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In this part of the country, it’s a rite of passage—the annual March Break trek to the sugar bush. We’re lucky to live so close to the so-called “Maple...

One thing I love about working in the EatingWell Test Kitchen is that we can make just about any recipe healthier. Even though Asian food in general has a...

ONE: Cook with Chocolate If you’re looking for an awesome cookbook, try a couple of our old standbys—or some new faves: Making Artisan Chocolates by...

When we cannot in any way force ourselves to cook or defrost, how do we decide which restaurant we’ll go to? Particularly if it’s a group decision...

We’re in love with bread. Baguette, sourdough boule, bagel, it’s all good. Whether in the hands of artisanal bakers, food truck operators, scrappy...

Whittington Community Primary School, near Lichfield, is always looking for ways to contribute to the wider community. The school, which has just under 300...

The Education Secretary, Michael Gove The National Curriculum is to be changed yet again and we at Wolverhampton University have been invited to respond to...

Students at universities in Wolverhampton and Staffordshire have pocketed thousands of pounds in compensation and goodwill payments after complaining about...

Having a good read - members of Year 1 with their books in the school library The headteacher of a Great Wyrley school says there have been lots of exciting...

Five schools in Walsall are expected to have become academies by May 1, it was revealed today. Ryders Hayes Community School and Hatherton Primary are the...