It’s been an expensive few weeks here at Bariatric Cookery – we’ve been buying as well as making gifts for the holiday season; investing in some new exercise kit more suitable to the weather conditions; and also ‘paying up front’ on some new IT changes for the website which you’ll see in 2017 (watch
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Gosh but it’s chilly today (some of our visitors in the north have also seen the first flakes of snow) and I just feel an overwhelming need for warming, comfort food. Chilli fits this bill admirably and is so easy to put together especially if you have a few cans of beans in your larder.
All that walking around knocking on doors and tricking neighbours for tasty treats can work up an appetite! This warming, comforting and time-tolerant cottage pie is bound to blow away even the spookiest cobwebs – and keep
It may seem a tad over the top to call this pie recipe ‘the ultimate’ one, but it is seriously the best to date! I featured it in my last free newsletter (see here) but think it’s worth sharing here on the website too. It has all the flavour of my previous very popular Herder’s Pie (in ‘Return to