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Europe made foodies of us all

Brexit brings back memories of runny Ski yogurt and thin jam. The European Union changed...

16.07.18. 01:00

Down by the Kent seaside: ‘People don’t know what fish is...

Thanet boasts the biggest fishing industry in the south-east. So why do most of its chip shops only serve frozen fish?On a clear day, you can see as far as France; the coast of Pas-de-Calais glimpsed across the milky green water...

16.07.17. 14:00

Cabernet and kimchi? Or syrah and sashimi?

The rise of new cuisines, whether Asian or Scandinavian, has led to a search for wines to match themSometimes a wine and food match is so harmonious it makes you wonder which part of the combination came first.

16.07.17. 13:30

Clean eating and dirty burgers: how food became a matter of morals

The British have long associated delicious food with depraved indulgence, and now we have virtuous meals that are good for the soul.

16.07.17. 13:30

Nigel Slater’s perfect high-summer recipes

Keep cool in the kitchen and on the plate with Nigel Slater’s white peach jelly, roast chicken salad with sweet cherries and asparagus and prawn tartHigh summer, and the point in the cook’s year when the kitchen can relax a little.

16.07.17. 13:00

Norman Cook: I texted Jamie Oliver to ask how much a glug of oil is

The chart-topping DJ on Oscar parties, cooking in rehab – and why he never snacks while workingThe whole family was strictly vegetarian until I was seven, so I consumed a huge amount of cheese, milk and nut roasts in Reigate.

16.07.17. 10:30

Frozen in Time: Elton John, Caribou studios, Colorado, June 1975

A frugal breakfast for the star – and friend – during the recording of Rock of the Westies, photographed by Terry O’NeillAt his 1970s peak, with seven US No 1 albums in four years...

16.07.17. 10:00

The secrets of The Great British Bake Off’s success

Outside the Bake Off tent, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry reflect on Britain’s most popular TV show – plus six of their favourite recipesIf, for some bizarre reason...

16.07.17. 10:00

Taste test: peanut butter, strawberry jam, seeded breads and sourdough

Food writer Felicity Cloake tests the best breads and spreads (with help from Wilf the dog) Continue reading..

16.07.17. 09:30

China’s best-kept food secret, revealed by Fuchsia Dunlop

Fuchsia Dunlop on her passion for the Jiangnan cuisine, plus recipes from her new book, including oil-exploded prawns and clear-steamed sea bassIn the fourth century, a Chinese official, Zhang Han...

16.07.17. 09:00

Welcome to September’s OFM

The return of Bake Off, with recipes from every series, plus Fuchsia Dunlop’s new book and Norman Cook’s Life on a PlateBake Off is back.

16.07.17. 09:00

Why do so many people choose dull ‘death row’ meals?

Timothy McVeigh asked for ice cream, others want a can of Coke. And it’s not only killers who are so unimaginative in their choice of a last meal on earthWhere death is concerned I am with Woody Allen: I’m not afraid of it...

16.07.14. 13:00

The original master chefs

In postwar London, stylish gentleman amateurs could try their hand at being restaurateurs.

16.06.20. 09:00

5 Nigel Slater recipes for early summer

The best of early-season fruits and herbs, from a mango and ginger salad with roast chicken to pistachio and lemon thyme biscuitsThe summer brings with it a change of step in the kitchen.

16.06.19. 13:00

The 20 best wines for summer

What’s the perfect white or rosé to go with grilled fish? Where can you get a bargain red or fizz for the barbecue?

16.06.19. 13:00

OFM’s classic cookbooks: Lulu’s Provençal Table by Richard Olney

In 1994, revered food writer Richard Olney gathered recipes from his favourite cook.

16.06.19. 13:00

Nadiya Hussain: ‘I have a senseless love affair with cheese’

The Bake Off winner recalls childhood curries and explains why she didn’t get into baking until she was a teenagerGrowing up in Luton, we’d always eat on a cloth, placed on the floor of the living room, with no TV allowed.

16.06.19. 12:00

Nicola Adams: ‘After I won gold, I went to McDonald’s for the hell of it’

The Olympic and World champion boxer on her pre-packed diet – and why she won’t give up FrostiesI train for at least two hours, three times a day – weights, bench-press, push-ups, running, sparring...

