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Winter is coming, as they say. So as well as steering clear of White Walkers (sorry if you’re not a ‘Game of Thrones’ fan), negotiating the good old British weather and making plans for the rapidly approaching ‘C’ word, you can start thinking about some of the great things you can be eating this winter. Put aside your George Foreman and get out your slow cooker: it’s all about warming, comforting dishes during the winter months. Stews, soups, pies and bakes should be your staples for the foreseeable future – and that’s not a bad thing. Packed with protein and veg, these types of meals will fill you up and give you plenty of energy and nutrients to get you through the colder weather. Get set for some inspiration from our guide to the best winter recipes you should rustle up now. 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: Wow-factor children’s birthday cakes to feast your eyes on Ruining people’s food Instagrams is the newest social media trend 15 comforting Sunday bakes to cheer you up ready for the week ahead
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On those cold rainy days, bake yourself something sweet to warm right back up. As one of my favourite cold weather desserts, this recipe is a little twist on the classic Sunday lunch staple but makes for a much tastier dish and will impress family and friends alike.
Good news for snow lovers - the ski season is officially underway. Many of the European resorts have opened for winter, and all of them will be open within the next couple of weeks. But have you got the right gear for your ski holiday? Whether you're looking for inspiration for your Christmas wish list or are after a complete checklist before you set off, here's our handy guide to ski gear.
Winter’s officially here – that time of year when you ditch packed lunches of salads and sandwiches for something that feels like a nice warming hug while you’re at work. Soup. It’s easy to make, cheap, nutritious, and easy to transport. And it’ll warm your cockles on these cold winter days.
As the weather gets colder, these cinnamon doughnut muffins are the perfect sweet snack to eat while snuggled up on the sofa with a hot drink. They take no time at all to make and even less time to eat!
There is nothing worse than going out into the cold, crisp winter air unprepared. One thing that really helps fend off the chill is a nice wooly hat and this season they are cooler than ever. From pom poms, to embellished cat ears and fancy prints, these hats will definitely top off your outfit this season, adding some serious style points. Plus, none of us like it when our ears feel like ice blocks… Tartan’s back: 20 pieces to wrap up in Get your hands on the ‘it’ bag of the seaso
The long drawn out evenings are the perfect time to take refuge in the kitchen and fall in love with cooking. These comforting and restorative one pot dishes vary from super quick to steady and slow, ideal for weekend and midweek meals. What better on a cold winter’s night than a steaming bowl of delicious dinner.
Fancy yourself as the next Torvil and Dean? With Christmas fast approaching, there are a number of ice skating rinks popping up all over the UK for the festive period. Most of them open their doors this month and run right through until January, with the majority closing only on Christmas Day. From Cornwall to Cardiff, here’s our pick of the best places to get your skates on this Yuletide
November is upon us. In other words, the nights are drawing in and the mercury is unfortunately heading south. But all is not lost for sun seekers. From the Canaries to the Balearics, there are still places to get some sunshine this winter without having to travel too far.
There’s no denying it, the clocks have gone back, the nights are drawing in and winter will soon be upon us. The UK long-range weather forecasters have issued their annual ‘enough snowfall to resurrect the mammoth’ threats and everyone’s suitably bummed out. You may as well stop enjoying the clement autumn weather and give up on life for the next five months. Just kidding.
It’s that time of year: It’s getting harder to crawl out from underneath the sheets in the mornings and the temperature of your showers is slowly creeping up. But even though the leaves are falling from the trees and it’s getting colder, you want to delay putting on the heating for just a little longer. Besides wearing every item of clothing you own at the same time, there are a few alternative ways to keep your home warm before you finally crack and run for the thermostat. Money Diary: Saving To Buy A House In Yorkshire 7 Ways To Fake More Space At Hom
The best thing about the arrival of the colder weather has to be the promise of a wardrobe revamp. Gone are the denim jackets and lightweight parkas and out come the heavy duty outerwear: the faux fur coats, the shearling jackets and the wool capes. To help you decide which winter coats to invest in this year, we’ve searched high and low for the most on trend – and affordable – options available on the high street, so you can stay warm without compromising on style. Celebrity wardrobe malfunctions that stole the show 9 feminist slogan statements to wear loud and proud
Google has analyzed millions of searches related to apparel between May 2014 to May 2016 and created their second fashion trends report. The data was collated across markets in the United States and United Kingdom and details the most sought after fashion trends of the year. Rising trends were put into three categories: those that are here to stay, seasonal risers and trends that are soon to be forgotten. We took a look at it and broke down what you should be adding to your wardrobe and what should be tossed.
There are approximately 25-30 million real Christmas trees sold in the U.S. every year… and an estimated 47.1 million Americans on Pinterest. What does that mean? Tons of DIY Christmas tree trends at the Internet user’s fingertips. We’ve sifted through cyberspace to narrow down some of this year’s top Christmas tree trends.
by Kristi Mikesky As the temperature continues to drop, the need for a killer coat becomes imminent. With so many to choose from, shopping for the perfect piece can be tricky. We’ve rounded up the gorgeous outerwear celebs have already been rocking this season. Score their exact styles for yourself (or simply re-create the look) for a foolproof way to look chic and stay warm this winter.