Gluten free hot n spicy cheese scones

Last week I launched the Lincolnshire Co-operative's guest bloggers site with my gluten free macaroni and cheese recipe. One of the many reasons that I started blogging about gluten free food is because I wanted to share my love of food, cookery and baking with those who not only follow a gluten free diet, but... Continue Reading →

The Roux Scholarship 2013: An interview with Michel Roux Snr. and Brain Turner

For many professional chefs under the age of 30 the ultimate competition to win is the Roux Scholarship. Started in 1984, by brothers Albert and Michel Roux, this is the premier competition in the cooking world, and the winner gets the opportunity to work as an apprentice in any 3 star Michelin restaurant in the... Continue Reading →

Day 11: Councillor for Social Services and Welfare, Sylvia Tatnell, talks about her job and help available for expats

Spain's Social Services and Welfare system is very different to the UK, the Spanish culture and way of life means that if you want help and support when you are older, you look to your family first. Cll. Sylvia Tatnell is an expatriate living and working for the Moraira and Teulada council on the Costa Blanca. She... Continue Reading →

Day 10: Education in Spain

Children in Spain start their education at the age of three. At this early age they are taught the building blocks of reading and writing before they move to primary school a couple of years later. Schools typically split their days in two. The morning session starts at 8:30am until 1:00pm, followed by an afternoon... Continue Reading →

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