Although terrine's may be just a glorified meatloaf in some people’s books, they are great for lunch, dinner or a picnic meal.
Sisters Leah and Trudi put their best feet forward for a very special reason.
We've found the best free tools to help you trim down, shape-up and adopt healthy lifestyle habits.
The Weekly's book editor, Kerre McIvor, reviews Jodi Picoult’s new novel.
The 7 Days comedian is shooting for a cure.
This nutty, herby crumb crust makes the tender lamb cutlets feel a whole lot more substantial.
Maximise your outdoor space by perfectly positioning your garden pots.
This is a fun film for the kids, and with strong themes of “saving the rainforest”, they even may learn a thing or two along the way.
Brighten up your spring look with pink, the most versatile and prettiest make-up shade.
Animal lover and vegetarian, Suzanne Paul, shares her natural goal.
Thanks to Peckish Brown Rice Crackers, the Weekly has a picnic prize pack to give away, worth $200.
This recipe celebrates the appearance of one of our favourite spring vegetables – asparagus!
This recipe is a great dessert for someone who is dairy-free, and served with fresh strawberries.
The South African funny gal is embracing Kiwi life with her new family.
This is a grown-up pasta dish with tangy blue cheese but you could use brie if you prefer.
It’s that time again when young trick and treaters are building up to one of their favourite days of the year. With all those sweet treats on offer,
Jeremy resorts to code and spells it like it is – or isn’t.