So the much anticipated Easter Parade begins … and whether you plan to have an all-out formal kind of gathering; a very casual laid-back get together; or get out into the outdoors this coming weekend the decorations, food and gifts have an important part to play.
Hallowe’en – love it or hate it there’s no getting away from it! And certainly things are going to get scary over the next week! Personally I have great memories of spooky nights with my children in the past where we traipsed ‘zombie-like’ around our neighbourhood, trailing blood-soaked (ok – kechup/catsup) rags in our
This week is CHOCOLATE WEEK! Usually a time when I try to sit on my hands and avoid all the temptation that chocolate brings. But not all chocolate is barred (sorry for the pun) from a post-bariatric dietary regime … we can enjoy the occasional treat just like everyone else. My occasional chocolate treat
Tomorrow is St George’s Day….how will you celebrate? With a rib of beef, a steak, some English pork or lamb or just a typically English dish like shepherd’s pie or fish and chips? We’ll probably have a slow-cooked beef casserole, served with lots of good seasonal
We’re determined here to have the tastiest street party for the Royal Wedding. But what cake can you celebrate with after wls? Well, for me as a gastric bypass patient, certainly not a rich iced fruit cake, or William’s favourite chocolate, meringue, rich tea biscuit and glace fruit concoction alternative! Here is my answer..a bariatric-friendly cupcake with