Eating a healthy diet but not full of the energy you feel you should have?
Did you know it’s possible to consume foods that are rich in nutrients that the body cannot utilise due to anti- nutrients?
Sprouted seeds and grains get rid of some of these anti nutrients allowing your body to utilise more nutrients from the food you are consuming.
So, before you reach for any nutritional supplements or wonder why your balanced healthy diet isn’t all it should be cracked up to be – why not try including sprouted seeds and grains to your diet? Read More →
A truly scrumptious salad brimming with amazing fresh flavours. Perfect to serve on its own for lunch or with some prawns or chicken for a more substantial meal. Read More →
Pho, pronounced ‘faar” ( which could lead to a number of kin good jokes!) is a delicious, fragrant mind blowing dish from Vietnam. I travelled round Vietnam a few years ago learning as much as I could about the way they cook as I love the flavours of Vietnamese food so much. This soup was definitely one of my favourites.
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Slow cooked lamb shanks
I do love living in Denver but it’s only February and I’m already over the snow. I need a beach, the sea, my bikini and a few days. Having had a shed load of snow in Blue River last week – so much we ended staying an extra day ( ‘ roads will be too tough to travel back on my love’ which I roughly translated to ‘ too much powder to even contemplate leaving today’) and we apparently have even more snow coming this weekend -and with another foot forecast- there’s only one thing to do – cook lots of delicious warming stews ready to scoff down when returning from the snow. An extremely easy to prepare dish I made last week was slow roasted Lamb Shanks with roasted cauliflower.
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