The 'Quarantuno Formaggi' features cheese from each of the 41 nations participating in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
There’s no denying that a traditionally-cooked Easter leg of lamb is delicious; there’s a reason we’ve been eating it on the Sunday for centuries.But you’re allowed to be a little tired of it too, especially if you’re the one that has to “whip it up” (read: execute a military-style roasting operation) year after year.Also, what if one of your guests – or several – happen to be vegetarian or vegan? There’s no reason that a meat or animal product free dish can’t be just as hearty, rich and delicious as a meaty one.Here are a handful of recipes you could try over the weekend which are sure to please any guests, but won’t have you banished to the kitchen for 24 hours beforehand.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:This giant chocolate Easter egg will set you back £5,00010 delicious recipes to whip up now it’s springA cheese Easter egg has now landed
The Guardian reports that the retailer is currently trialling online food ordering in two locations: Camden in north London, and Woodley in Reading. If you have an M&S Sparks loyalty card and live within a three-mile radius of the Camden store, you can now have M&S ready meals delivered to your door within an hour.
Obesity expert, Dr Clare Llewellyn has revealed that though children who are overweight eat just 12 extra calories at mealtimes, that tiny amount adds up to an extra 5,500 calories every month, which leads to youngsters putting on weight up to 7% quicker than other children of the same age. Dr Llewellyn, a lecturer in behavioural obesity research at University College London, said that overweight children do not necessarily eat more often, or have more junk food, but likely pile on the pounds because the portions on their plates are too large.
Dinner/lunch/whatever you call it is the main event of Christmas Day and, for many, the culmination of plenty of planning and preparation.But no matter how hard we try, come Christmas morning most of us still find ourselves running around like headless turkeys trying to cook a meal thats not only ready at a reasonable hour, but actually tastes good.What with juggling the oven timings and keeping on top of the washing up (not to mention backseat chefs sticking their oar in), there’s a lot going on.Here are a few little Christmas dinner cooking hacks from some bloggers who are old hands at all this to tell you how to make it just that little bit less stressful.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Boozy hot chocolate to try at home this Christmas 12 ways to jazz up your turkey this Christmas Christmas dinner on a budget: Where to save and where to splurge
You’ve bought the turkey and all the trimmings, and you’ve got the bubbly chilling in the fridge – so now it’s time to think about the table decor to match your impressive spread. Luckily, giving your dining room a Christmas makeover to wow your guests is easy. Here’s eight DIY ideas for every theme, from minimalist, to classic, to glitz and glamour… Rustic charm
When it comes to Christmas dinner, the pressure makes it tempting to head to the most expensive supermarket to ensure a good feast. Pork does tend to be of a better quality the more you pay for it, especially when it comes to sausages and bacon – the essentials for pigs in blankets.
What makes a successful shopping trip? Commissioned by shopping centre owner Intu and credit card experts MBNA, the study found that the perfect length of time to go shopping is three hours. Nine shops is the perfect number to visit, and there should be little time queuing - seven minutes, to be precise.
If you’re in the habit of eating your evening meal late at night, you might want to reconsider - it’s putting you at risk of heart attacks, doctors have warned. Having dinner within two hours of going to bed can leave the body on “high alert” and mean blood pressure does not fall properly overnight, increasing the risk to the heart. Cardiologists at a Turkish university studied more than 700 men and women with high blood pressure to establish what difference eating times and the consistency of their diet had on their health.
Mainly because I had the alcohol tolerance of a Nun. On my Christmas visit to NYC and then to Atlanta, it became apparent to me how hard it is to find restaurants in London that are open 24 hours a day. This could be costly to those who can’t guarantee financial gain for being open 24 hours a day.