|Pea and Ham Soup||so cheap and easy||8986||48%|
|Chilli Con Carne||so cheap and tasty||5863||54%|
|Homemade Enchiladas||Totally yummy and is a different way of serving chilli||5171||50%|
|Cheap Pad Thai Chicken||yum yum yum||13148||60%|
|Nutella Cookies||Easy and cheap chocolate/ nutty cookies||17601||57%|
|Parma Ham and Pesto Parcels||Looks and tastes so impressive!||4096||54%|
|Hummus||Costs a fracton of the shop brought variey!||4450||59%|
|Easy beef stroganoff||cheap and tasty||8899||54%|
|Tomato and Bacon Tagliatelli||so cheap and delicious||3627||57%|
|Low fat brownies||Only 82 calories per brownie!!||8487||53%|
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.
It can be really tough to get out of bed earlier to find those five extra minutes to make sure you eat breakfast in the morning, but trust me it’s worth it. It is actually a lot worse for you (especially students on the go all the time) to skip breakfast. The reason being is […]
Most of you will have experienced the highs and lows of the infamous Freshers’ Week by now – the highs being the epic student drink deals and the novelty of having a permanent sleepover, the lows being the mammoth hangovers that inevitably follow coupled with a pang of homesickness. Fear not – Studentrecipes.com has come to the rescue with a post-Freshers’ Week survival guide.
If you haven’t already been bombarded with leaflets, free lollipops and invitations to join absurd promotional events, you are obviously lucky enough to live in a University with non-aggressive letting agencies nearby. For those of us who do, the mad rush to find a student house to live in for the next academic year could hardly have gone unnoticed. Hunting for housemates, signing contracts, paying deposits… the whole thing is all a bit bewildering.
At this time of year long and gruelling library sessions are inevitable, especially if you find working at home is too distracting. Some of you may as well call the library your second home. But if you’re anything like me that usually ends up about 30% work 30% procrastination and 40% people watching.