For many of us today signals a return to work after the half-term holiday. For others it might be just a bit of the ‘same old, same old’ beginning of the week – but your lunch box doesn’t have to be that way! Regular visitors will know I enjoy making jar salads for lunch (sometimes
I often ask at Support Group meetings and also on Forums what kind of recipes you would like and the answer is often for something simple. Many newbies also say that the soft or puréed stage of eating is tricky and they would like more help with ideas and recipes for this ‘amber’ stage.
So yes it’s farewell goat and hello monkey on Monday to celebrate Chinese New Year. Do you have anything planned to celebrate this date? It comes in a busy week – what with Pancake Day on Tuesday and Valentine’s Day on Sunday, so you can be forgiven for thinking it’s just another meal to
Coronation Chicken is that perennially popular dish created by Rosemary Hume, co-founder of the Cordon Bleu Cookery School, to celebrate the Queen’s coronation in 1953. Like the monarchy itself, it has evolved down the decades and has been endlessly adapted, to make the most of modern day ingredients and to suit current appetites. I
OK, so we haven’t quite got an Indian Summer as yet (although today is glorious!) but here’s the nearest thing – a salad with mellow tones of Indian spices and fragrant mango in the mix. I made it, and enjoyed it for lunch yesterday, even sat outside in the sunshine to eat it (such