16.06.19. 10:00

Becky Downie: In this sport, extra pounds means extra pounds of impact on joints

The champion gymnast on how her whole family adjusted their diet to suit her needsI started in the gym at seven years old – I enjoyed bouncing around.

16.06.19. 10:00

Mark Cavendish: ‘I’d eat one multi-bag of crisps. And then another’

The cyclist on his fondness for junk food and what he’s learned about nutritionMy mother told me that whenever she’d try to breastfeed me as a baby I’d push her away.

16.06.19. 10:00

The Brownlee brothers: ‘We have a craving for cakes but we must control it’

Triathlon medal winners Alistair and Jonny Brownlee on the role of food in sport (porridge good, Skittles – not so much)Jonathan For four years after leaving home, we lived together, sharing a kitchen...

16.06.19. 10:00

Sophie Hahn: I have to follow a food formula – but Mum’s cooking is best

The 100m world record holder in the T38 class shouldn’t have Mum’s Sunday roast – but sometimes she does. And the curry. And the crumbleRecently, a group of us athletes have been getting together for “kitchen coaching”.

16.06.19. 10:00

Len Deighton's new Cookstrips No.18: Fried chicken

The Fourth of July is around the corner. Celebrate Independence Day with a dish the Americans have perfected: fried chicken.

16.06.19. 09:00

Welcome to June’s Observer Food Monthly

As summer kicks in, we have early-season herb and fruit recipes from Nigel Slater, a look at what fuels our Olympic athletes...

16.06.19. 09:00

Jay Rayner: thou shalt eat veg!

In an extract from his new book The Ten (Food) Commandments, the restaurant critic and confirmed carnivore explains how he learned to love vegetablesA weekday lunchtime and I am standing by my stove doing something appalling.

16.06.19. 09:00

The prophets of modern dieting want you to feel guilty about food

There have always been diet books – and they’ve always been stupid. But now they have added a moral dimensionEvery Sunday in the centre of Brixton, a group of Afro-Caribbean women of a certain age...

16.06.16. 13:00

Taste test: High street lunchtime salads and sandwiches

For lunching al desko or grabbing a bite on the run, Bill Granger rates your optionsEAT, West Country cheddar ploughmans, £3.29Generous with good strong cheddar. The chutney has body and flavour.

16.05.16. 12:00

Crepes, cocktails and the ghosts of Soho’s long-gone restaurants

Buried in a 1930s volume, I find lavish descriptions of London’s top restaurants and discover eating out has changed less than you thinkSo far, the V&A hasn’t been in touch about my idea that it should mount an exhibition...

16.05.16. 09:00

Marcus Samuelsson: the restaurant king of Harlem

Born in Ethiopia, adopted in Sweden, star chef in America. Marcus Samuelsson cooked for the Obamas, now he’s coming to London.

16.05.15. 15:30

Red Zeppelin or rioja roll? Match your wine to music

It’s fun to pair drinks with music – but it’s also a vivid way to communicate a wine’s characterDomaine Alain Chavy Les Chenes 2011 is a rather good, oak-influenced dry white from one of France’s most celebrated regions...

16.05.15. 15:00

15 brilliant Nigel Slater recipes from 2001 to today

To celebrate Observer Food Monthly’s 15th birthday, Nigel Slater shares his favourite dishes from 1,000 created for the magazine – and others never seen beforeRecipes have always been at the heart of OFM.

16.05.15. 13:00

Mary Portas: ‘I put a shell round myself to get through life’

The Queen of Shops on Vesta curries, growing up in a large family – and the pain of losing both her parents as a teenagerLunch with Mary Portas presents something of a sartorial challenge.

16.05.15. 12:00

Eleonora Galasso’s Roman recipes: five Italian classics

Bucatini with clams, vegetable tortino and grandma’s custard pie: traditional-with-a-twist...

16.05.15. 11:00

Welcome to Observer Food Monthly’s 15th birthday issue

Gorgeous Roman cooking, Chris Packham’s wild life on a plate, and 15 specially chosen recipes from meWelcome to OFM’s special 15th birthday issue and, immediately...

16.05.15. 09:00

Chris Packham: ‘So I was sharing this ice cream in the park with my dogs…’

A hatred of sprouts, a mug of blood with a Masai tribe and a physiological need for Indian meals – the naturalist shares his most memorable food experiencesMy earliest memory is repugnance towards over-cooked sprouts...

