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Chef invents ketchup squares

‘Ketchup leather’ was invented by LA based chef Ernesto Uchimura, at the restaurant named Plan Check.

Someone put a McDonalds meal under a windscreen wiper

A driver pimped his / her ride by adding new additions to it – in the form of a Big Mac and 6 piece nuggets.

5 foods to eat in November

November. The month in the northern hemisphere where things start to get a little dark and gloomy. The days are shorter, the is weather colder…but, the food is great. November is one of the best times of year in terms of seasonal produce. During the run up to Thanksgiving and Christmas, the supermarket shelves are stocked with the freshest food ...

The Cereal Killer Cafe twins have released a cookbook

The Cereal Killer cafe which now has a shop in Camden as well as Brick Lane, has received dare we say a mixed response since their launch last year.

The anti-gentrification protest recently is only one example. Now they have released a book going off their cereal brand offering recipes which essentially equate to cooking Cocoa Pop Brownies.

The front cover of this book by the  'most hated restaurant owners in London' may imply that it is for children.

This is however not the case as you can quickly tell:

It appears to try and attract the 90s nostalgia audience, with its Keery twins cut out masks and 1990s annual style design.



Autumnal abundance: A novice’s guide to wild mushrooms


The season of autumn signifies the coming of rain, the end of summer and the impending inevitability of winter, but it’s not all doom and gloom. With autumn comes lush green grass, beautiful autumn leaves, and the main reason for this article; mushrooms. It’s my first autumn in 2 years because I was travelling around the world and residing in places ...

Scotland to ban genetically modified crops

Crop field

Richard Lochhead, Scotland’s rural secretary has confirmed that the country is set to place a ban on the growth of GM crops. His announcement means that Scotland will be the latest to join a host of other countries, such as Saudi Arabia and Algeria in banning these so-called biotech crops.

Bigorexia; a compulsion to get bigger and bigger

Gym, weights

  Eating disorders affect approximately seven hundred and twenty five thousand people in the UK, according to recent statistics published by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Approximately ninety percent of those that are affected by an eating disorder are women ( Common eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia and binge eating. There have been many celebrities and notable public figures that have suffered from ...

Spicy food: The latest health cure?

Published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), a seven year study by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences has concluded that regular consumption of spicy goods may lower long-term mortality risks. In a study group of  487,375 participants, 20,224 died over the period. Mortality risks were 14% lower in participants who consumed spicy foods six or seven times a week than those ...

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