Am I the only one to find this time of year tricky food wise? I don’t want to give up on lighter summery dishes but also feel the need for something a bit more comforting to cope with the cooler temperatures (especially in the evening or at sun down). I find the solution is
It must be the end of ‘dry January’ because I’ve had a number of requests to ask for healthy cocktails or celebratory drinks. Well, I hate to break it to you, but there’s no really such thing – unless you’re thinking of a smoothie and the jury is also out on that one.
Brazil is very ‘now’ because of the run up to the Olympics and we have been very busy here in our test kitchen testing and developing some fabulous new bariatric-friendly recipes to enjoy over the coming weeks. They’ll wing their way out to you in the next free bariatric newsletter in the next couple of
A very Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends and followers across the pond! This year I will simply repost my link to the advice I gave last year on negotiating the feast day since it still holds fast and true. View it here. But also knowing that occasionally you like to ring the changes
I hadn’t seriously planned to post any more warming soup recipes until the snow arrived again today. This is a truly warming soup, quick and easy to make and also thrifty enough with ingredients to be a Bariatric Budget Buster recipe. Enjoy with some crusty bread if you can tolerate it. SPICED PARSNIP AND CARROT