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Fed up with your standard pint? Creamy Breakfast Milk from fully traceable pure-bred West Country Jersey and Guernsey cows could be a great addition to cereals or for an early morning latte.

Fed up with your standard pint? Creamy Breakfast Milk from fully traceable pure-bred West Country Jersey and Guernsey cows could be a great addition to cereals or for an early morning latte.

There is also a "measure strip", to show how much milk remains and to enable easy and quick recipe measuring.

Breakfast Milk costs 82p for 750ml from all good supermarkets. Visit www.breakfastmilk.co.uk for recipe ideas.

BRIGHTEN up your mornings with a new pottery breakfast set from designer Emma Bridgewater. The limited edition range, created for Lurpak, features the designer's trademark polka dot pattern in the butter firm's signature colours of blue, red and silver. The teapot is £39.95, butter dish, £27.95, and the mug £14.95, available from www.emmabridgewater. co.uk.

THE Feel Good Drinks Company has a new 750ml version of its Spritz Drink, made from a blend of juices and sparkling spring water. It has added vitamins, but no added sugar.

Flavours include Orange and Passionfruit, Cranberry and Lime, Pink Citrus and Lemon Spritz. The new Feel Good 750ml Spritz Drinks, £1.99, are available from Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Asda, Co-op and Somerfield. For more information visit www.feelgooddrinks.co.uk

STYLISH beach babes will covet the new Laurent-Perrier Ultra Babe beach bag, which is already a favourite with celebrities and supermodels such as Kate Moss and Liz Hurley. It's full of goodies such as Ultra Brut champagne - only 65 calories a glass - and beauty essentials including Heidi Klein Coconut Beach Whipped Moisturiser, Victoria Nixon's new book Supermodel's Beauty Secrets, a Laurent Perrier beach towel and a blue satin Ultra Brut eye mask. It costs £99.99 and is available from Selfridges (www.selfridges.co.uk).

IF you're looking for inspiration for yummy campfire recipes, simple dip into a couple of new books, Campfire Cuisine by Robin Donovan (Quirk Books, £9.99) or Cool Camping by Laura James (Collins, £9.99).

TYNEMOUTH'S famous Salutation Inn on Front Street is set to re-open today following a £100,000 transformation. Zoned into sections for eating, drinking and sport, meals will include fresh fish dishes as well as old favourites such as steak and ale pie with cracked black pepper mash. Vegetarians will be catered for with choices such as asparagus and Gruyere tart and spicy bean burger. Food will be served daily between 10am-7pm Monday-Saturday and noon-7pm on Sunday.

TENNIS fans can satisfy their appetites for all things to do with the racquet and ball sport by sampling the favourite dishes of the top female stars.

Whirlpool's Love Food cookbook contains 30 tasty recipes, giving you the chance to enjoy Maria Sharapova's Thai Style Stir Fried Noodles or Lindsay Davenport's Home Baked Tortilla Chips and Guacamole, or test out surprisingly naughty puddings, such as Carrot Cake, loved by Serena Williams, or Justine Henin Hardenne's treat, Chocolate Tart.

To request a copy of the cookbook, which costs £8 (incl P&P), call (0208) 649-5000 or visit www.whirlpool.co.uk and leave your details. All proceeds go to charity.

NEW website www.wildfoods.com will help you source the extra ingredients for a wild feast.

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