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Devon cooks urged to beat cancer with brunch

Authored by Mary

PEOPLE across Devon are being urged to bite back at cancer by putting Sunday brunch on the menu this autumn.

An array of celebrity chefs, including Jamie Oliver and Tom Kerridge, have joined forces to encourage foodies and fundraisers alike to cook up some cash for Stand Up To Cancer.

The joint fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 aims to get new cancer...

Cooking for family and preparing intimate meals for two - the two most enjoyable ways to use culinary skills

Authored by Property News

Cooking a wholesome meal for the family is the very best way to spend time in the kitchen, according to a survey from David Wilson Homes across Plymouth.

Asking 2,000 people which type of cooking they like best, the five star housebuilder received an overwhelming response - with more than half of those asked saying they’d rather feed their closest relatives than rustle up an intimate...

Collaton St Mary Primary School get their hands dirty with Manna from Devon Cooking School

Authored by Danielle Camp

After two days of muddy hands, stomping feet and plenty of smiling faces, David Jones of Manna from Devon Cooking School, along with the pupils of Collaton St Mary Primary School have created the school’s first wood fired oven, ready for outdoor learning, Forest School activities and food education classes, PTFA fundraising and social events.

David has volunteered his time for the two...

Exeter ‘Come Dine With We’ star raises money for food charity

Authored by Glen King

Exeter-based PR Consultant Glen King, with clients across the South West, celebrated her TV debut on popular Channel 4 programme, ‘Come Dine with Me’ by hosting a special event to raise awareness for Exeter Foodbank.

Glen organised an evening for close friends and family at the luxurious kitchen showroom Sapphire Living Space located at Topsham which was sponsored by V-Zug. Guests were...

Food Revolution Day

Food Revolution Day on 17 May is a global day of action for people to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills. It’s a chance for people to come together within their homes, schools, workplaces and communities to cook and share their kitchen skills, food knowledge and resources. Food Revolution Day aims to raise awareness about the importance of good food and better food education for everyone by focusing on three simple actions – cook it, share it, live it. The first Food Revolution Day took place on 19 May 2012 with more than 1,000 events in 664 cities across 62 countries...

Great Fun Holiday Jammy Thumbprint Cookies

Authored by Live Love Eat

Here at Live Love Eat we thought we would let you in to our not so secret, secret recipe: Jammy Thumbprint Cookies

This is a great favourite for both children and adults a like. They can be a great holiday baking activity, a treat for a family member or something to put a smile on your colleagues faces.

Simply follow the link to find out how to make them:

http://www....

Win a Kitchen Aid with The In-toto Bake-a-Cake Competition

Authored by Live Love Eat

Live Love Eat is very excited about this new baking competition.

To mark its 21st anniversary, In-toto Kitchens Exeter has launched its Bake-a-Cake competition, offering keen cooks a chance to win a Kitchen Aid mixer!

For more information on this completion and details on how to enter click here:

http://www.liveloveeat.co.uk/index.php/news-stand/latest-blog-posts/153...

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