Is your child the next Jamie Oliver? Or perhaps you have a budding Heston at home?
ITV are launching a brand new children’s cooking show and are looking for talented children to take part.
It’s a great opportunity for enthusiastic young cooks to show off their talent and develop their skills. I know we have some great budding chefs locally so it would be fantastic to see Brighton represented.
ITV is giving budding up-and-coming cooks the chance to take part in a brand new entertainment show involving fun, games and the chance to prove themselves in the kitchen. Can your child cook the best casserole, make a Mexican dish to get the tastebuds tingling, or whip up a strawberry cheesecake to wow the crowd? Whatever they make, if they love to cook we want to hear from them.
DEADLINE: If you are aged 8-12, youll need to apply by Sunday 11th August to email@example.com
Blackberries are a great ingredient to add to sweeten and excite things up, along with packing in one of your 5 a day. They are best picked towards the end of Summer until the beginning of Autumn when they are most ripe and juicy. Finding blackberries is easy, when you know what to look for. You will usually find them growing around and on bramble bushes, field hedgerows, along the borders and of course if you get seriously stuck – in Pick Your Own farms!
Here Are Some Handy Tips For Choosing That Perfect Blackberries.
The best berries are the ones that are off the common trail footpaths and on rougher ground, these are for the more serious pickers.
Be extra cautious when approaching blackberry bushes, as they are covered in thorns and you’re more than likely going to get scratched. Wearing thick gloves and long sleeves can help prevent children’s tears.
The darker the berry the better it is, as it will be riper tasting just right. Try not to pick blackberries when they are red as they maybe un-ripe and taste rather bitter. If the berry easily pops off as you pull it then it is nice and ripe.
Once picked eat them within a day or two or keep them within a cool dry place. Blackberries freeze well, so do not be afraid to freeze them if you want to save them for a rainy day. Spread a single layer of the unwashed berries on to a foil covered tray, just so they don’t stick together, and place into the freezer until solid.