Vegetarian and Vegan eating has become something of a thing at the moment (or maybe you are are calling it the more trendy ‘plant-based’ eating?) I think it can at times be quite challenging. I especially think that trying to adhere to a Vegan diet in particular is more than trying. I therefore
GUEST POST: According to researchers, the top 5 foods associated with comfort are beans on toast, bangers and mash, tomato soup, chicken pie and macaroni cheese – foods often associated with happy childhood memories. They are often just what we crave when it’s cold outside and we want to warm our body and soul with
Bonfire Night means bangers to me! Not the exploding firework kind (although I don’t mind them) but the meaty sausage sort. And what better than bangers and mash? I have little problem in demolishing a sausage but do chew very, very well and choose a good meaty and low fat variety for good nourishment,
We’ve given you lots of ideas for celebrating Bonfire Night over the last 6 years (see some in the boxes at the end of this feature) and here is another one. This one also makes the most of British Sausage Week currently being enjoyed. It’s a sweet, savoury and totally irresistible quick oven-baked dish
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!