I am not hugely romantic when it comes to Valentine’s Day so am happy to forego the red roses and heart-shaped gestures. But I’m not a killjoy either and will enjoy a celebratory meal with my husband whether it be breakfast, lunch or supper – or even all three! We rarely go out on Valentine’s
I don’t really go in for the forced fun or jollity of Valentine’s Day nor do I enjoy the commercialism surrounding it, but I won’t be a spoil sport or killjoy for those who really do like to celebrate. Often this means champagne, red roses, chocolates, sweets/candy and other treats – some ok for
Love At First Sight Or A Slow Burn? Some say love at first sight is a load of codswallop! We say it all depends on who (or what) you are looking at. Some move quickly while others prefer to take it slow and find their true love – and why not?
Love it or loathe it, Valentine’s Day is here again! Whatever your feelings towards it, there’s no denying it’s a great day to cook up a treat for your other half, your mates or yourself. We’ve got loads of inspiration for you here from steak with bariatric chips to
Some say it with chocolates, some with champagne and yet both might not be quite right for the bariatric. Flowers always do it for me and I have enjoyed a day pass to a special spa with Mr B as a Valentine treat. This year I’m planning a special meal for both of us.