Easter, otherwise (unofficially) known as chocolate-eating season, has arrived. Year upon year, chances are that the Easter eggs you receive from your loved ones to commemorate the religious occasion are delicious, albeit slightly bog standard. Last month, Sainsbury's revealed its all-new "Cheesalicious" Easter egg - an egg made entirely - as the name suggests - from cheese.
If you’re a fan of hot cross buns, KFC are working on an Easter treat for you. The popular food chain are trialling a Hot Cross Bun Burger (yes, really). To keep diehard KFC fans happy, it will have the same filling of Original Recipe chicken breast plus fresh lettuce and mayo.
Easter is just around the corner and while we all welcome an excuse to indulge in chocolate, should it really be at the cost of our planet? Far too many easter eggs are wrapped in excessive plastic packaging that pollutes our environment.
This boom in beer and cider means there are now more discerning drinkers who are eager to seek out the latest brews and start assembling shelves of their own favourite styles at home and, for an increasing number, the best way to do this is through a subscription club. Operating along similar lines to their wine club cousins, these services provide regular deliveries of top notch beer and cider, much of which is sourced from suppliers with limited UK distribution. This may be in the type of booze on offer, how much you can tailor your selection, the frequency of delivery or the inclusion of a few extra goodies, so it’s worth spending a little time to check the options before settling on the club that suits you best.
Planting fruits and vegetables in your garden doesn't have to be a chore, neither does maintaining them. These simple fruits and vegetables all but grow themselves.
Last week, when Marmite announced the launch of its first new permanent product in its 100-year history, we knew we had to try it. Marmite Peanut Butter is a combination of two of the nation’s favourite spreads and launched on Ocado.com last Monday. It will be available in supermarkets from April 7.