Saturday Kitchen’s Matt Tebbutt shares cooking tips and favourite recipes from new book


Speaking about why he wanted to write a cookbook, Matt said: “I haven’t done more for a long time. It was about 13 or 14 years, so it’s always nice to have these things. 

“It’s kind of punctuation, in life or a career. Obviously, there was lockdown. Like so many other people, you had time on your hands all of a sudden when normally you’re running from one thing to another. 

“And it ties in very nicely with the show [BBC’s Saturday Kitchen]. Those are the main reasons.” 

As for the name of the cookbook, Matt added: “Weekend, the title as it were, covers so many different bases; Friday night’s you want something tasty, but also quick and relaxed. 

“You can make and dive into breakfasts and brunches because people have got time on the weekends to do that sort of thing. 

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Speaking about why he wanted to write a cookbook, Matt said: “I haven’t done more for a long time. It was about 13 or 14 years, so it’s always nice to have these things. 

“It’s kind of punctuation, in life or a career. Obviously, there was lockdown. Like so many other people, you had time on your hands all of a sudden when normally you’re running from one thing to another. 

“And it ties in very nicely with the show [BBC’s Saturday Kitchen]. Those are the main reasons.” 

As for the name of the cookbook, Matt added: “Weekend, the title as it were, covers so many different bases; Friday night’s you want something tasty, but also quick and relaxed. 

“You can make and dive into breakfasts and brunches because people have got time on the weekends to do that sort of thing. 





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Bruins could get Matt Grzelcyk back as soon as Tuesday


NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – JANUARY 16: Matt Grzelcyk #48 of the Boston Bruins takes the puck in the overtime period against the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center on January 16, 2021 in Newark, New Jersey. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the game is played without fans. The New Jersey Devils defeated the Boston Bruins 2-1 in overtime. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

The Boston Bruins could continue their upward trend in the health department this week.

Head coach Bruce Cassidy told reporters that defenseman Matt Grzelcyk skated with the team on Monday morning, and he’s trending toward a return during the Bruins’ upcoming slate of games. If there’s “no setback” with his upper-body injury, Grzelcyk could be back in the Bruins lineup as soon as Tuesday’s road game against the Buffalo Sabres.

Grzelcyk’s return would present an interesting decision for Cassidy on the left side of the Bruins defense. Jeremy Lauzon is coming off a strong defensive effort against the Capitals, while trade deadline addition Mike Reilly has logged two assists and averaged 22:53 of ice time in four games and may have played himself into a regular spot in the lineup. Cassidy would have to choose two out of Lauzon, Reilly, Jakub Zboril, and Jarred Tinordi to round out his left-shot D-men.

Here are some other notable takeaways from Cassidy’s video conference on Monday…

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Investigators in Rep. Matt Gaetz inquiry looking into Bahamas travel, sources say


As part of their probe into Rep. Matt Gaetz, federal investigators are looking into his travel to the Bahamas with women and specifically whether those women were paid to travel for sex which could violate federal law, a law enforcement official and another person familiar with the matter told NBC News.

Investigators are also looking into whether Gaetz and one of his associates used the internet to search for women they could pay for sex, those sources say.

Gaetz, R-Florida, has not been charged with any crime, and has repeatedly denied wrongdoing.

There has been no response to a request for comment sent to his representatives.

In a statement to CBS News, which first reported that investigators were looking into a trip to the Bahamas, a spokesperson for Gaetz said the congressman denies the insinuations.

“Rep. Gaetz has never paid for sex, nor has he had sex with an underage girl. What began with blaring headlines about ‘sex trafficking’ has now turned into a general fishing exercise about vacations and consensual relationships with adults,” a spokesperson from Gaetz’s office told CBS News.

Last week, The New York Times reported that the Justice Department was investigating Gaetz whether had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old and paid for her to travel with him, citing three people briefed on the matter.

Law enforcement sources have confirmed to NBC News that the Gaetz investigation originated from an inquiry into someone else, Joel Micah Greenberg, who’s awaiting trial on trafficking, stalking and identity fraud charges. Greenberg has pleaded not guilty.

The night that The Times reported its story, Gaetz said that “no part of the allegations against me are true” and claimed his family has been victims of a $25 million extortion plot involving threats to smear his name.

Gaetz, in an op-ed published Monday, said he is not a criminal and will not be resigning.

“Since I’m taking my turn under the gun, let me address the allegations against me directly. First, I have never, ever paid for sex. And second, I, as an adult man, have not slept with a 17-year-old,” Gaetz wrote in the Washington Examiner.

He called the allegations bizarre and said the claims were made after he “decided to take on the most powerful institutions in the Beltway.”





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Travel news: Matt Hancock says Britons can expect a ‘happy and free Great British summer’ | Travel News






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Liz Truss, the International Trade Secretary, has also said that Britain could share vaccine doses with its European neighbours and developing countries.

She told Sky News today that we will not see an end to the pandemic if the UK is to become a “vaccinated island” while other countries go without jabs.

“We have a target to get the most vulnerable vaccinated by mid-February,” Ms Truss said, before adding: “We certainly want to work with friends and neighbours, and we want to work with developing countries.

“Because we’re only going to solve this issue once everybody in the world is vaccinated.”





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