As i'm sure you know, leaving home for the first-time to attend university can be a bit of a step into the unknown for a lot of students - especially when it comes to cooking...
To make things just a little easier - for both new and current students - this infographic offers free, simple to follow recipe cards that can be cut-out and used at home.
So whether its whipping-up a quick snack between lectures, or mixing some cocktails for a party... Every student occasion is catered for!
Image source: waltonrobinson.com
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