Tag Archives: cooking

Foodie Friday: Chilli Quorn Carne

This recipe is not only healthy, but it’s also quick and cheap with the whole recipe costing under £5 to make! Here’s our take on Chilli Quorn Carne.

Posted in Food | Leave a comment

Quirky Easter baking ideas

It’s Easter time, when the frost melts, the flowers bloom, and everything warms up. Including your oven.

Posted in Food, Lifestyle | Leave a comment

Foodie Friday: the perfect lasagne

Lasagne is a great meal to make for a group of people, or just for yourself when cooking in bulk. Try out this relatively easy recipe. The time you put into it is definitely worth the wait when you taste the end result!

Posted in Food, Health, Studenthood | Leave a comment

Get cooking in the student kitchen

Catherine Talbot provides a fresher’s guide to some easy student meals.

Posted in Food, Lifestyle, Studenthood | Leave a comment

Student Cook of the Year Competition

Do you reckon you have what it takes to be the Student Cook of the Year? Alistair Berry tells us more.

Posted in Food, Lifestyle, News, Studenthood | Leave a comment

Simply Stir Fry!

Stir Fry’s are not only tasty but also very healthy, simple and quick to make.

Posted in Food, Lifestyle, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Seven Step Sweet Chilli Salmon

Learn how to make this scrumptious serving of salmon with a spicy twist with Lewis Woollard’s quick, simple recipe.

Posted in Food, Lifestyle, Studenthood | Leave a comment

Fresh-ers food tips

Emma Tinson gives us some handy pointers on how to create simple and affordable meals whilst at university!

Posted in Food, Lifestyle, Studenthood, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Student cooking made easy peasy, ‘Lemon Squeezy’

Sick of Pot Noodles and beans on toast? A website is providing students with cooking alternatives. Laura Crouch reports.

Posted in Food, Lifestyle | Leave a comment

MasterChef winner offers students cookery master class

MasterChef winner, Tim Anderson, gave students at the University of Lincoln a cookery demonstration. David Wriglesworth went along to see him cook up a storm.

Posted in Food | Leave a comment