Emma Spencer spreads festive cheer as she remembers the Christmas Carol Service at the Rigg-Rut fountain on 2 December.
This is perhaps one of the cheapest meals, as many of the ingredients have a long shelf life. It̢����s perfect for those poor days before loan day, because you can add and take away the optional vegetables and meat.
Everyone succumbs to the Dominos-deal text at least once during their time at university. But it̢����s not cheap! Why not try this quick and cheaper ̢����not to mention healthier ̢���� alternative, that can be made to your personal tastes? It is also a great lunchtime treat to keep you going through the dark days of deadlines and exams.
Students can rejoice up and down campus: there are plans for a Nando̢����s to be built in Loughborough in the near future! The students of Loughborough will finally be able to cure their FND hangovers with Nando̢����s spicy chicken and peri peri chips.
You don̢����t need to splash out on eating out to enjoy a bit of culture. You can enjoy such a feast in your home with this adapted version of the Italian classic ̢����friendly to the student budget, of course.
Fed up of chicken? Then dive into this creamy fish pie for a bit of variety! Emma Spenser takes us through the steps…
Forgot to defrost some meat, and need something quick but filling? How about a Spanish style tortilla (or omelette as we know them)? It̢����s packed with protein and carbohydrates for students who constantly are on the go.
The best thing about stuffed peppers is that you can literally fill them with anything. This is great for vegetarians or people with intolerances. You can do it cheaply and simply and add extra ingredients on the days closer to loan day.
Deadlines are looming along with the dark and cold nights. A cheap, filling and warming meal, which reminds you of home, is needed to power through the work. Why not try this adapted version of cottage pie?