There are so many foods I like but I guess the key to guessing what they are lies with the seasons – so in spring I gravitate towards asparagus and herbs; in summer berries and other soft fruit; in autumn squash and orchard fruits; and in winter tropical fruits, nuts and anything vaguely festive!
Our latest Mid-Summer 2018 free Bariatric Cookery Newsletter has now gone out to all subscribers and we hope you have safely received yours. If you’re not a subscriber and would care to browse it then click on the link below https://mailchi.mp/bariatriccookery/the-sunshine-issue-for-when-life-is-sweet In this issue you’ll find some great nurturing recipes and valuable advice
GUEST POST: Nothing says summer like a warm, Sunday afternoon with a charbroiled burger in hand and potato salad. But now that you have had bariatric surgery you might be wondering “what can I eat?” The good news is that after bariatric surgery there is still a variety of delicious options to choose from. Here
We made this Spinach and Ricotta Frittata (a kind of Spanish omelette) to celebrate the arrival of our new Bariatric Bento Box. It’s protein-rich, easy to make and delicious both hot and cold. We like to serve with salad but it would make an equally good meal with other seasonal vegetables or just by itself.
I like dishes that have a dual purpose – they can serve as a meal in themselves or take a side-line position as part of a buffet or become an accompaniment to a main meal. This tomato and puy lentil salad is just this kind of dish – I like it as a vegetarian light