At the weekend we were fortunate enough to have tickets to go to a food and produce sale at Heckfield House. It’s only a small affair but the foods on offer are absolutely superb and I came away with some wonderful white currants, seasonal salad (complete with edible flowers), courgettes/zucchini, and the most flavoursome raspberries
I used to buy Chicken Kiev and Chicken Cordon Bleu thinking that they were great convenience foods because they were tricky to prepare. Not so I realise now, and the small amount of time required to make some from scratch is well worth the effort. Not only do you get a hugely superior flavour but
Our first Bariatric Cookery Pantry + Recipe was very well received which I hope demonstrates there is a need for some quick and easy, nutritious recipes using store cupboard and freezer standbys to make a main meal for yourselves and family at this tricky time. The first one was a canny affair using 3
Chicken & Bacon Pesto served on the Bariatric Portion Plate with Bariatric Portion Cutlery This is a dish that I often make if dining alone (or don’t wish to eat what others are having) and there’s an even simpler version of it (minus the bacon) in my latest book ‘The Bariatric Bible’ (details here)
Sometimes you want a grab and go breakfast that isn’t a cereal or protein bar – something savoury to start the day but is ultra-convenient. I think I have found the answer because OMG! these are delicious and just the thing to pop in a bag, box or just your hand when leaving the house.