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
Remember, remember the 5th November! How could we forget it? There are umpteen deals on groaning shelves for special sausages and burgers, mountains of fist-sized potatoes (all the better for baking) and spooky cupcakes galore whose sugar levels give me a scare! So what to have on this special festive occasion if you’re a bariatric
This is the 1st recipe in the new BBB (Bariatric Budget Busters) recipe collection. It is basically a kind of chilli recipe bursting with fresh vegetables and ideal to serve with a jacket potato. Don’t be put off with the ‘Fiery’ description, you can make this