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Food Feb on Mumsnet

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CatherineHMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 05-Feb-13 11:45:33

Just in case you'd missed the rather large box on the homepage for the past few days talking about it, we've just launched Food Feb - a month long celebration of food and nutrition on Mumsnet.

The Food Feb index page is packed with new features like our lovely recipe gallery page for Meat-free Mondays and leftovers recipe ideas. We'll be adding new features throughout the month - keep an eye out for our #FoodFeb tweets on Twitter.

Oh, and there's the small thing of some rather fabulous guests coming into MNHQ for webchats. On Pancake Day (12 February) we have Yottam Ottolenghi, on Valentine's Day (14 February) we're welcoming The Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood. And to end the month on a high note we'll be dusting off the doilies for Delia on Thursday 28th February. We'll let you know as soon as we have confirmed times for all of those.

And finally, we're running a cake decorating contest here on Talk and on Facebook. Show us a cake you've made for your family and Delia could be announcing you as a winner of her latest book when she comes in at the end of the month.

Is there something you'd like to see us cover during Food Feb? Let us know here and we'll see what we can do.

Taffeta Tue 05-Feb-13 13:28:06

Great idea! Esp like the leftovers recipe ideas but can only see the chicken tart? Not sure where the others are.

If you're going to keep this going, a monthly seasonal guide to food and their recipes would be good. Perhaps you could have a marmalade recipe for eg this month.

There are always lots of meal planning threads in Food, perhaps a summary of some would also be good.

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