|Cheese Dip Rice||Summer/picnic/lunchbox recipe||9099||33%|
|Rocket Pesto For Pasta||Fresh homemade pesto||10081||71%|
|Cauliflower Crisps||No fry, no fuss recipe||13881||71%|
|Toasted Multigrain Bread||2 minute recipe||7130||90%|
|Fried Bread||Cheap & crunchy||25395||79%|
|Leafy Salad||Quick, easy & tasty salad||31758||79%|
Now most of you are at university and settling into halls, I am sure there are a few things you have forgotten to take with you, here is a basic checklist of all the things you need.
Around this time last year, my current housemates and I started the search for our new digs for second year. Traditionally second and third years will move out of university halls and into a private student home with a letting agency. Some universities will recommend ‘student approved’ letting agencies that deal specifically with student homes, for example, my university endorses Liverpool Student Homes.
It can be so tempting, can’t it? Walking down the aisles of your food store of choice, browsing the gorgeous goodies on offer, particularly with Christmas coming up... And all those offers and brightly-coloured badges, they mean you’re saving money in the process too. It’s a win-win situation, right?
February and March are the perfect months in the year to sow seeds and grow your own veggies! It’s a common belief that growing your own vegetables and plants is a hard and labourious process requiring vast amounts of time and space; however this couldn’t be more wrong, the perfect carrots could be grown on your very own windowsill!
Do you find yourself hopeless in lecture halls without a cup of coffee inside you? Can you not kick-start your morning without a caffeine fix? If you’re the type of student who needs to fine-tune their focus and elongate their attention span with the help of a cup of steaming coffee, you probably spend your […]