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Health Benefits of Citrus Fruits

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Tony Hakim loves his fruit; in particular he loves the sharp flavours of citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, oranges and grapefruits. Not only are they delicious to eat, they’re good for your health. To help promote awareness of these awesome fruits, Tony Hakim has...

Mouth-watering Desserts Made with Cookie Dough

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Here at Tony Hakim Food Lovers, we all agree on one thing: cookie dough is delicious. Sometimes not much of it makes it into the oven – we love it just that much. So we’ve come up with a list of mouth-watering desserts made with...

How to Survive on a Student’s Budget

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If you’ve ever lived away from home as a student, then you’ll know that it’s possibly the most interesting gastronomic period of your life. It’s a time where pizza and beer replace bread and water and you develop a cast iron constitution due to the...

Healthy Party Food for Kids

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Many of us have come to associate children’s birthday parties with excited, sugar-filled kids running wild. This doesn’t have to be the case however, if you choose a healthier option. Don’t anticipate handing out carrot and celery sticks, but create some tasty snacks from healthy...

Top 10 Easy and Healthy Lunches for Work

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It’s easy to succumb to snacking when you haven’t had a good meal. Buying lunch every work day can add up fast, plus most of the time take away food isn’t nearly as healthy as what you can make yourself at home. Here at Tony...

Different Table Manners from Around the World

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In westernised countries, children grow up learning basic table manners, such as using utensils, finishing all your food and eating quietly. So many of you would be shocked to learn that burping or not finishing your food are considered a sign of respect in other...

How to Eat Like a Local When Traveling

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Travelling is always a feast for the senses: you’re seeing all kinds of unusual sights and smelling exotic (and sometimes not-so-exotic) smells. Being foodies at heart, our favourite sense to explore when travelling is, of course, taste. Often when travelling, it can be easy to...

Top 5 Yummy Cookie Combinations

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The cookie – or biscuit – is one of those classic treats we all enjoy. There are so many flavours including the classic Anzac and Chocolate Chip recipes, to the funkier and more modern flavours like salted caramel and dark chocolate, or peppermint-chip. Here at...

How to Shop for Food on a Budget

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Food is getting more and more expensive. With more and more families turning to healthier, more expensive options, the Tony Hakim Food Lovers team has put together our best tips on how to shop for food on a budget. Plan Ahead The easiest way to...

Most Expensive Foods in the World

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Tony Hakim isn’t opposed to a bit of decadence, especially when he feels like treating himself. However, there are some foods that are a bit too decadent for even him. In this list, we take a look at some of the most expensive foods in...

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