Apples going spare? We seem to always have a glut in our house, so I did a little thinking and made a batch of apple crisps as a snack for the children. These children are now addicted to them. Good job that they're super-easy to make, healthy as, well, apples, and cheaper than a bag … Continue reading Apple Crisps
Must. Try. Harder.
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.
World Food Programme Falafel
This month's Food Revolution Challenge comes to us from the World Food Programme (WFP). The FamilyChef Project shares recipes from around the world - it helps people to explore the culinary treasures and cooking abilities of refugees benefiting from WFP's cash and vouchers (an initiative that enables individuals to buy the food they need to cook their traditional … Continue reading World Food Programme Falafel
Jamie Oliver recently published his '10 recipes to save your life' - if you can master these simple recipes, you can feed yourself and your family for the rest of your life. We're bringing you easy twists on each of these recipes to extend your repertoire. My twist on Jamie's DIY Oaty Fruity Cereal is … Continue reading Superfood Cereal
This recipe fills me with joy. Simple and rustic, yet so beautifully elegant, filling, nutritious and satisfying at the same time. It has its roots in France and brings out the best of 'whatever you have available'. You could call it a spin on the classic Salade Niçoise or Provençal, or even a Mesclun.. it all … Continue reading Mélange Salad