Student blogger Claudia Gutierrez fills us in on the best places to eat and drink in Worcester: If you enjoy eating out, discovering new places or just you love food as much as I do, […]
Before starting university, I liked to think of myself as quite an avid baker, and was a bit worried that I would maybe not have the time to carry this on throughout my time as a student.
One of my concerns before starting university was that I would struggle to eat healthy due to not being at home to enjoy the nutritious home-cooked meals. I aimed to find several ways to make eating healthy on a budget that little bit easier and tastier!
Hello, everyone! June is finally here and I believe we all are thinking about one thing, one thing only. BARBECUE!
Being away from home for 3 years means you do pick up a few habits from the people you meet and the new city you live in. Here are 6 habits I’ve picked up during my time at Worcester…
Hello again, hopefully, you’ve tried out my previous flatbread pizza recipe.
Now it’s time for the second recipe which takes longer but is extremely tasty and has the side benefit of being really healthy and filling.
As a student and I suppose a “me thing”, I find myself always hungry; doesn’t matter what time- it can be during lectures or after midnight and I find myself searching for food that I can eat.
Students are always on a budget and all we seem to do is count the pennies. Sacrificing one thing for another, month after month just to get by until the next loan comes in. Now, me and my friends have made a cheaper option.