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Who says Indian cooking needs to be complicated? These flavour-packed recipes take no more than seven ingredients (plus a few store-cupboard staples) to rustle up. Tandoori-style baked chicken tikka Served with plain couscous and grilled vegetables (I like courgettes, aubergine and mixed peppers), chicken tikka is an all-time favourite meal in...
wallpaper in the bathroom
And you no longer have to worry about getting it wet, thanks to the latest water-resistant, user-friendly finishes. Rainforest rules Try a tropical vibe with a peppy palm print and team with white woodwork and neutral colours for balance. These walls are papered in Deco Palm, cole-and-son.com, which is wipeable and...
best beauty products under £10
Upgrading your make-up bag doesn’t have to break the bank. Since price tags in the beauty world so often start at £40 then hurtle on upwards, this week I thought I’d be price conscious and focus on my four favourite new launches that are all under £10. First is the Collection Eyes Uncovered Eyeshadow Palette...
I’m moving house and currently in the worst phase, where we (unlike Elvis) are officially in the building but only halfway through unpacking. Our possessions are scattered around in boxes and hoary old tote bags. There’s one kitchen drawer dedicated to mismatched pots, pans and old Tupperware. It’s where...
It’s the trend for short and sweet meet-ups that could introduce your perfect match within minutes. Giulia Crouch investigates how to find love on your lunch break. Picture the scene. It’s your first date with a potential partner you’ve been chatting to online. They seem nice but it’s only 7.30pm...
Anyone who has had eczema will know just how irritating the itchiness can be. Also known as atopic dermatitis, this distressing condition affects one in five children and one in 12 adults, causing persistent inflammation of the skin – commonly on the face, arms and legs – and an almost...
It was the giant heading on this column last week that led me to today’s missive. The heading in question read: ‘In which I finally get the chop.’ Yikes! I am sent a proof of my column every week. This is the moment I can back out of having written...
When her baby was only three weeks old, D’Arcy Vigors’s newborn bubble was burst by a terrifying diagnosis. Here, she tells Eimear O’Hagan how they learned to embrace an uncertain future. Twelve years ago, D’Arcy Vigors was in a ‘blissful newborn bubble’, getting to know her three-week old son Louis,...
We all have a rough idea of what we want in a romantic partner. But have you ever thought about what qualities you seek out in your friends? I’ve been thinking recently about what the women in my life – my friends and those I just look up to from afar...
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, so we asked experts and women who have undergone treatment for their skin saviours. These products are good to use while undergoing medication, when skin can be extra sensitive.  Sprays that soothe ‘I work with the charity Look Good Feel Better whenever I can and the feedback...

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