Breakfast/Brunch is often the best time of any day and should be extra decadent on a lazy bank holiday. This week we have been trying out some new vegetarian sausage alternatives in the Bariatric Test Kitchen but I volunteered to test the breakfast/brunch alternative on behalf of everyone else this bank holiday in the UK!
A slice of quiche packed for lunch in our Bariatric Bento Box I often eat quiche – it’s versatile, easy to prepare and stores well. It also lends itself to so many meal occasions – main meal, light lunch, supper, picnic and alfresco dining alike. What I have always done post-op is to avoid the
Dry January and even February doesn’t exist for me since I am a ‘dry all-year-round’ post-surgery patient through choice. It does mean however that I have been looking for a non-alcoholic option that I can happily serve to my non-WLS friends who have been doing the January/February thing; the school-night brigade who forego a tipple
According to my newspaper yesterday ‘you’re nobody if you don’t eat from a bowl this year’. For, thanks to Nigella and Gwyneth, eating from a bowl is the default order for fashionable foodies this year. Well forgive me for sounding boastful but I think we have been bang-on-trend and ahead of the curve
This feature on Christmas Coffees caused quite a stir yesterday …. over 5 million people shared the feature on-line and I dare say a good many more thumbed the newspaper print. It basically lifted the lid on the range of high street festive coffee offerings in terms of calories, sugar and fat. Now I