These days my most favourite picnic or packed lunch food dish is a frittata – I prefer it to a sandwich, salad or wrap. This one, made with seasonal broad/fava beans, mint and halloumi cheese is a new favourite and may well prove popular for those who avoid meat for whatever reason. You can use
I can’t promise you cloudless blue skies, sparkling blue coastline, a shady spot for a picnic or indeed any other idyll – but can I can help you with some great summery food for such places and conditions in case you get to enjoy them in next few weeks. The weather in the UK is
Super-simple to make and ultra-tasty to eat, home-made dips are not only great one-person light meals (especially for bariatrics) but also crowd-pleasing food for everyone at bbq’s, picnics and other get-togethers. Obviously they are easy to pick up at a local or mainstream store but some are surprisingly high in fat and sugars in their
Are your picnics all posh hampers and nutritious, meticulously prepared home-cooked food in sunny, flower-filled fields? Nope? Well join the Bariatric Cookery Club because it’s a rare day when ours are too. If we’ve got a time alert then maybe we’ll start a day ahead – we’ll have a go at curating
This last week life has been a picnic! I’ve been out and about quite a lot on the road for work; visiting some newsworthy attractions for inspiration; and generally taking some time out. I learnt the lesson again, and fairly quickly, that many venues and road-side stop-offs just don’t cut it for bariatric eating.