I love cooking fish in a foil bag and have been doing it for years. It's a great way of cooking – it's healthy and, by keeping everything in a little bag, the flavours are beautifully intense. You can prep this in advance – but don't forget to write your loved one a little message, plus some cooking instructions, and attach it to the foil. A lovely thing to find waiting for you in the fridge.
Facchinetti serves up elegant ode to luxury for Valentino
Cleverly Folded Knitting Patterns - What could be simpler than these quick projects? Just as in origami, all you have to do is knit one flat piece, in most cases just a rectangle or square, then fold it into a bag, a shrug, a toy and more. Let your creativity go by trying different knitting stitches.
Show stopping Chocolate Easter Bark (with HOW TO VIDEO!). A brilliant make for a Comic Relief Bake Sale! Who wouldn't want to snap up a bag of this?! Super simple and easy to make, topped with MaltEaster Malteaser Bunnies, chocolates and sprinkles, this is a no bake, must make for Easter.