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Making Seafood Linguine

Seafood linguine is one of the best seafood dishes that you can make, in my humble opinion. It is a fairly simple dish to make and prepare, provided you make some basic shortcuts, and can be finished in as short as 20 minutes. Your first step is to fry some vegetables. Usually, these will just consist of onions and garlic, but you can add some chilli peppers and bell peppers... Read More

Preparing & Cooking Food Safely

It’s always best to practice good hand-washing before handling any food, as well washing hands after handling raw meat, after handling the bin, and after going to the toilet. failure to adhere to these basic hygiene practices will result in the spread of germs and harmful bacteria’s such as E. coli,  Salmonella and Campylobacter, which can make a person ill with... Read More

Spaghetti Atterrati Recipe By Jamie Oliver

If your looking for a tasty Italian recipe by Jamie Oliver that cooks in 30 minutes, then read on. To start gather the main ingredients for the dish from your local supermarket, but select the finest quality ingredients you can find; the best paces to go for the finest quality ingredients is Sainsbury’s or Waitrose (you can also use Ocado online shop who have the... Read More

Tuna Pasta Bake With A Twist

Tuna and Pasta Bake is one of the most easiest dishes to make, all you need is a few simple ingredients and you can create something very tasty. You will need: 600g rigatoni 50g butter 50g plain flour 600ml milk 250g strong cheddar , grated 2 x 160g cans tuna steak in spring water, drained 330g can sweetcorn , drained 4 or 5 medium sized king Edwards potatoes large handful... Read More

Meat Free Spaghetti Bolognese.

Have you ever thought about trying meat-free mince Spaghetti Bolognese? Well if you haven’t then it may be time to rustle up those ingredients and prepare to make something awesome! If you are a meaty person and want something meaty then you can always add soy sauce to the mince when cooked to give it that extra taste, but don’t use to much and use a mix then... Read More