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Watch this easy step-by-step video and see how to make chocolate chip cookies that are soft, chewy and gorgeous every time!


Welcome in any Christmas hamper or as a treat round Halloween, fudge is a favourite for gift-giving. Learn how to avoid grainy, crystallised fudge and make batches of several different flavours to wow your family and friends.


Learn how to make cheesecake with our easy step-by-step guide. With foolproof photos and fail-safe tips, you're guaranteed a perfect baked cheesecake every time.


A step-by-step guide for making chicken stock, a staple in any non-vegetarian kitchen. Chicken stock is used as the base for many soups and sauces, as well as adding flavour and richness to risottos, stews and pasta dishes.


Wondering how to cook beetroot? Fresh beetroot, prepared simply, is delicately sweet and delicious – nothing like the jarred pickled variety that has unjustly tarnished this ruby red root's reputation. Read on for advice on choosing, preparing and cooking beetroot.


Find all of your Christmas favourites here with our traditional Christmas menu. We have loads of foolproof recipes for that perfect Christmas dinner.


Whether you're steaming your first Christmas pudding, or want to make another type of steamed pudding, read on for step-by-step tips and advice on how to steam a perfect Christmas pudding.


Use this helpful guide to find baking and cooking conversions between metric, imperial and US cup measures.


Whether you've heaps of fresh fruit and veg from your garden or allotment, or you've found some great produce on offer, follow these tips to freeze them to enjoy throughout the year. It's thrifty and easy, and you'll thank yourself later when you've got a stock of fruit and veg in the deep freeze come winter.


Roasted peppers lend themselves to a variety of dishes. They can take centrestage in anything from salads to soups, or play a supporting role as a pizza topping or garnish. Here we show you how roast your own peppers using three different methods.

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