Meatballs feature quite frequently in my bariatric regime, I find them wonderfully versatile to serve with pasta, rice, salad, in wraps, on skewers … well you get the idea! Sometimes I make my own from scratch and sometimes I purchase some good quality ready-made ones. A favourite at the moment is the new Heck
Many of my friends across the pond will be gearing up for the great Super Bowl match on Sunday between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. I’m told a staggering amount of chips and dips are eaten during this time! One on-line food guru says that on average 1200 calories (and 50g fat)
Heirloom tomatoes, in all their higgledy-piggledy beauty of colours, and sun-kissed nectarines with their golden-fleshed (or demure white-fleshed) beauty, encapsulate for me the height of summer. So how about giving them a love match?
For one whole month it’s quite possible that work at Bariatric Cookery may come to something of a standstill – because yes (whisper it) there’s a football tournament going on! Many of you will know we are keen fans and will be watching with much interest all teams (but especially England). Now I know
Well they say good things come in little packages and this couldn’t ring truer than for the little nuggets of nutritional gold that I tried earlier this week. Hailing from the foothills of the Andes, dried goldenberries, came onto my radar as an ingredient that would work well in a whole host of recipes. More