The results are in! The nation's favourite soup is... tomato!
The classic flavour took the top spot with a hefty 34% of the vote, while leek and potato followed in second at 13%. Not far behind with 11% is that winter classic, chicken soup.
Right on cue, Phil Vickery is here to show you how to whip up a hearty bowl of all three to warm your cockles on a chilly winter's night.
I cooked these meatballs in Verona, after spending the afternoon as a life model for a group of artists... what an experience!
The dish is incredibly quick, easy, really delicious and filling. I’ve used a combination of minced pork and beef, but if you prefer you can use minced lamb or ground chicken.
Take the minced meat out of the fridge around 20 minutes before you cook the meatballs so they’re not cold in the middle. If you don’t like spice, simply leave out the chilli.
Serve with plain boiled rice or warm crusty bread.
It's 34 years since their first hit single and album, and along with frontman Mick Hucknall they’ve sold over 60 million albums and amassed one billion YouTube hits.
Here to perform their new single, ‘Sweet Child’ and tell us about their European arena tour, it’s Simply Red!
As we launch our poll to find the nation’s favourite soup, Alice Beer road-tests the best soup makers on the market, and inspire you to make your own.
It’s the question that will divide a room… What’s the ultimate Christmas movie?
It’s a Wonderful Life? Elf? Perhaps it's Die Hard, if that qualifies (let's not go there!). Or maybe it's Home Alone?
Well, now there’s a new contender - Last Christmas - the movie inspired by George Michael’s eponymous smash hit.
Here to tell us all about the London set rom-com, are none-other than Emilia Clarke and co-star Henry Golding!
British Gas has had a hidden price cut, and according to our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis, many existing customers can save nearly £300/year without even switching firm.
Similar applies to customers of EDF, E.on, and Scottish Power too.
Yet they are all ‘don’t ask, don’t get’ savings. Find out how to make sure you ask the right questions.
To help us mark Remembrance Day we’ve invited a special guest to join us on the sofa - WW2 veteran, Bill Champion, who at the grand old age of 98 is one of The Royal British Legion’s most dedicated poppy sellers.
He joins us alongside Gulf War Veteran, John Nichol, to remember the sacrifices made and friends lost.