It’s taken me a long time, many books on diet and nutrition, a few nutrition courses and lots of trial and error on my own part to finally reach a conclusion on just what is the right way to lose weight.
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So fresh, tasty, easy and delicious!! – Makes a great lunch or a starter for an evening meal. Compressing the watermelon, concentrates and intensifies the flavour of the it, which in turn compliments the creamy taste of the goats cheese. A drop or two of blackberry vinaigrette, a few toasted pine nuts and and some chopped mint leaves and this dish will astound you with its simplicity yet it’s amazing ‘gourmetness’ (real word)! Read More →
I love these little Thai mouthfuls , they are literally bursting with FLAVOUR. They are dead easy to make and really do add a WOW factor to your party/dinner. If you want to serve them as a starter, just make them a title larger, and serve on a bed of greens. Read More →
I made a huge bowl of this for lunch yesterday and scoffed the whole lot!! Its bursting with amazing flavours that are guaranteed to get those saliva glands working overtime!! I NEED to make more today it was so delicious!!! The best thing is, It’s really easy to make, quick and healthy (of course!) and the crispy onions just finish the dish off beautifully! If you want to make it a more substantial dish just add a couple of tablespoons of cooked quinoa in there, and Robert’s your father’s brother, you have an amazing main dish brimming with health (and happiness!) waiting for you to devour it! Read More →
This is a small adaptation of my healthy little seed cracker recipe – having just made some home made goats cheese, I decided to use some of the left over whey (which traditionally gets thrown away by most people) – it’s a mighty nutrient powerhouse of an addition! If you haven’t just made goats cheese, add a little goats milk and water to your mixture instead of the whey It adds such a delicious creamy flavour to the crackers! Read More →