16.05.15. 09:00

Len Deighton's new Cookstrips No. 17: Macarons

Don’t be intimidated by macarons. They only have three ingredients: almonds, sugar and egg whites. Combine to the right viscosity and they’ll succeed every time. Continue reading..

16.05.15. 09:00

Frozen in time: Bob Dylan at home with his son, June 1968

In a year of major social conflicts, Bob Dylan retreats from fame to become a stay-at-home dad in bucolic WoodstockFor America, 1968 was a convulsive year: riots, assassinations, Vietnam and the election in November of Richard Nixon.

16.05.15. 09:00

Ham and the curse of 'first world problems'

It is possible to disapprove of machine-cut jamon and to feel outrage over Syria at the same time.

16.05.12. 13:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 4

Steamed fish Cantonese style, Mongolian lamb fire pot and ma po tofu - great Chinese recipes from Ken Hom, Yan-kit So and Jeremy PangSteaming fish is a great southern Chinese tradition, and it is my favourite method of cooking fish.

16.05.05. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 4

Steamed fish Cantonese style, Mongolian lamb fire pot and ma po tofu - great Chinese recipes from Ken Hom, Yan-kit So and Jeremy PangSteaming fish is a great southern Chinese tradition, and it is my favourite method of cooking fish.

16.05.05. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 3

From Andrew Wong’s dry-braised beef in oyster sauce to Lucky Peach’s kung pao...

16.05.04. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 3

From Andrew Wong’s dry-braised beef in oyster sauce to Lucky Peach’s kung pao...

16.05.04. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 2

Stuffed squid, a classic Peking duck and stir-fried clams: OFM’s collection of Chinese...

16.05.03. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 2

Stuffed squid, a classic Peking duck and stir-fried clams: OFM’s collection of Chinese...

16.05.03. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 1

The first instalment of Observer Food Monthly’s collection of the best Chinese recipes, including dishes from Kenneth Lo and Fuchsia DunlopTomorrow: best Chinese recipes part 2Simple as it is...

16.05.02. 09:00

20 best Chinese recipes: part 1

The first instalment of Observer Food Monthly’s collection of the best Chinese recipes, including dishes from Kenneth Lo and Fuchsia DunlopTomorrow: best Chinese recipes part 2Simple as it is...

16.05.02. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 4

Cod and ginger congee, green garlic pudding soufflé and rhubarb meringue pie: great spring recipes from Uyen Luu, Alice Waters and Nigella LawsonThis congee recipe is healing, invigorating and refreshing.

16.04.28. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 4

Cod and ginger congee, green garlic pudding soufflé and rhubarb meringue pie: great spring recipes from Uyen Luu, Alice Waters and Nigella LawsonThis congee recipe is healing, invigorating and refreshing.

16.04.28. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 3

Claire Ptak’s mozzarella and new potato tarts, Vivek Singh’s mace and cardamom grilled lamb...

16.04.27. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 3

Claire Ptak’s mozzarella and new potato tarts, Vivek Singh’s mace and cardamom grilled lamb...

16.04.27. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 2

More delicious spring recipes including asparagus with morels, poached chicken, and vegetables ‘a la Grecque’20 best spring recipes part 3The breasts of smaller birds, such as pigeons, are perfect for grilling...

16.04.26. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 2

More delicious spring recipes including asparagus with morels, poached chicken, and vegetables ‘a la Grecque’Tomorrow: 20 best spring recipes part 3The breasts of smaller birds, such as pigeons, are perfect for grilling...

16.04.26. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 1

The first instalment of Observer Food Monthly’s selection of brilliant spring recipes, including dishes from Nigel Slater, Yotam Ottolenghi and Angela Hartnett 20 best spring recipes part 2The quickest of spring suppers.

16.04.25. 09:00

20 best spring recipes: part 1

The first instalment of Observer Food Monthly’s selection of brilliant spring recipes, including dishes from Nigel Slater, Yotam Ottolenghi and Angela Hartnett Tomorrow: 20 best spring recipes part 2The quickest of spring suppers.

16.04.25. 09:00

Breakfast wars: when the hipster diner comes to town

You know your area is on the way up when your neighbours develop an overwhelming desire to spend too much money on croissants and sourdoughIt was our neighbour, Richard B, who first mentioned it.

