Maybe, like me, you’re trying to keep or stay on track after a few festive meals (yes, Thanksgiving you’re in the mix here!) or just want to eat in a satisfying and wholesome way (who doesn’t?). Whatever the reason I have a delicious recipe for you that has a combination of great good-for-you foods. I
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We’re super excited because we’ve just picked the first of our asparagus crop from the Bariatric Cookery kitchen garden. It isn’t huge and we need to make the most of this home-grown speciality then check out some more supplies from the farmer’s markets nearby to really indulge while it is at its best.