|Lovely lentil soup||Very easy microwave lentil soup - yummy!||13857||56%|
|Tasty quick cous cous||cous cous hot or cold||10061||61%|
|Party hedgehog||great for parties||8822||51%|
|Carrot and coriander soup||Tasty easy soup||6925||48%|
|Tattie (Potato) soup||Filling delicious soup||6119||56%|
|Bolognese||Can be used for bolognses, chili, lasagne||5929||61%|
|Malteser biscuits||Malteser traybakes - delish!!!||5790||43%|
How are you finding your new home? Settling in OK?
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!
It’s a nerve-wracking time. Of course, that’s the last thing you need to be told – with manic last-minute packing and enrolment to worry about, you already know. And perhaps you have an inkling of what Freshers’ Week will be like too. But, like many things, it’s hard to know until you’ve actually done it.
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.
Here we are at the end of my cookbook reviews and we’re finishing off with two very different books… one being cooking on a hefty budget whereas the other is on the other end of the scale, which most students can relate to experiencing, being skint. So if you’ve got the luxury of an extended budget or are really scraping the pennies together – check out these reviews and see whether they are what you are looking for.