when it comes to cooking up a festive feast.From Christmas cakes that look like they've been charcoal grilled, to disastrous gingerbread men, these people really should have left the food to someone else.
No deal in the Brexit negotiations could be “catastrophic” for the food and drink industry and could lead to prices spiking by as much as 10pc, industry experts have told MPs.Ian Wright, director general of the Food and Drink Federation, claimed a situation where no deal had been agreed on trade for the EU would be “pretty catastrophic” for the food and drink sector.
Cumbria could have the next TV cooking star.What Jamie Oliver has done to encourage people to cook and how to cook is an inspiration.
National fast food chain Domino's has created a special edition topped with foods which could boost your brain power.The pizza, which it claims could aid focus, memory, and overall health is on sale from today, aimed at students studying for their January exams.
Tory MP breaks down in tears at Labour MP's story about family invited to a funeral just so they uld eat
Speaking immediately afterwards, Ms Allen paused and said: “I don't know where to start after that.I'm humbled by the words from my honourable, good friend from Birkenhead.
But wasting food costs the average UK household up to £470 a year according to the Food Standards Agency.And Sheer Luxe has revealed 13 foods you can safely eat past their use by date, like bread, milk and biscuits.
2 million tons of food and drink is thrown away in the UK every year – the majority of which would still be good to eat.Out of date and unopened food from a domestic household thrown away in a dustbin.
It may seem like a healthy option, but cooking a stir-fry could be bad for health because it shoots microscopic particles of fat into the air, which may be hazardous if inhaled, scientists have warned.Researchers at Texas Tech University and Utah State University heated up oil in a frying pan and then recorded what happened when droplets of water were added.
A Liverpool Echo reporter decided to come up with a meal plan based on a £1-a-day spend for a week.Meanwhile, in a separate pan, fry off the bacon and scatter that over the top of the pancakes.
We've all been there - there's nothing left in the fridge or the kitchen cupboards.The week leading up to payday can be a challenging one when it comes to stretching those pennies.
While the chicken giant's chips have always paled in comparison to McDonald's famously salty ones, KFC have finally decided to up their game.After whittling down hundreds of new recipes, the fast food restaurant are about to release their brand new chips to the world: skin on, thick cut, rustic style fries.
The fast food restaurant has whittled down hundreds of recipes to create new rustic fries – and it could be a game-changer.If they prove to be a success, the company say the new fries could potentially replace the current chips.
Step onto one of IBM’s security watch floors and the first thing you’ll notice is the screens.If Kate from marketing enters her password incorrectly ten times, the IBM analysts will know.
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Does your tummy feel bloated and flabby?A small glass of wine at dinner will do you no harm in the flat tummy department.
The Double Down has been hotly anticipated since being launched in the US and features a double helping of Original Recipe Chicken instead of a bread bun.The breadless burger features crispy bacon, melted Monterey Jack cheese and barbecue sauce sandwiched between two tasty chicken breast fillets.
CONCERNS have been raised over plans to create a restaurant and bar next to a city centre nightclub in Chester.The club’s owners have also expressed fears it “could result in conflict between restaurant users and nightclub users if the opening hours were to overlap”.
The television remote could become a thing of the past according to scientists who have developed a new technology that allows the device to be controlled through gestures instead.Computer scientists at Lancaster University have come up with a system that makes it possible interact with screens simply by using body movements, or waving objects.
2 October 2017 12:15AM TV's could soon be controlled by "Minority Report" gestures using new technology developed in the UK.The "Matchpoint" system makes it possible interact with screens simply by using body movements, or waving objects.
Sirloin steak, chicken, mackerel and avocados make people feel fuller and uld help dieting, say scientists
The University of Warwick has for the first time identified the cells in the brain - called tanycytes - which detect nutrients in food and help trigger feelings of satiety.Crucially some foods contain types of amino acids which stimulate the tanycytes more than others.
Microwave or bake the jacket potatoes (or do a combination of the two for
speedy potatoes with crispy outsides.HAM AND TOMATO BAGEL
Lunch: Ham and tomato bagel
(Serves 1, 37p per serving)
Half a Sunnyhill Bagel - 9p1tsp Cucina Tomato Purée - 3p
2 slices Appleby’s Wafer Thin Cooked Ham - 10p
1 Salad Fresh Tomato, thinly sliced - 15p