|Home Made Garlic Bread||Great alongside macaroni cheese||14236||100%|
|Traditional Macaroni Cheese||Perfect meal for the early stages of the new academic year||22934||88%|
|Coriander & Citrus Salad Dressing||Simple side||11277||82%|
|Herb Crusted Baked Macaroni Cheese||Lunch on a busy day||16446||67%|
|Brie & Bacon Macaroni Cheese||Perfect for a quick feed before a night out||12194||65%|
Making pancakes on Shrove Tuesday was traditionally a way to use up any stocks of milk, butter and milk which were forbidden during Lent… but why do so many of us restrict ourselves to them once a year? They are delicious, cheap, incredibly versatile and easy – and so perfect for students.
Summer is well and truly on the way and even though most students are revising for exams or cramming as many hours as possible into their coursework, it doesn’t mean you can’t have something to look forward to and enjoy the warm weather like everyone else.
Can you hear that? The cough, splutter and sneeze of the person sitting next, behind and opposite you in your library, lecture or living room… Yep, that’s right! It’s the flu season, yippee…
Calling all Freshers – Get yourself organised in your last few weeks before you leave for University so you can really enjoy your freshers week without worrying about what you’ve left back home! I’ve dug out my list from this time last year, and picked out the bits and bobs that really came in handy over my fresher year.
The 25th of January is a rarely celebrated date in the British calendar, unless you are Scottish of course! Robert Burns was a widely celebrated poet from Scotland during the 1700’s, and celebrating his birthday has been a regular occurrence ever since. The most common way this is celebrated is through Burns Suppers, a gathering of people around food.