Ju­dith’s book of the month

EDP Norfolk - - Food And Drink -

I re­alise that most stu­dents will have al­ready left for univer­sity, and from ex­pe­ri­ence food is the last thing on their minds dur­ing Fresh­ers! I sent this book to my daugh­ter af­ter that week, or in her case, fort­night of mad­ness last year and she has used it so much. Nosh for Stu­dents –a fun stu­dent cook­book by Joy May was first pub­lished in 2013 . It has very quick and easy recipes which are both nu­tri­tious and ap­petis­ing, with pho­tos so your beloved will know what the dish should look like! There is a very use­ful key with each recipe in­form­ing how much the dish will cost; how long it will take to pre­pare and cook; how easy it is to make, and whether it is okay for veg­gies. Pop a copy in the post for your lit­tle one and put your mind at rest. Nosh for Stu­dents (pub­lished by In­trade GB) costs £8.99 – worth ev­ery penny! The Herb Gar­den at Nor­wich Cathe­dral has re­cently be­come the proud re­cip­i­ent of the pres­ti­gious Green Flag Award 2015 recog­nised as one of the best green spa­ces in the coun­try. The Herb Gar­den was orig­i­nally used by monks for the cul­ti­va­tion of herbs for medic­i­nal and culi­nary use. In 2005 the gar­den was re-cre­ated by vol­un­teers us­ing herbs that match those used by the Bene­dic­tine monks. The Herb Gar­den, which con­tin­ues to be run and main­tained by vol­un­teers, is open daily 10am-5pm, at Em­maus House just to the south of the cathe­dral and re­fec­tory. Adult tours and school work­shops are also avail­able to book by email­ing ed­u­ca­[email protected]­dral.org.uk

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