Well, it's finally out there. I know I should be jumping for joy to see it, but alas, although I haven't even read it yet, the public reaction tells me that the UK Government's Childhood Obesity Strategy doesn't hit the mark. I've had an opportunity to pore over it now, and here's what I … Continue reading Must. Try. Harder.
Chilli con Jamie
Yesterday I had the absolute pleasure of cooking for a lovely group of school mums on their annual get-together in The Cotswolds. A dear friend had asked if I'd like to cater for the event, and together we hatched a plan to use this as an opportunity to raise awareness for the Food Revolution and Elizabeth's Footprint - … Continue reading Chilli con Jamie
As Jamie launches his ‘10 recipes to save your life’ for this year’s Food Revolution, here’s my twist on the basic omelette for you: Baked Mini Omelettes! Super-simple fayre, these little treats are a fun take on the humble and nutritious egg, and can be served hot or cold. The fillings are up to you – … Continue reading Omelette Twist
Countdown To Food Revolution Day 2016
On Friday May 20th, Jamie will be asking people across the world to join him, and sign up to the Food Revolution. This is our annual day of action that brings people together from around the world in thousands of events that celebrate good, fresh, real food. The ongoing global campaign provokes debate and aims to … Continue reading Countdown To Food Revolution Day 2016
Meals from Meals
Making meals from the remnants of other meals is essentially what I do most days, unless of course I've pre-planned a specific meal and bought exactly what I need in advance. I truly believe that being able to peer into your fridge and cupboards and put a meal together from whatever you find, is the cornerstone of food … Continue reading Meals from Meals