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What’s for Tea? Recipes for Homemade Bread Day

November 17 marks 'Bring back the simple pleasure of baking bread with this variety of savoury and sweet recipes sent in by our local...

Foodie facts: Nutrition and Hydration Week 2021

It's Nutrition and Hydration Week! The Greater Manchester Nutrition and Hydration programme delivered by Age UK Salford is raising awareness of eating and drinking...

What’s for tea? Christine’s Cheesy Garlic Scones

For those of us out walking, it's the season for wild garlic! I've been foraging recently and been putting my harvest to good use...

The best and worst nostalgic school dinners ranked by you

The other week we asked you on our Facebook page whether you enjoyed school dinners back in the day. It's fair to say there was...

What’s for Tea? Jean’s Cheese and Lentil Loaf

Here, our reporter Jean from Oldham shares her vegetarian loaf recipe for you to try out! Jean said: "Watching the snow fall on the Tuesday...

What’s For Tea? Gill’s creamed peas and onions with bacon and rice

Our Bury reporter, Gill, has shared with us one of her quick and easy recipes - Creamed pea and onions with bacon and rice. She...
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