I have said before how I was raised a vegetarian but I’d never really taken much interest in food as a child, or even as an adult. I never educated myself about it and my version of vegetarianism was meat substitutes, potatoes, bread and anything that went well with pasta, usually pesto. Occasionally I’d spend some time in the kitchen making a salad or cake but mostly, it was a quick in and out job. Continue reading “Reflection: Food Attitude”
This is such a simple recipe and not at all ingredients-heavy! A staple dish in our repertoire, this vegetarian version will delight even carnivorous hearts.
This is a simple and nutritious way to top up your family’s 5-a-day. Great to get the kids involved in making this and I enjoy this with a jacket potato or roasted sweet potato wedges which are just so easy and delicious. And the kids will love it too, for reasons of taste and achievement. Continue reading “A Simple and Delicious Bean Salsa”
A simple, nutritious and oh so delicious breakfast recipe. I have this most mornings as it just gives me a fresh lift to start the day. Without further ado, here it is.
What’s the most difficult part of sticking to a new year’s resolution? You’re challenged with what you’ve been putting off for SO long. The new year came along and you figured what better time to transform yourself. I’d been thinking about doing it for a while, but never quite so seriously.
This morning I was struck with inspiration. Clear skies, sun and moon out, crisp air and a walk to nursery to drop Dragon off. Continue reading “Crunchy Breakfast Bowl”
The sheer volume of healthy foodies and their philosophies is overwhelming, don’t you find? There is so much advice on wellness and healthy nutrition that I’m finding myself slightly skeptical; it’s dizzying! No dairy, no bread, low carb, locally sourced, no sugar, etc. Who can keep up? Continue reading “My Food Philosophy”