|Chicken Maggi Roll||Best way to treat ur tummy||14604||85%|
|Chinese Fried Rice||Steaming hot chinese at home||22709||94%|
|Cream Of Tomato Soup||Relish every sip of it||30818||82%|
|Crispy Okra Pakoras||Its difficult to resist this spicy veggie treat||10657||83%|
|Garam Masala||Sprinkle this masala on any dish and make that dish more special||7670||100%|
|Hakka Noodles||Piping hot hakka noodles on your table||18835||100%|
|Kara Kulambu||South indian spicy treat||13039||80%|
|Mango Kulfi||The heavenly dessert||12616||67%|
|Mango Mug Cake||Have a delightful evening||14907||71%|
|Mushroom Fried Rice||Crispy mushrooms spicy treat||18118||100%|
‘Afternoon tea’ is something that people like to think us British people take part in on a daily basis. Unfortunately, with the busy and hectic lifestyles we now lead this is not always the case. Although, it is nice to take part in one of our well-known traditions once in a while, take 20 minutes out of our day and indulge in a little ‘you’ time for a slice of cake and a cuppa.
Don’t get me wrong – I have some good memories from Valentine’s Days past. But now that everything red, pink and fluffy is appearing as soon as Christmas is over, Valentine’s Day seems to be getting a bit old. Unlike other holidays there is no guarantee of presents, no reason to get drunk that doesn’t involve self-pity, and no greater meaning to be taken away at the end of it all. Even if you like endless teddy bear cards, there has to be something better to do on the 14th of February than watch some non-funny rom com while waiting for an acceptable moment for a PDA.
For most students, being healthy is easier said than done. But with one University study finding 94% of students wishing they were healthier, what’s stopping them? Well, the reality is, most don’t know where to start, so really it’s no surprise that most of us live off ready meals and takeaways.
It’s the end of term, you are beginning to pack up your essentials (don’t forget the Christmas jumper!) to drive, bus or train it back home for some family time. If you can’t afford a Christmas roast dinner with your housemates why not do something fun but still just as festive? It will provide a great opportunity to bond with your housemates and have a nice warm cosy evening in full of films and laughs about what you’ll be getting up to over the Christmas holidays.
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.