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Food: Light, Bright Salad

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Salad MakingIt’s getting to be quite a warm summer, so today’s food recommendation is going to be, simply, Salad. I eat it a lot and I love it. I’m going to tell you the very basic recipe for my typical salad, which is light and easy to make, and hopefully it’ll keep your summer evenings as stress free as possible amidst all of this heat.

So you will need: Cucumber, Lettuce, Bell Peppers, Onion, Carrot, Cheese and Lemon Juice (quantities of each are entirely up to you).

Start with slicing the cucumber and then slicing it again so that it’s either like mine in the picture or diced.

Then dice the peppers, onion and carrot; I’ve used a red and a green pepper, and I only have white onion here but I usually add diced spring onions too.

Then chop up some lettuce, I have iceberg lettuce here.

Mix all of these vegetables together in a bowl. And then finally, to dish up, I put the salad on a plate or in a bowl, drizzle it with lemon juice and add Red Leicester Cheese on the side.

Time to eat, enjoy!

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(In the pictures; top left to bottom left down: Bell Peppers, Carrot, Lettuce, top right to bottom right down: Cucumber, Onion, Red Leicester Cheese and at the very bottom: Everything mixed and dished up).

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Food: Walker’s Baked Stars

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Stars Opened PacketStars PacketToday’s food recommendation is Walkers Baked Stars… This may well be a simple and short recommendation but sometimes we just need some lovely crisps to snack on or to fill our lunch boxes. I think these are the most delicious crisps on the planet and this isn’t a new find for me, it’s not just something I’ve tried once and thought were amazing, I genuinely have come back to this brilliant snack time and time again. I prefer the Salt and Vinegar flavour because I like Salt and Vinegar flavoured crisps the most but they do also come in a cheese and onion flavour. Honestly, if you haven’t tried them, go and buy them.

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PS. These may only be available in the UK, although Lays in other countries may have their own version.