16.04.18. 09:00

Breakfast wars: when the hipster diner comes to town

You know your area is on the way up when your neighbours develop an overwhelming desire to spend too much money on croissants and sourdoughIt was our neighbour, Richard B, who first mentioned it.

16.04.18. 09:00

The irresistible charm of prosecco

When it comes to sparkling wine, we are all northeastern Italians nowIt’s an early spring afternoon in the Piazza dei Signori in the heart of Padua in the Veneto, north-east Italy.

16.04.17. 14:00

The irresistible charm of prosecco

When it comes to sparkling wine, we are all northeastern Italians nowIt’s an early spring afternoon in the Piazza dei Signori in the heart of Padua in the Veneto, north-east Italy.

16.04.17. 14:00

Damien Hirst and Mark Hix: ‘We could do Viagra oysters at the restaurant’

The artist and the restaurateur behind Pharmacy 2 form a comic double act with tales of magic mushrooms, mortuaries, and why ‘food is like art without the evidence’Damien Hirst has arrived early for lunch at Scott’s in Mayfair...

16.04.17. 13:30

Damien Hirst and Mark Hix: ‘We could do Viagra oysters at the restaurant’

The artist and the restaurateur behind Pharmacy 2 form a comic double act with tales of magic mushrooms, mortuaries, and why ‘food is like art without the evidence’Damien Hirst has arrived early for lunch at Scott’s in Mayfair...

16.04.17. 13:30

My life in San Francisco’s restaurant alley

The customers were bad, the bosses worse: novelist Kathleen Alcott recalls her days in the food tradeMy first tastes of fine food were just that – mouthfuls, just enough that I could later describe the dishes to diners...

16.04.17. 13:00

My life in San Francisco’s restaurant alley

The customers were bad, the bosses worse: novelist Kathleen Alcott recalls her days in the food tradeMy first tastes of fine food were just that – mouthfuls, just enough that I could later describe the dishes to diners...

16.04.17. 13:00

The art of service: secrets of the maître d’

A great meal is about much more than food – and it’s the people who work front of house who know how to make you feel specialFred Sirieix, general manager, Galvin at Windows Related: I'm a waiter, I enjoy it – and no...

16.04.17. 12:30

The art of service: secrets of the maître d’

A great meal is about much more than food – and it’s the people who work front of house who know how to make you feel specialFred Sirieix, general manager, Galvin at Windows Related: I'm a waiter, I enjoy it – and no...

16.04.17. 12:30

Len Deighton's new Cookstrips No. 16: Gnocchi di patate

There’s no definitive recipe. Every nonna has her own. I use minimal flour (normally “00” but plain is also fine), minimal egg and minimal kneading. For extra-light gnocchi, I also use some self-raising flour, but don’t tell nonna.

16.04.17. 09:30

From east to west: seven recipes from Sabrina Ghayour

Cumin-roasted aubergine, spiced lamb kebab, dark chocolate cake: recipes from Sabrina Ghayour’s new book SiroccoCookbooks can be a slow business.

16.04.17. 09:30

From east to west: seven recipes from Sabrina Ghayour

Cumin-roasted aubergine, spiced lamb kebab, dark chocolate cake: recipes from Sabrina Ghayour’s new book SiroccoCookbooks can be a slow business.

16.04.17. 09:30

Len Deighton's new Cookstrips No. 16: Gnocchi di patate

There’s no definitive recipe. Every nonna has her own. I use minimal flour (normally “00” but plain is also fine), minimal egg and minimal kneading. For extra-light gnocchi, I also use some self-raising flour, but don’t tell nonna.

16.04.17. 09:30

Taste test: sweet biscuits

Nuts about ginger, digestives or shortbread? Lily Vanilli blind-tests Britain’s best cookies McVitie’sMilk Chocolate Digestives300g, £1.50, ocado.comA slight caramelised sugar flavour. You can taste the grain.

16.04.17. 09:00

Frozen in time: Julie Christie in the supermarket queue, June 1965

In the year the actor’s celebrity went stratospheric, Julie Christie could be found looking bored at the checkoutQueuing up for groceries amid resigned-looking...

