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No matter how good you are at cooking. With these simple recipes you can make the most basic meals burst with flavour.


  • English Club.- Vocabulary of / about food

  • Woodward English.- A video with a list of verbs frequently appear when reading the cooking instructions of recipes in English. There are included some examples sentences using each verb.


    • 11 traditional English Dishes and the History of English Food.- These traditional dishes are characteristic of English food.

    • British Council.- A lot of delicious recipes.

    • Delicious Magazine.- A collection of traditional English favourites such as toad in the hole and scones as well as some forgotten regional specialities.

    • Allrecipes.- English muffins and other recipes.

    • Student Hut.- Here are 10 of our recommended recipes anyone can make for a cheap price and without any fuss.

    • 100 Days of Real Food.- Whether you’re brand new to cutting out processed food or you’re a real food veteran, I hope you’ll find some value in the resources on it. Real food basically means anything not highly processed (like artificial additives) and containing only five or fewer whole ingredients. It means mostly avoiding ingredients you would not cook with at home.

  • Inspired Taste.- A recipe index where you can browse through hundreds of easy and delicious recipes with step-by-step photography and how-to recipe videos.

      • Breakfasts.- You can vary your breakfasts in a healthy way.

      • Lunches.- A collection of fresh and easy lunch recipes.

      • Dinners.- Dinner recipes and main dishes perfect for tonight’s dinner.

      • Desserts.- Dessert made easy. You’ll find most recipes have step-by-step photography to make things extra easy.

      • Vegetarian food.- A lot of recipes that respect animals.

      • Vegan food.- You can find a lot of food without any animal products.

      • Snacks.- Fun and easy snack recipes.