to taste, using about half as much honey as the recipe suggests for sugar. Liven up virtuous grilled chicken or salmon by brushing it with a glaze of honey, soy sauce and fresh ginger.For more culinary inspiration, celebrate National Honey Week (May 3
bread This recipe makes four servings. Mix together 225g lean minced turkey (or other meat), small chopped onion, 1 crushed garlic clove, 1 teaspoon (5ml) chopped fresh parsley and a little salt and black pepper. Form into four burger shapes. Place
Drugs don't workResist the reflex to reach for a bottle of ibuprofen to reduce swelling. "Killing pain is fine," says Andrew Pruitt, author of Andy Pruitt's Medical Guide for Cyclists, "but deflating inflammation during the initial stages of injury may actually delay healing." In...
do's and don'ts to help get you started.RW magazine subscribers can access all our handy pre-race do's and don'ts, plus a handful of inspirational recipes, in the full article, while non-subscribers can enjoy these ten tasty tips for free. Want
For most runners, doubles are a foreign concept, assumed to be the province only of those cranking out 100-mile weeks. I would like to convince you to think otherwise. Intelligently adding some double days to your programme can help advance your fitness, even if you wind up not s...
Up the flavour – and flavonoid – credentials of your dinner with these recipes from the Mighty Spice Cookbook by John Gregory-Smith (£20, Duncan Baird). From burning fat to aiding recovery, each dish has a specific benefit. All recipes serve four
bones healthy. Not only is this recipe a great way to use up protein-packed turkey, it's also a superbly healthy dish that'll counteract some of the season's indulgences. Preparation: 25 minsServes: 42 tbsp vegetable oil2 leeks, cleaned and sliced350g
in town - and that's where this delicious festive recipe comes in.Preparation: Approx 1 hour 40 mins (depending on the weight of the joint)Serves: 4-5800g British turkey breast roll joint4-5 tbsp redcurrant jelly1 tbsp oil1 small onion, peeled and finely
with salad leaves or fresh herbs.The SkinnyCalories 143Fat 11gCarbs 1.5gProtein 10gThanks to the Stilton Cheesemakers' Association for supplying this recipe and image.
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