16.04.17. 09:00

OFM’s classic cookbooks: Patience Gray’s Honey From a Weed

In the second of our series celebrating vintage books from our kitchen shelves, Jeremy Lee shares his love for Honey From a WeedIt was 1986.

16.04.17. 09:00

Welcome to April’s Observer Food Monthly

It’s a special issue on front of house, with tips and comments from top maître d’s – and a clarion call to end the practice of tippingEnough of chefs, let’s hear it for the front of house.

16.04.17. 09:00

Frozen in time: Julie Christie in the supermarket queue, June 1965

In the year the actor’s celebrity went stratospheric, Julie Christie could be found looking bored at the checkoutQueuing up for groceries amid resigned-looking...

16.04.17. 09:00

Taste test: sweet biscuits

Nuts about ginger, digestives or shortbread? Lily Vanilli blind-tests Britain’s best cookies McVitie’sMilk Chocolate Digestives300g, £1.50, ocado.comA slight caramelised sugar flavour. You can taste the grain.

16.04.17. 09:00

Welcome to April’s Observer Food Monthly

It’s a special issue on front of house, with tips and comments from top maître d’s – and a clarion call to end the practice of tippingEnough of chefs, let’s hear it for the front of house.

16.04.17. 09:00

OFM’s classic cookbooks: Patience Gray’s Honey From a Weed

In the second of our series celebrating vintage books from our kitchen shelves, Jeremy Lee shares his love for Honey From a WeedIt was 1986.

16.04.17. 09:00

Arianna Huffington: ‘No one should have phones on the table at a meal'

The co-founder of the Huffington Post on her Greek mother’s cooking and modern eating etiquetteI grew up in a one-bedroom apartment in Athens with my mother and sister. Life centred on food for Mother.

16.04.17. 09:00

Arianna Huffington: ‘No one should have phones on the table at a meal'

The co-founder of the Huffington Post on her Greek mother’s cooking and modern eating etiquetteI grew up in a one-bedroom apartment in Athens with my mother and sister. Life centred on food for Mother.

16.04.17. 09:00

It’s time for restaurants to get rid of tips | Jay Rayner

The system of service charges is crass, inefficient and demeaning. Let’s end itI am a control freak and as such completely unsuited to my job as a restaurant critic.

16.04.14. 13:00

Why do luxury hotels have to treat us like children?

From lollies at reception to posh chocs in the bedroom, everything has to be sugar-coated – and I hate itPeople worry about the way sugar is pushed at children. But it’s happening to the rest of us, too.

16.03.21. 01:00

Caitlin Moran: ’Politics is so dated. It’s like...

She’s working on two film scripts, a TV series and a novel, but can still squeeze in time to talk childhood mealtimes...

16.03.20. 12:00

For wine producers, small is beautiful – but big is useful

Size isn’t everything in a vineyard – but it mattersWhen it comes to questions of size, there’s a kind of inverse-machismo at work in the wine business.

16.03.20. 11:30

Chris Hoy: ‘If I smell a burger stand, I get nervous...

The Olympic cyclist on eating 15 Danish pastries while training, plus the food hell of the 1996 Moscow gamesI was desperate to get a black and gold Raleigh Super Burner when I was six but the price was £105, which felt like a million.

16.03.20. 11:00

Claus Meyer: the other man from Noma

The Danish TV cookery show host and entrepreneur helped create the world’s best restaurant and turn Copenhagen into a leading dining destination. Next stop: New YorkIn the centre of Copenhagen is something distinctly un-Danish.

16.03.20. 10:30

Peter Gordon's six delicious salad recipes

Chilli-roast sweet potatoes, smoked mackerel with beetroot and more delicious recipes from Peter Gordon’s new cookbook.

16.03.20. 10:00

Taste test: Easter eggs and hot cross buns

Michel Roux Jr tastes and rates the high street eggs, from children’s favourites to luxury grown-up treatsCharbonnel et WalkerPeter Rabbit Egg115g, £15, selfridges.comBeautiful. This almost looks French.

16.03.20. 09:00

Welcome to March’s Observer Food Monthly

Great recipes plus the OFM 50: our annual list of the people, places and ingredients that are exciting us in the world of food.It’s time for the OFM 50: our annual list of people, restaurants, producers...

