|Traditional Macaroni Cheese||Perfect meal for the early stages of the new academic year||22934||88%|
|Herb Crusted Baked Macaroni Cheese||Lunch on a busy day||16446||67%|
|Home Made Garlic Bread||Great alongside macaroni cheese||14236||100%|
|Brie & Bacon Macaroni Cheese||Perfect for a quick feed before a night out||12194||65%|
|Coriander & Citrus Salad Dressing||Simple side||11277||82%|
How often do you go meat free? Once, twice a week? Or maybe hardly ever? Going veggie at least once a week is not only beneficial to your health but also easy on the wallet for us students.
Have you made it your New Year’s resolution to get fit? How’s that going so far, bearing in mind only 8% of resolutions are successful … Not a surprise really, especially for students who are usually up to their eyes in revision, exams and deadlines throughout January. But so what if your resolution didn’t go to plan – there’s no time like the present to restart your get fit goals!
Trying to navigate student life on a budget is one of the biggest challenges faced by young Brits across the nation. Of all the everyday expenses that students face, food is by far one of the most important, helping to keep them healthy, nourished and ready to revise.
Here we are again... and it’s the first week of November already! Where has all the time gone? Fresher’s Week seems like many moons ago now (or, it’s all just a bit of a blur to you!). Hopefully you have all settled in, had fun, made friends, attended lectures and are coping with your new student lifestyle. Whether you have made a real stab in the kitchen just yet now that might be another story...
It’s semester two already and although it seems far away now those exams are creeping up fast. It almost seems strange to be discussing revision only a week or so into February, however with reading weeks fast approaching, now is the perfect time to sort out those revision blues and start like you mean to go on.