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From keeping little ones occupied to creating restaurant favourites at home, we've got it covered!

Fun garden games that’ll help little ones get some much-needed fresh air

Trying to keep kids occupied during holidays and weekends is no mean feat. Yes, there’s movies to be watched and iPads to be played on, but there’s only so much time one can spend inside. Getting kids out into the garden not only keeps them healthy and active, it’s also great for mental health and gives them a much needed appreciation for nature.  With this in mind, we’ve rounded up four fun garden games for kids to enjoy in the garden all summer long…

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The ultimate Nando’s fakeaway to enjoy at home

What isn’t there to love about a cheeky Nando’s? It’s a go-to for a catch up with friends, a date night with your other half or for a family dining experience. We are all having withdrawals from not being able to head to our local intu and have our favourite peri-peri chicken order but more than that, we are missing the whole in-restaurant experience that is Nando’s; from the ice machine, to the flavour markers, to the sauce station.

When it comes to Nando’s everyone has their own must-have dish and we will show you how to recreate those famous Nando’s peri-peri dishes as a fakeaway, plus some hints on what you can do to really bring that Afro-Portuguese experience to your own kitchen table!

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The ultimate Wagamama’s fakeaway to enjoy at home

Sometimes, nothing hits the spot quite like a Wagamama’s – the chilli squid, yaki soba, teriyaki donburi and of course, our all-time favourite, THE chicken katsu curry. As part of our fakeaway series we’ve shown you how to make the cult sausage, bean and cheese melt from Greggs and your favourite sides from Nando’s and now we will show you how to whip up a Wagamama classic – the katsu curry with help from our good friends at Wagamama who are revealing their famous katsu recipe via their ‘Wok from home’ series.

However, we know that it’s not just the food you miss, it’s the fun of eating out. It’s the paper menu placemats and sitting shoulder to shoulder with the next person tucking into their bowl of noodles that really sets the scene for enjoying your favourite dish. That’s why we’re taking it to the next level by not only showing you how to make your very own chicken katsu curry but also how you can convert your home into a pop-up Wagamama restaurant for full in-restaurant authenticity.

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Head over to intu Inside Source for  even more great ideas for spending time at home!

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