16.03.20. 09:00

Len Deighton’s new Cookstrips No. 15: Cannelés

Great cannelés bring to mind creme brulee: crackling exterior surrounding soft custard. Despite the finicky reputation, they aren’t difficult to make.

16.03.20. 09:00

The OFM 50: what we love about the world of food in 2016

From Heston Blumenthal’s sweet shop to the policeman turned pie-maker, here (in no particular order) are 50 of Observer Food Monthly’s favourite thingsWith rock god hair, skintight jeans and leopardskin boots...

16.03.20. 09:00

Nigel Slater’s dreamy cheese recipes

Nigel Slater celebrates the subtler side of cheese, with mascarpone-filled trifles and buratta with chicoryLast week, I sat down to a lunch that included a fresh goats’ cheese, as white as chalk and mousse-like in texture.

16.03.20. 09:00

Cumbrian sheep, Veronese pasta – the protection of food culture can go too far

The mayor of Verona has banned new restaurants selling mostly ‘ethnic’ food - but surely the city’s pasta joints can hold their own against kebabs?Deeply distasteful news arrives from Verona where the mayor, Flavio Tosi...

16.03.17. 13:00

Vivek Singh and the Indian dishes with stories to tell

Observer Food Monthly joins the Cinnamon Club chef on a Diwali tour of India with...

16.02.23. 01:00

A trip to India with chef Vivek Singh - in pictures

Allan Jenkins joins chef Vivek Singh on a Diwali food tour of India, visiting Kolkata and Hyderabad Continue reading..

16.02.23. 01:00

Super noodles: the rise and rise of ramen

How did a bowl of noodle soup imported from China come to define Japanese food culture? In an extract from his new book, Matt Goulding finds the answerToshiyuki Kamimura eats 400 bowls of ramen a year.

16.02.22. 09:00

The restaurants that shaped my life

I can measure out my life in restaurants from Berni Inns to favourite haunts like Kettner’s.

16.02.22. 08:59

Michael Pollan: ‘I’m uncomfortable with the foodie label’

With his Netflix documentary series Cooked now out, the award-winning journalist discusses bad food in England in the 70s...

16.02.21. 12:30

The Los Angeles fast food revolution

How two of America’s smartest cooks, Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson, plan to bring good food and hope into Watts – and beyond – with their LocoL restaurantAn impromptu breakdance circle has emerged in the parking lot.

16.02.21. 12:00

A cheeky little wine column

It’s easy to scoff at some descriptions of wine – the trick lies in blending science and artWine talk has long been a soft target for satire.

16.02.21. 11:00

Food’s special relationship: five chefs and their suppliers

From pig farmers in Herefordshire to scallop divers on Mull, Britain’s best suppliers develop a bond with the chefs who put their food on the table Back in March 2009...

16.02.21. 10:00

Celia Imrie: ‘I once served my dinner guests deadly nightshade’

Memorable food moments, from curry by moonlight with Maggie Smith and Judi Dench to cornbread with an astronautMy mother was a Debrett’s-listed aristocrat and father a commoner from Glasgow who became a doctor.

16.02.21. 09:30

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Világevő, 16.07.19. 19:33

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Tavaly ott voltam az első Bohém Légyotton, és nem túlzás azt állítani, hogy egy hihetetlenül hangulatos programról van szó, finom borokkal, jó hangulattal, nagyon normális emberekkel egy fantasztikus helyen...

Limara péksége, 16.07.17. 17:43

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Chili és Vanília, 16.07.15. 20:15

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Vasárnap délelőtt, lassan ébredezik a város, a Tűzoltó utcai kézműves söröző udvarán azonban már korán reggel nagy az izgalom.

A bűvös szakács, 16.07.05. 09:41

Iskolatáska teszt

Nyakunkon az iskolakezdés. Ilyenkor minden szülőnél felmerül a kérdés, milyen szempontok alapján válasszon iskolaszereket a gyermeknek.

Chili és Vanília, 16.07.04. 09:21

Sütés nélküli sajttorta csatos üvegben

A Nők Lapja mostani számában amerikai ihletésű recepteket találtok tőlem: hamburger tépett sertéshússal, nyári lazacleves csöves kukoricával, ragacsos, csípős csirkeszárny, többek között.

Limara péksége, 16.06.29. 14:19

Ropogós sajtgolyók

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