It’s July, the weather is hot and sunny (fingers crossed it carries on as it has been in June) and it’s BBQ time.
Do you know where the word barbecue comes from?..
Father’s Day is on Sunday 18 June this year do you know when and where it originated from?
The first official Father’s Day was celebrated in 1910 in Spokane, Washington, USA. ..
Asparagus is full of vitamins A, C, E, K, and B6, as well as folate, iron, copper, calcium, protein, and fibre. It’s a natural diuretic so helps keep your urinary tract healthy and can assist with weight loss as it only contains 20 calories per 100 grams...
How big is your Easter Egg?
When we were young we used to get a small hollow Easter egg, sometimes with sweets inside them.
You can still buy them today but the range of Easter eggs is now very impressive. ..
Happy Mother’s Day from Must Chup
We’re in March already and it’s now Spring. Lots of lovely flowers appearing everywhere, carpets of crocuses at the side of the road and the daffodils are out in some places and frogspawn appearing in the ponds...
Origin of Valentine’s Day
It’s Valentine’s Day on 14 February.
In the 14th century Geoffrey Chaucer associated the day with romantic love. A tradition started in the 18th century when lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards (known as “valentines“)...
It’s January – A Happy and Healthy New Year from everyone at Must Chup
Lots of people want to be more healthy after over indulgence at Christmas and soup is a great way to get lots of vitamins and vegetables and give your digestion a rest...
December has arrived and I don’t know about you but it feels like this year has absolutely flown by. The weather has got colder recently (a chilly -5 the other morning) and it’s feeling more like winter and it’s just over 3 weeks until Christmas...
Congratulations to Damien Lovegrove – winner of our October photo competition.
Damien added Must-Chup Kick to his Ragu. Here’s the winning photograph…
Keep an eye out for future competitions and you could win a gift set or other lovely Must-Chup goodies…..
It’s November, the nights are drawing in and time for some substantial food. This month’s venison casserole recipe comes from Lisa who runs the All Hallows Cookery School in Dorset.
Slow cooked Dorset venison casserole with prunes and pecans
Don’t let the prunes dissuade you from this flavoursome recipe. ..