We’re all big fans of Jamie Oliver here at HELLO!, and his latest social media post certainly had our mouths watering. The celebrity chef shared a video clip on his Instagram page showing himself blowtorching the top of what looks like a lemon meringue pie – yum! There were plenty of compliments for the father-of-five
There’s something addictive about scrolling through the blogs and Instagram pages of the country’s top food bloggers – all those mouth-watering culinary creations and recipes to try yourself, reading about cooking is like a hobby in itself. There are tons of successful food bloggers out there right now, from Great British Bake Off stars to
A team of researchers from Belgium and the Netherlands made last week, headlines around the world. It is claimed that for some sports, a minimum distance of up to 20 meters in the open would be necessary, to the spread of Sars-CoV-2 curb. Critics point to the approach of the team. “Sports of up to
Planning an Easter menu is always challenging. Aside from ham, there really aren’t too many traditional dishes to make like there are for Thanksgiving or Christmas so there’s a lot of wiggle room with the meal planning. We often turn to our favorite culinary superstars like Ina Garten to pull recipe inspo from, and luckily,
There’s a new school of fish farmers who are raising better, safer fish for Americans like you who don’t eat nearly enough. The big benefit: With the recipes that follow, the fish taste amazing too. Stand in front of any seafood counter and you may start to feel paralyzed. “Wild,” “farm-raised,” “processed in the U.
When you purchase raw chicken, what’s the first thing you do before throwing it on the grill, frying it on the stovetop or baking it in the oven? Rinse it with water, right? Wrong. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued yet another reminder that washing raw chicken will do more harm than good.
Patrick Eslick remembers the first time someone made a “comment” about his weight. It was in the second grade. Things got worse during his teenage years, not only because of his growing size, but also the realization that he was gay. Eslick started shying away from the physical activities other boys were participating in (football,
Our culinary queen, Ina Garten has many friends and mega-fans in Hollywood — from Jennifer Garner to Michelle Obama. And now she has one more to add to the list: ELLE’s April cover star, Taylor Swift, who just revealed her love for one of Garten’s recipes in a piece she wrote for the publication. View
Jack Pratt, the son of actors and co-parenting goals icons Anna Faris and Chris Pratt, is the spitting image of his mom — and he’s got her sense of humor too. I know this because I unexpectedly ran into him a week before I was scheduled to interview her. The adorable bespectacled 6-year-old was giggling
Peta Murgatroyd used to “loathe” cooking, but that all changed after her son was born. The professional dancer from Dancing with the Stars decided to learn how to cook after Shai arrived in Jan. 2017 to ensure that his food is always healthy and unprocessed. “I have fallen in love with cooking for my little
Long-term use of coal, wood, or charcoal for cooking is associated with an increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease, according to a study presented today at ESC Congress 2018. Dr. Derrick Bennett, study author, University of Oxford, UK, said: “Our study suggests that people who use solid fuels for cooking should switch to electricity
He’s known for being one of the toughest names in Australian sport. But rugby league star Nathan Peats isn’t afraid to show his sensitive side. The 27-year-old Gold Coast Titans player has taken to Twitter to praise “all the mums out there,” after admitting that he struggled to care for his young children when his
When food poisoning strikes, we’re quick to point the finger at the suspicious chicken pad thai we had the night before. But more often than not, the culprit is actually a totally different ingredient: eggs. “Eggs are a brilliant food but you can assume the shell is carrying salmonella,” Lydia Buchtmann, spokesperson for the Food