There are few items in the culinary spectrum that induce the level of overwhelming, must-have-right-this-minute craving that I feel when the smell of a freshly baked pizza wafts in my direction. Equal parts doughy, greasy and cheesy, pizza has that trifecta of temptation down pat.
Two people in the central Chinese province of Henan have been infected by a new strain of avian influenza, the first cases found in the region and bringing the total number nationwide to 51, Xinhua state news agency said on Sunday.
Shake all ingredients together with ice in a shaker. Strain into a martini glass. Garnish with slices. Pear and basil syrup: Peel and soak in a tightly covered jar 6 ripe pears with 1 cup of water, 1 cup of sugar and basil to taste. Refrigerate for at least three days. Strain and then store syrup in refrigerator.
BRAS do nothing to help support a woman’s breasts and could even be doing damage. Professor Jean-Denis Rouillon of Besançon CHU found in a 15-year study of 330 women that “medically, physiologically and anatomically” breasts gained no benefit from their weight being supported in a bra.
What’s called focaccia in Italy is fougasse in Provence. Fougasse, though, is often shaped like a leaf, which is easy to do and very pretty. The nutty, toasty whole grain bread is irresistible.
The Journal’s Taste food and drink fair at Northumberland County Show has been feeding the public’s growing appetite for top-quality local produce since 2009. JANE HALL finds out what’s on the menu this year IT’S hard to believe that next month will mark the fifth anniversary of Journal Taste and the Northumberland County Show first joining forces to shout loud and proud about all that’s good (an
According to a new study, alcohol consumption by women before or after being diagnosed of breast cancer has no impact on their survival from the disease, reports Medical Xpress.
Over three quarters (77pc) of Irish women believe that ad campaigns selling diet and weight loss foods portray women having an unhealthy relationship with food and 78pc view the models featured in stereotypical ads as having unrealistic, unattainable body shapes, according to a new survey.