Every time I visit a Support Group I take along a tasting treat of a slice of bariatric-friendly cake. This is for two good reasons – the first is to get everyone in a relaxed frame of mind before I utter the harsher words relating to portion control, grazing and bad-habits: and the second is
Over the weekend I had a request for some ideas for a birthday or celebration cake (or even a substitute) that a bariatric could enjoy with the rest of the family or friends. I had a similar one some time ago when a patient wanted to take a cake into the office to enjoy
I don’t know about you but I’m a little jaded this January reading constantly about detoxes, diets, new work out regimes and seeing that somewhat smug hashtag #cleanliving that seems to go with everything posted. January is the time to re-evaluate and we all need to address the excesses of the holiday season but
Trick or treat, scary fancy dress and spooky treats are all the things we love about Hallowe’en … but we also adore some frightfully good food. Nothing makes better festive fare than the plump pumpkin for this occasion. Here are some great ways to use up yours!
At the moment there’s a slight nip in the air come evening time and the sun is setting earlier in the sky….a sure sign that Autumn/Fall has arrived. I just love this time of year and the bounty of glorious food that comes with it…hand-sized onions, giant marrows, big-as-a-fist bell peppers and striped squash