Around 350,000 people worldwide have almost completed Veganuary, switching to a vegan diet in January and following in the footsteps of stars such as Ariana Grande, Joaquin Phoenix and Chris Packham. Linda Stewart asks three Northern Ireland people why they’ve decided to abstain from animal produce.
It's easy to get stuck in a rut with your vegetable choices - peas with everything, carrot sticks at every opportunity, avocado brunches on repeat. But between New Year health kicks and talk of 'veganuary', as well as guideline recommendations swerving from five portions of fruit and veg-a-day to a whopping 10, you can be forgiven for finding the veg aisle a bit stressful. So, to reinvigorate your culinary possibilities in regards to the green stuff, and get 2020 off to a positive - but still very tasty - start, take a little inspiration from these plant-heavy cookbooks...
Whether it was making jam with their grandmother, coming home from school to the smell of stew on the stove or a homemade apple pie in the oven, the residents of one Co Antrim nursing home have delighted in sharing their food memories with the celebrity chef Jenny Bristow.
This Saturday (May 18) is World Whiskey Day and Irish whiskey will be firmly in the spotlight as part of the global celebrations. The good news is that to join in, all you need is a bottle of whiskey to share with some friends.
During the past few months, the owners of Northern Ireland's oldest and most beautiful properties opened their doors to reveal their fascinating histories in our special Weekend magazine interview series. Now, they share with Lorraine Wylie a slice of their culinary past by revealing some favourite family recipes
January is of course the month we ditch bad habits and embark on new ones - ones that are supposed to be healthier, better for our mental wellbeing, more efficient, economical and joy-bringing. Which sounds like quite a lot of hard work.
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