International Day of Women and Girls in Science Sunday 11th February marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This day celebrates the achievements and contributions of women and girls in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
Day 11: Cookies and Biscuits 12 Days of Food Safety During the festive season, many of us indulge in our beloved biscuits such as classic Christmas cookies, traditional shortbread, or even engaging in crafting intricate gingerbread houses with our family. While our
Day 10: Stocking Fillers 12 Days of Food Safety A stocking filler refers to a small gift or item that is traditionally placed inside a holiday stocking. It’s a small, often inexpensive, and thoughtful present that adds joy and surprise to the
Day 8: Cheese & Crackers 12 Days of Food Safety There are countless cheeses globally, each with its own unique production methods and characteristics such as texture and flavour. During the holiday season, cheese boards are a popular choice for festive gatherings.
Day 7: Desserts 12 Days of Food Safety Holiday desserts around the world encapsulate a rich tapestry of flavours, textures, and cultural significance, often showcasing an array of fruits, seeds, nuts and spices that infuse these sweet indulgences with their distinctive essence.
Day 5: Main Courses 12 Days of Food Safety From Germany's succulent goose to Cuba's tender suckling pig, the UK's classic roast turkey to Ethiopia's spicy beef stew, meat will be the focal point of many holiday feasts around the world. Yet,
Day 4: Fish dishes 12 Day of Food Safety Fish dishes are popular choices for Festive meals, especially in cultures where seafood is a significant part of the holiday tradition. Below is a list of diverse fish dishes that may be served