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I've always believed that memories are made at family meal times, whether that's on vacation, on the go, or at home around the dinner table. That's why it's important to include your child in these moments as much as possible from an early age. Getting your baby used to a highchair and sitting around the dining table with you at meal times as you all eat together enables them to establish a healthy eating routine as well as teaching them how to eat solid foods if they're weaning. If you have any experience with the weaning stage then you will probably be aware how messy it can get and therefore choosing a high chair that is easy to clean and convenient enough to sit your child in is important. That's why we love the Hauck Alpha+ highchair! It comes in a range of colours, is well made and sturdy, it's easy to wipe down without getting pieces of food trapped in corners and it grows with your child through to adulthood.

Do you enjoy travelling and trying out different types of beer? One of the best ways to immerse yourself in a new culture is by ordering a local beer. From Germany to China, each country has its own unique way of ordering a cold one. But if you're concerned about potential language barriers getting in your way then fear not! We have the ultimate guide on how to order a beer in any country in the world. Thank us later!

Capturing the taste and texture of your food can be difficult. It can be frustrating when you have a plate of deliciousness in front of you and you just can’t frame a photograph in the way you want. No matter whether you’re just taking pictures of your meals for your Instagram feed or perhaps you want to start a food blog, these 9 food photography tips will transform the quality of your photos.

Shopska salad, originating from Bulgaria, is a popular and iconic dish in Balkan cuisine. Its name is derived from the "Shopski" region but has transcended regional boundaries to become a beloved dish across the country and beyond. It's a simple salad but also incredibly tasty. Read on to find out for the full Bulgarian Shopska salad recipe so that you can try it for yourself!

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