This week I am tearing around trying to complete my gift shopping; sort out menus and pick up the food I need to complete them; see a few friends and family I won’t get a chance to see over the actual holiday; and wind down my work so that I can close the door (or
Red bariatric recipes
Ah, so it’s that time again – Hallowe’en, when ghosts, ghouls and candy assault you from all angles! Never fear … Bariatric Cookery is here and we have tips and tricks to tackle the sugar-high frenzy. Check out our features, food and tactics to beat the tricksters! Some Early Hallowe’en Tips (click here)
I’m loving the new season of squash and pumpkin produce and enjoying making my usual soups, smoothies, cakes, puddings and other delicious favourite fayre with these ever-giving and versatile ingredients. Just recently I have also been looking at a few more vegetarian options for my main meals and also some soft or amber stage
Those of you who follow me on Facebook and Twitter will have noticed recently that I have been posting regularly on Instagram. I am loving this new social media vehicle and it gives me a great opportunity to show you the kind of foods that I eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and as a snack.
Phew but it’s been warm … temperatures have been sizzling and hotting up in the UK this week and my stateside friends are reporting the same. I’ve been on the road most of the week – visiting Support Groups with my ‘Eat Right with Every Bite’ presentation but also visiting some family and friends near