The holidays are upon us and you may be readying to cook up a storm this Christmas... But before you get your oven mitts on, here are a few common mistakes you should know about if you want to avoid food poisoning.
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Los Angeles comedian Kevin Fredericks says he felt "triggered" by a rejiggered recipe for mac and cheese, his favorite Thanksgiving side dish.
Mushrooms are loaded with antioxidants, but to reap the most benefits from the delicious fungi, you should add more porcini to your diet.
Whether you’re trying to cut down your calorie intake or have always wished for a flatter tum , diets can be exhausting. And with winter upon us, a huge bowl of salad is the last thing any of us want to tuck into after getting home from work. Fortunately, increasing research into our eating habits mean that simple, everyday hacks could assist your weight loss without you having to make huge sacrifices. From switching off the television come dinnertime to sitting at the table with friends and family, these are the genius ways to lose weight without having to go on a diet . 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: Low-fat diets could increase your risk of an early death Foods that contain a lot more salt than you think 10 reasons why you should go vegan pronto
Some fridges come with a rack in the door that appears to be a designated egg rack, making it seem like an easy place to store them.
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
The avocado industry is worth billions, and Mexican drug cartels have been shaking down farmers to get a share. But the government and growers are fighting back.
If oranges, grapes and apples are regulars on your grocery list, you need to take note. With the latter being most commonly listed on the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) Dirty Dozen list, ensuring you remove residual pesticides is important.. This year, apples were listed as number four when it comes to produce with the highest amount of pesticide residue – just behind strawberries, spinach and nectarines. Why are apples particularly pesticide-laden?
Drinking at least one glass of red wine each week could boost a woman's fertility, a new study has found. Scientists believe that this could be because red wine is rich in resveratrol, an antioxidant found in the skins of grapes, blueberries, and raspberries. The Times reports that researchers at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri examined the link between alcohol consumption and female fertility by asking 135 women aged between 18 and 44 to keep a diary of everything they drank each month.