Four easy student recipes with minimal ingredients, that you can either jazz up or simplify. 1. Jamie Oliver’s 12 Minute Pasta 2. Thai Curry 3. Miso Ramen 4. Blue Cheese and Leek Risotto
Here are some highlights of favourite food spots in Bournemouth, many of which do student discount/ discount days… great food at a great price, what more could you ask for?! Conto Lounge Situated along Winton high street, this dog friendly café has recently undergone refurbishment, and is now looking better than ever. It does all… Read more »
When I started my year at Bournemouth, the first task at hand was to set up a life. This meant getting basic necessities – kitchen utensils, bedding, toiletries and food. I was quite unsure as to what the best place to get all that was and didn’t know what brands or products I could rely… Read more »
Budgeting is an essential life skill, especially for a student. Moving across countries requires meticulous planning in all aspects, one of which is finance. It can be overwhelming to set a budget when you don’t know how expenses compare between countries. I did some research to understand what my monthly budget would look like. But… Read more »
Trying to eat healthily can be overwhelming, given the ever-increasing amount of information out there. Healthy eating has been eclipsed by trends. There is always a new diet that can fit you in that dress faster or a newly discovered “superfood” that can transform your brain or a “detox tea” that will give you the… Read more »
Hiya, Today I’m going to give you some easy and cheap recipes you can try to help improve your culinary skills. At the beginning of uni I was useless in the kitchen, I had no clue how to even fry an egg! However, with a bit of practice I’ve taught myself to cook a variety… Read more »
The coronavirus pandemic is a period of uncertainty and a time to stay at home. It is important that we are keeping ourselves healthy and ensuring the protection of our health services. A great way to help keep our bodies healthy while at home is to ensure we are consuming enough nutritional foods and vitamins… Read more »
Exploring the top pizza places in Bournemouth with Zoe to celebrate National Pizza Day on 9 February.
Moving away to university can be difficult, as for many of you it will be your first experience living on your own. This means having to look after yourself… those pre cooked frozen meals your mum made you won’t last forever! It is easy to be so wrapped up in the one million other things… Read more »
Originally from Africa, Diane was delighted to discover Bournemouth was home to an African food restaurant. Watch her latest video to find out more about the student-friendly prices.
This is a guest blog by current student Stella Silvente studying BA(Hons) International Hospitality Management. When telling people your major is in Hospitality it instantly serves this perception that you’re studying to become a hotelier or even a restaurateur which, are two very fantastic careers to find yourself in. However, for myself, this degree is… Read more »
The festivities are now over and the student loan has finally dropped but how can we combine trying to eat healthier whilst budgeting for the entire semester? Here are some handy tips: Check for supermarket reductions It’s not always fresh produce that has a short shelf life which can be found reduced but sometimes dented… Read more »