There has been asparagus in Britain since the Romans, although it is not known if they introduced it to the British diet. It is a naturally occurring plant, and distant relatives of what we eat now still thrive in the wild.
"My babies were six months old when they had their first McDonald's," she told Closer magazine.
"Sometimes I'll cook them a microwave lasagne. Babies are always hungry – sometimes it's easier to give them food that's already prepared."
a new study by consumer group Which? has found.
Kellogg’s Frosties, Morrisons’ Choco Crackles and Nestlé Cookie Crisp were among the sweetest cereals tested, with more than a third of the recipe for each comprising pure sugar.