Celebrating Burns Night

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We all need a little something to lift our spirits at this time of year, and thankfully Burns Night provides the perfect opportunity for a good old fashioned knees up and a wee dram! The first Burns Supper was held by Scottish poet Robert (‘Robbie / Rabbie’) Burns’ friends in memorial of his death in 1801. … Continue reading Celebrating Burns Night

How to hygge

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The Danish word ‘hygge’ has exploded all over the internet in the past weeks, and been met with a mixture of delight and confusion by us Brits.  Being an intrinsically Scandinavian concept we’ll probably never completely understand the meaning of ‘hygge’, but home cooking has a role to play in the phenomenon, and that’s something … Continue reading How to hygge

Celebrity chefs get behind ProCook’s first cookery book for children

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ProCook has launched a recipe book in association with the charity the Children’s Food Trust aimed at encouraging children to get cooking. Titled ‘More Please: Tasty recipes children will love’, it is packed full of tempting dishes, many of which have been contributed by celebrity chefs and food bloggers. Contributor and Mitchelin starred chef, Shaun … Continue reading Celebrity chefs get behind ProCook’s first cookery book for children