I am a huge football fan – but I love just about any sport, so I am eagerly awaiting the start of the Rugby World Cup tonight. Usually, our hopefully-winning pitch-side grub, features things like pizza, curry and other one-handed or eat-with-a-fork favourites. But our meal this evening
One of my most popular recipe posts was for a mid-week, low-cost, vegetarian meal – an onion and potato tortilla, so it’s time for another! This one, made from a fridge raid that produced some leftover spring greens, 3 red-skinned potatoes and a pack of cherry vine tomatoes made a wonderful and tasty
Throughout the year, regardless of country and occasion, we all have to deal with a National Holiday and all it brings to the table! Christmas, Easter, Bank Holidays, special festivals and now this weekend – Labor Day in the US. They all bring their own challenges to the bariatric post-op patient.
CHRISTMAS EVE FISHERMAN’S PIE As a complete contrast to the turkey and all the rich meats of Christmas we always have a fish pie for supper on Christmas Eve. It’s easy to put together especially if you use a chilled or frozen fish pie mix of assorted seafood available from most supermarkets. I supplement it
I usually leave all the advice around Thanksgiving to my bariatric cousins over the pond and concentrate more on Christmas or the December/January holiday season food fest. However, this year (with so many new followers from the US), I have made an exception and dipped my finger, if not my toe, into the rivers