The turn of the year is the best time to look back and take stock of what 2014 offered us and hazard a guess as to what 2015 has in store. Do any of these terms ring a bell with you: food truck, pop-up restaurant, insects as food, savoury cocktails or tapas
The sun, the heat, hydration problems and taking part in more outdoor activities… summer can be a testing time for your skin. That's why you need to take even better care of yourself, starting with a healthy, balanced diet, full of fruits and vegetables that are rich in vitamin A, which has been proven to be highly effective at keeping skin healthy. Summertime brings with it a huge range of foods rich in this compound such as apricots, melons, lettuces, carrots, cucumbers and, of course, tomatoes.
The Hermitage Garden in Moscow was filled with magic the weekend of 21 and 22 December. Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the Seasons magazine Christmas Fair, where visitors could experience the wonders of Christmas – buying fir trees, festive decorations and gifts that are not easily found, and sampling traditional food and drink. All in all, it was a unique weekend that also boasted the presence of several renowned chefs.
Christmas is finally here! The most keenly-awaited holidays of the year and their climax – yes, presents! – are about to arrive! Come on, don’t pretend, we all like receiving presents at this time of year. And everyone’s got a sweet tooth, no matter what they might say! Still don’t know what we’re talking about? Then keep reading…
Have you ever cooked with children? If you have, you’ll know that the end result is like a battlefield: flour all over the floor, fingermarks all over the wall, dirty clothes, sticky hair, shrieks, laughter, tears before bedtime… Childhood in its purest state, let’s be honest.
It’s fantastic when the youngest members of the family want to learn to cook. But it’s even more fantastic when cooking pros give them good advice so they don’t leave the kitchen as if the final Judgement Day has arrived.
Christmas is here! In the lounge, the tree is already up and decorated with gleaming baubles and twinkling lights dancing to the melodies of Christmas carols. Almost without us realising, another year has gone by and once again we’re enveloped in the magical, marvellous spirit of Christmas.
1:1, 1:2, 1:3 and 2:3. Do you know what we're talking about? If you're a fan of gin and tonic, you probably do. Basically, those numbers are the ratios of gin and tonic most often used when making a classic G&T. But now it's been restyled with a touch of glamour: gin and tonic with Olive Oil.