• The one rule the royal family must follow at the dining table

    The royal family often enjoy dining together, both at formal state banquets and their annual Christmas lunches at Sandringham. However, on such occasions they will have to hope that the Queen is hungry, as there is one major rule they must follow at mealtimes. STORY: The royal family love this Italian dish - find out how you can try it too According to royal etiquette, anyone dining with the Queen – including members of the royal family – must follow her every move and do what she does. So if Her Majesty stops eating her meal, everyone else must stop

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  • Ne-Yo turns vegan after watching health documentary

    Singer Ne-Yo has gone completely vegan after watching food documentary What the Health. The Let Me Love You hitmaker will no longer be eating meat or dairy products thanks to the 2017 film, and he has asked fans to help him with recipes now that his diet has changed. "Thanks to the 'What the Health' documentary, I have gone vegan. Completely vegan," he announced in a video he posted on Facebook on Sunday. "I need y'all to send me some vegan recipes and stuff that I can actually eat 'cause I'm in the grocery store, lost." What the Health, a documentary featuring

  • Mouthwatering prawn malai curry recipe

    This prawn curry recipe, which can also be found on the menu at Calcutta Street, is a must-try for curry fans! Ingredients: 200 grams king prawns 1 onion blended 1 large clove of garlic coarsely chopped 1 tsp of ginger 2 to 3 green chillies slit from the centre 1 can of coconut milk 4 small bay leaves Whole garam masala Red Chili Powder Turmeric Powder Salt Pinch of Sugar Method: Peel the prawns from the centre (but leave the head and tails) and mix it with turmeric and salt and keep aside for about 15 mins. Heat oil and shallow fry the prawns so they turn golden in colour and keep them