GORGEOUS BOOKS AS GORGEOUS CHRISTMAS GIFTS…

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It’s that time of year again where we see lots of books and new releases up for sale and you are spoilt for choice as to which one to buy for yourself or as a gift. Well, I thought I would put my pennies worth in and have three of my favourite not entirely cooking books but books about cooking, the history of the biscuit and stuff every cook should know about.

My first choice is The Biscuit; The History of a Very British Indulgence by Lizzie Collingham£12.99

Did you know that British people eat more biscuits than any other nation; they are as embedded in our culture as fish and chips or the Sunday roast. But biscuits are not only tasty treats to go with a cup of tea, the sustenance they afford is often emotional, evoking nostalgic memories of childhood.

Lizzie Collingham begins in Roman times…

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JOIN THE ParTEA PEOPLE TO CELEBRATE TEA…

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The ParTEA People are there to help you explore and savour the wonderful world of tea. Join them on a journey to make tea a more delicious, fun, social, fair and sustainable part of our lives. With fun being at the centre of what they do, you will be transported to a world of tea parings, mixology, beauty and wellness. Does that mean that everyones welcome, indeed, there is a tea for everyone. Most of us might associate a cup of tea with our very classic british take, i.e then builders brew. But who can honesty say that they have tried a yellow tea, a white tea or even a grain tea?

ParTEA People are there to help you explore and savour the wonderful world of tea. Join them on the journey to make tea a more delicious, fun, social, fair and sustainable part of our lives.

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NEALS YARD REMEDIES OFFER THERAPIES AT HOME…

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Neals Yard Remedies now offer a wonderful selection of their most popular therapies online. You can interact with your chosen therapist with a one-to-one video appointment, all from the comfort of your own home.

You could have a yoga session, or guided massage techniques. You could learn all about acupressure points in a private session where your qualified therapist will work with you over video call to identify points of focus. Your therapist will teach and guide you by using your hands or palms, elbows, feet, or special devices to gently press on specific points on your body.

Or learn all about Chinese Herbal Medicine with another private one-to-one session with a qualified herbalist who will work with you over video call, carrying out an in-depth consultation to assess your needs and prescribing herbal remedies that may support you. These remedies will be sent out to you after the session.

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