I read an article today about how someone or other in marketing had come up with an idea to sex-up the humble spud – yes potatoes given a sexy treatment! Not sure how I can relate to my jacket baked potato, simple boiled new or mashed delight being coined desirable but with a sexy allure.
Love it or loathe it, Valentine’s Day is here again! Whatever your feelings towards it, there’s no denying it’s a great day to cook up a treat for your other half, your mates or yourself. We’ve got loads of inspiration for you here from steak with bariatric chips to
Just in time for Valentine’s Day comes one of my most favourite sausages in a heart-shape! I have long been a fan of Heck sausages not least because they are lean, full of meat, tasty and from Yorkshire (my old home). Now the sausage makers have cheekily changed their name and created a
Many bariatric patients find the soft or pureed stage of eating (what I call the Amber Stage) one of the most challenging. Food in its entire form often tastes very different to its pureed, soft or mashable state. For that reason some typical family meals that the rest of the family are eating can
Ok, so this is not a traditional Corned Beef Hash recipe that I developed to celebrate St Patrick’s Day…but it’s the bariatric-friendly best I can come up with. It’s not made with corned beef because the best I have come across is still 37% fat (called extra lean from M & S). This uses extra lean