|Hot dogs||cheap and easy hot dogs||3719||49%|
|Malibu||a nice refreshing taste||2910||57%|
|Frisky Bison||ah spoons showed me the way again||2929||53%|
|Sailor Jerry and lemonade||ah spoons they showed me this drink||8010||58%|
|Dirty Pint||be the best and give your mate a dirty pint ;)||13362||58%|
|French Toast||egg juices cover the beard to give it a crispy coating||5393||49%|
|Mouth Wash!||cool and tangy||4113||50%|
Jamie Oliver – fierce food campaigner and all around stand up guy – has hit out at sporting role models David Beckham and Gary Lineker for promoting junk foods. You may have seen the likes of Beckham and Gary on your TV screens in ads for Pepsi and Walkers crisps – but the celebrity chef has joined health professionals and teachers who say the use of famous sports personalities in junk food advertising is sending the wrong message to youngsters…
The typical fresher puts on an average of 15 pounds (or just over a stone!) in their first year at university, so that news may be welcoming to those of you struggling to get into your old pairs of jeans – you’re not on your own! Summer is as good a time as any to cleanse your body of all that junk food you may have been eating over the past year or so and start afresh with a healthy diet that will leave you feeling refreshed.
Here at StudentRecipes.com towers, we think it's a safe assumption that the majority of students - be it GCSE, A-level or degree level - will have paid a visit to a Tesco supermarket. These days, supermarkets come in all shapes and sizes: express, metro, megastore, superstore and Tesco is not an exception and now it's even gone virtual!...
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Something that’s not the first thing that springs to mind when discussing student issues – depression. If you ask most people to sum up their student experience in a couple of words, you will most likely get something along the lines of “the best years of my life”. This is what makes depression and students so dangerous – it’s under the radar and very rarely talked about. So what about those students who aren’t lucky enough to have the same experience?