It’s been reported that tonnes of pumpkin will go to waste over the coming days from all that lantern carving. I’m not surprised but am determined that I won’t be adding mine to the pile. I have already made soup and a cake and will refresh myself with the ideas here, but have already
I admit I just ‘love’ pastry and a crustless quiche somehow can ‘miss the point’ in my dietary regime! I have therefore flirted with other ‘pastry’ options and substitutions and you’ll see some in the links at the end of this feature. But I haven’t tried a cheesy one with broccoli and wondered how
Our Mid-Autumn 2019 free Bariatric Cookery Newsletter has just gone out to all subscribers. Have you got yours? This one has some great seasonal recipes for this time of year; details of our new Solo Dining Club strand of meal ideas; and advice on a newish craze or regime Intermittent Fasting – or
Is there any date on the US calendar that causes more excitement than Thanksgiving? Probably not, but it’s not without it’s angst too. Post-op WLS patients either know from years gone by that it can be the start of a holiday regain (and thereby dread it or vow to make this year different); and newbies
Now that the ghosts and ghoulies have gone to bed, and the mercury has dropped here like a lead balloon, here’s a lovely way to use up some of the inevitable discarded pumpkin from Hallow’een, in a soothing and restorative way – as a pumpkin and coffee latte drink, delicately flavoured for warming comfort.