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8 of the Best Taco Fillings to Eat Right Now

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7 October 2019

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Maebelle

8 Of the Best Taco Fillings to Eat Right Now

How many of these palm-sized Mexican treats can you knock back in one sitting? We’re thinking a lot.

The traditional way of eating the street food staple is to order your tacos individually, ordering one, then going back for another, and another, until you are practically a taco yourself.

SEE ALSO: 5 Of The Best Places To Eat Tacos In Dubai

Here are some top ways to stuff your taco shells…

Things You Only Know if Autumn is Your Favourite Season for Food

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23 September 2019

Things You Only Know if Autumn is Your Favourite Season for Food

Give us golden leaves, conkers underfoot and dinner from the oven – not the barbecue. The fireworks are a-coming, it’s already getting darker in the evenings, and we’re craving stews, casseroles and roast dinner after roast dinner.

Autumn is finally here, and if you’re anything like us, you’ll appreciate that it’s the best season for cooking, eating and having people over for dinner. Here’s why…

Things You Only Know if You Always Had School Dinners

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2 September 2019

Things You Only Know If You Always Had School Dinners

Today your daily lunch break dilemma is another limp supermarket sandwich, or splashing out an overpriced box of sushi-to-go – as a kid things were far simpler.

Either you were handed a plastic box of food (and hoped that whoever made it had done a big shop on the weekend), or you were on the list for school dinners.

If you were part of the latter camp, we hope you’ll agree with some of this…

4 Health Reasons to Eat Fresh Goji Berries

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29 August 2019

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Maebelle

4 Health Reasons to Eat Fresh Goji Berries

If you’re the type of person that knows their cacao-infused matcha latte from their chia seed pudding, you’ll probably already know that goji berries have some pretty impressive health benefits going for them.

Also known as ‘wolfberries’, these ruby-coloured spheres have been used in Chinese medicine for hundreds of years, but they’ve recently been popularised as a superfood in the Western world.

How to Make 5 Easily Homegrown Herbs Last Beyond Summer

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20 August 2019

How to Make 5 Easily Homegrown Herbs Last Beyond Summer

Want to save your freshly grown herbs? They may have run to seed or look the worse for wear, but it’s easy if you know how.

Some herbs will soon be coming to the end of their natural harvesting period, so here are some top tips on how to pick them to enjoy for months to come.

SEE ALSO: 7 Things To Eat And Drink To Help Beat Disease – According To A Harvard-Trained Doctor

A Dietitian Reveals 5 Healthy and Affordable Breakfast Swaps

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7 August 2019

A Dietitian Reveals 5 Healthy and Affordable Breakfast Swaps

If you’re looking to live a healthier lifestyle, breakfast is a good place to start. It’s the first meal of the day, which means it can often set the tone for how and what you eat later in the afternoon.

That said, most of us live busy lives and – no matter what health bloggers on Instagram might portray – plating up a gourmet breakfast every morning isn’t always realistic. Not only are we often short of time, but plenty of trendy breakfast ‘health’ foods like chia seeds, avocado and nuts are expensive to eat day-in day-out.

4 Summer Berries and Their Amazing Health Benefits

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5 August 2019

4 Summer Berries and Their Amazing Health Benefits

Stir them into yogurt, dust them with cinnamon or eat them straight from the punnet – nothing beats tucking into a bowl of berries on a hot summer’s day.

And beyond tasting great, the nation’s favourite berries have a lot going on in the nutrition stakes too. Packed with disease-fighting antioxidants, digestion-aiding fibre and several vitamins and minerals, consumed regularly as part of an overall balanced diet, these small wonders can do a lot to support our general health.

Why You Should Try the Decadent Art of Eating Alone

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1 August 2019

Why You Should Try the Decadent Art of Eating Alone

Guardian columnist and food writer extraordinaire Felicity Cloake spent last summer – six weeks in fact – cycling around France on a gastronomic tour of the country.

While many meals consisted of a quick croissant snaffled on the road, many involved eating alone in restaurants – Cloake spent a third of the trip accompanied by friends and family, but for two-thirds it was just her, two panniers and her trusty bike, Eddie.

9 Ways to Get Your Strawberry and Cream Fix

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2 July 2019

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Maebelle

9 Ways to Get Your Strawberry and Cream Fix

The likes of Serena Williams, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will be taking to the pristine grass courts of Wimbledon in their equally pristine whites this week.

And while they’ll likely be sticking with their nutritionist-approved diets, for the rest of us, the tennis tournament means one thing: Strawberries and cream – and lots of it.

SEE ALSO: 7 Magical Beauty And The Beast Inspired Desserts

Things You Only Know if a Bad Meal Ruins Your Mood

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1 July 2019

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Maebelle

Things You Only Know if a Bad Meal Ruins Your Mood

If being let down after a bad meal is a feeling that fills you with dread, we understand your pain.

And so, you’ll know where we’re coming from with this lot…

You can’t be blamed for looking forward to a meal out. You get dressed up, you book a babysitter, you check the restaurant menu beforehand and know exactly what you’re going to order – if it goes wrong, all that excitement was for absolutely nothing. Of course you’re going to resent it!

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