Watch out Jamie Oliver! Massive’s very own Lydia Hill teaches students how to whip up a culinary masterpiece in the kitchen.
Nothing beats the combination of a crispy bun and slow-cooked, incredibly tender pork, marinated in a sauce that tastes like a summer barbecue – without the summer barbecue.
As we near the end of the year, we all need a bit of a pick-me-up to get us through hand-ins and exams. My suggestion is chocolate peanut butter-stuffed cookies.
This warm simple salad utilises in-season vegetables and is sure to keep away the winter blues.
This warm salad is super easy to throw together and provides you with a decent amount of fibre, protein and carbohydrates to keep you going throughout the day.
Every time I travel home during the break, I make it a point to indulge in the foods from my all-time favourite Indian restaurant, Namaskar.
An easy, fool proof, way to make your very own crispy chicken strips.
Using tofu works excellently, as by itself it tastes like virtually nothing, so it easily takes on flavours that you add to it, and it’s packed with protein, so it makes for a great breakfast.