There’s always huge excitement here when a new newsletter goes out to all our subscribers – and this one is no exception. Indeed it’s a bit of a favourite. Why? Well because it reinforces what I often try to get across at support groups, on forums, on the website, in my books and more
Red bariatric recipes
On the run up to Christmas and the holidays you will be tempted by a good many offers of drinks and cocktails – some saintly, some demon-like and some in between. We’re no party poopers and recognise that you might like one or two but would caution some restraint (see the previous surgeon’s blog
I love a stew, casserole or slow-cooked dish that is meltingly tender and full of flavour, especially in the winter months (although I have been known to knock-up a casserole on a summer’s day when the mood takes me and the salad fayre starts to pale in interest). This is a pork one paired with
Now that the ghosts and ghoulies have gone to bed, and the mercury has dropped here like a lead balloon, here’s a lovely way to use up some of the inevitable discarded pumpkin from Hallow’een, in a soothing and restorative way – as a pumpkin and coffee latte drink, delicately flavoured for warming comfort.
DON’T THROW AWAY YOUR PUMPKIN! This jewel of a golden globe can cast a sweet spell and make a magical soup – perfect for Hallow’een or post trick or treat eating. Used in this soup recipe it provides a warming, almost devilled, lift to an autumnal veggie and wls favourite. It makes 6 good sized