January can be a bit of a misery can’t it? The excitement of Christmas and the new year celebrations have been and gone, and it can feel like there is little to be looking forward to in the immediate future; no wonder it is the month that most people look to book a holiday! Plus,
With the cooler temperatures here, there is nothing better than some classic comfort food. And for me, comfort food is anything containing carbs, like pasta and rice dishes. The good news with rice dishes is that there is plenty of protein in there too (and my children love rice much more than that love pasta).
Eating seasonally, and being more mindful of what you eat is a great thing for us to do. Not only does it make us more conscious of the food we are eating, and to only eat when hungry, but when you eat seasonally, you are eating the produce as it is meant to be eaten.
When you’ve got young children and live in an area that is just under an hour away from nearest family members, it can mean that date nights are few and far between. Of course, we do know a few people that we’re happy to have babysit the children that aren’t family, but it isn’t always
It’s pumpkin season, and an exciting time of year. Now, it’s all well and good having spooky pumpkins perfectly placed around your home, but after Halloween has been and gone, then what? Most people just throw away their pumpkins without thinking twice about it! To me this is simply sacrilegious! Pumpkins are in fact a highly
How many meals per week are you eating away from your kitchen at home? Over the last few decades, more and more people have been ordering takeaways. However, research published by the John Hopkins School of Public Health has claimed that people who frequently cook meals at home eat healthier and consume fewer calories. Join
One of my all-time favourite cakes has to be for a lemon-drizzle cake. I remember my mum making up some from time to time, wrapping them up in foil and sending me back off to my University house with them. I was always popular with my housemates on those days. The tangy and sweet lemon
I really quite enjoy cooking and experimenting in the kitchen. As many of you will know, I am on a bit of a food journey (cringe, I called it a journey) to control my blood sugar and get my health to where it should be (with the result being another baby). So as a result,
Sorry for the delay in my next post in the PCOS Diaries series. I have had so much other work to get scheduled in that it has been hard to find the time. But breakfast foods was the last one, so now moving on to the best food for your lunch. Granted they might be