Over the weekend I had a request for some ideas for a birthday or celebration cake (or even a substitute) that a bariatric could enjoy with the rest of the family or friends. I had a similar one some time ago when a patient wanted to take a cake into the office to enjoy
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