At Number 1 is Waitrose.
Score: 9.5 /10
Price v Value for Money: Waitrose’s own label prices for weekly staples (sliced bread, butter, milk…) are very competitive and often as not will be at a similar level to ones at Sainsbury’s & Tesco. But stray away to the more enticing products at your cost! Read more
The ‘Don’t waste it – Fridge it’ information below , may help a little if you’ve just bought or rented your first house and you’re now catering for yourself. Moreover, If you’re one of the many second year University students that can’t wait to get your keys to your own pad! Remember that by not wasting it, there will be more to spend on boo… Books of course!
This rain-soaked summer has meant that soft berry fruit grown outdoors is not to going to last in the punnet or the fridge for much longer than a day! Require a quick, spoon- friendly dessert that will use up your soft fruits? There is none better than an Eton Mess! Named Eton as it originated from Eton College. Read more
Fed up of partying on wine and beer? Want street-easy party cocktails that are simple to create and will make your Queen’s Jubilee celebrations go with a real swing? Don’t want to spend your bank holiday weekend searching for the ingredients either. End of. Read more
Buy it and cook it… British asparagus with crunchy salted butter! It’s May and the shelves are now loaded with our home grown green and the sweeter purple asparagus spears. Don’t miss out on this must have seasonal foodie treat. You won’t find easier, tastier starter to cook in May. Enjoy. Read more
Are you are coming to London for the 2012 Olympics? Now is the time to start thinking about booking your restaurants! Many are now taking bookings for July and August. Your watching the world’s best on the track , don’t miss out on London’s best food!
Get your apron and cook this spring lamb with raspberry & torrontes gravy. This subtly sweet and fruity gravy adds another flavour dimension to the milky tasting spring lamb. Enjoy!
Get your apron and bake these ‘so-easy’ to make cupcakes that deliver that ‘I must have another and another one’ quality. The recipe is for just twelve, but double or treble it – if you are baking them for a party or a good cause like Sport Relief. My twelve year old daughter had just as much fun making them as she did eating them!