Ingredients 1 kg potatoes 2 tablespoons Olive Oil 25 grams Unsalted Butter 1 Large Onion - coarsely chopped 2 Carrots - chopped into chunky slices 1 Tin Cannellini Beans, drained and rinsed 100 grams of dried soya mince ( I particularly like this one!) 2 Bay ...READ MORE +
Sweet or savoury – Snacks can still be healthy Whether your preference is a biscuit or two with your morning coffee (tea, herbal infusion) or potato crisps are more your thing, it is possible to incorporate a little of what you fancy without compromising your health. Sugar has become the newest ...READ MORE +
I often hear people say that they just don't have time to eat healthily but, with a little careful planning and making the most of the time you do have, you (and your family) can eat healthily every day. Let me give a few examples: Eggs - so versatile and easy to prepare in advance. Hard-boil and keep in the ...READ MORE +
Ingredients 6 large free-range eggs 2 tbsp of mixed, chopped peppers 1/2 red onion - finely chopped 2-3 broccoli heads (not the stalks) 2 teaspoons sweet corn (tinned or frozen) 2 teaspoons garden peas (frozen have a better texture) 1/2 teaspoon (or to taste) dried chilli flakes 1 ...READ MORE +
Ingredients 1 large onion 1 stick of celery, chopped 2 medium-sized carrots, grated 1 tsp dried basil 1 tsp dried oregano 3 bay leaves 1 400g tin chopped tomatoes 2 tsps Marmite 200g dried red lentils 100g button mushroom, quartered 1tbsp olive oil Method In a ...READ MORE +
Funny how a photo can trigger a memory; I came across this rather unexciting shot whilst looking for something just the other day and it immediately set me off thinking about how hard it is to please everyone when it comes to food – especially at a party! Childhood parties conjure up horrific memories of jam and ...READ MORE +
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