Ah, so it’s that time again – Hallowe’en, when ghosts, ghouls and candy assault you from all angles! Never fear … Bariatric Cookery is here and we have tips and tricks to tackle the sugar-high frenzy. Check out our features, food and tactics to beat the tricksters! Some Early Hallowe’en Tips (click here)
I simply love pumpkin! I love the versatility of this amazing food and the way that you can use it in so many different ways to make soups, stews, risottos, cakes, smoothies, pies …. and well you name it, and there seems to be a variation using it. I also adore that it looks wonderful
On the countdown to Thanksgiving, or the run up to the Christmas holidays, you can be forgiven for being a bit harried and distracted from eating a sit-down meal and yet recognise the need to pack in a punch of protein to keep the body nourished and the nerves at bay. This may well be
PETRIFYING PUMPKINS! The clock is ticking and Hallow’een is slowly creeping closer. So too are those sweet/candy treats …. STEP AWAY! I don’t want to be a fun-stripper, party-pooper or worse, but trust me … once the sampling begins it’s hard to stop. From now until Christmas there will be a whole
We haven’t dispensed with salads even though summer in the UK is well and truly over. This autumnal salad brings together the earthy flavours of roast veggies, crunchy hazelnuts and fresh herbs. With a spicy heat and the fresh zing of lime and yogurt this is an ideal salad dish for cooler days.