Trying to find tasty and healthy recipes for children can sometimes be a challenge, especially when they have food allergies.
An average of two children per primary school classroom suffer with some sort of food intolerance and in most cases, they will be sensitive to more than one type of food.
That's why two mums from Surrey, both with children who have multiple food allergies, have written a cookbook that excludes eight major allergens from 100 recipes.
Now, how about this for a recipe: take a celebrity chef, add a squirt of liquid nitrogen and a sprinkle of schoolchildren.
What does that make? Well, the Government hopes it will be the recipe for success when it comes to getting more boys to take up its new Food Preparation GCSE.
Heston Blumenthal has stepped back into a classroom as part of the initiative. David Wood went to meet him.
Pioneering cookery writer and broadcaster Marguerite Patten, who lived in Brighton, has died aged 99, her family have announced.
The author of more than 170 books, with worldwide sales of more than 17 million, she had suffered a stroke in 2011.
Her family said she died "from an illness stoically borne".