The introduction of Chinese cuisine into the UK may well have been the best thing that’s happened to us. We Brits love Chinese food – with tasty, healthy ingredients and an array of spices, it’s not hard to see why! With Chinese New Year upon us next week, hungryhouse has taken a look at the symbolic meaning of traditional foods eaten during Chinese New Year that will bring you bundles of prosperity. Plus you’re guaranteed to enjoy eating them. Bonus!
Today is Thanksgiving in the United States – a day of food, drink and family – but it is also a big day in the calendar of the turkey as these feathery friends traditionally provide the main focus of any Thanksgiving feast.
Everyone has heard the story of Saint George and dragon. But beyond the legend, how much about the man do we actually know? Our inquisitive nature, dedication to the truth, and a lazy Wednesday afternoon led hungryhouse to investigate. So, here are some things that you might not know about our mysterious patron Saint.
As the official overseers of springtime, hungryhouse wants you to welcome the season with a springtime party. We’ll leave the location up to you, any spot of grass with direct sunlight will do. We’ve gathered the music, “important” information about spring, and the food to make your springtime party brilliant!
Guinness is good for you. Guinness gives you wings. Guinness was the first beer to be consumed in outer space. These are a few rumours surrounding the magic in a pint of Guinness. In a land filled with luck and gold clad leprechauns, it’s no wonder Ireland created a magical beer.
We gathered hungryhouse employees to do a bit of ‘company research’ surrounding the claims of Guinness. After a few rounds, everyone started spouting off &”facts” about Guinness. Our content managers fiercely took notes and googled such statements. Can you sort through this Guinness malarkey?