Yesterday, I invited a few people for supper to celebrate a friend’s recovery from a rather horrible health scare. I had been planning to cook a fish tagine but, typical me, ended up at the last minute changing my mind. It was such a beautiful day that I decided I wasn’t in the mood for the deep, earthy flavours of Morocco and wanted something lighter and more zingy to match the mood of impending Spring. Too late to find a recipe, I ended up rooting in the fridge and putting this together and it turned out to be seriously delicious. Continue reading
One of the great joys of going ketogenic has to be the freedom to put a huge dollop of mayonnaise onto your plate. Agreed? Suddenly something we always consumed with guilt has become a way to fuel weight loss.
Well yes… and no…
As summer draws to a close, I’m getting back into my Monday fasting routine. I find it’s a great way to start the week because:
- It’s one day I don’t have to think about food.
- It clears my head and body after any weekend indulgence.
- It supports healing & repair (especially in the gut) and encourages breakdown of damaged cells.
- It feels great.
We’ve just returned from a few hot and heady days in Rome enjoying some delicious food –and arrived home in time for an English heat wave. Continue reading
I’ve got some of my favourite people coming for supper tomorrow night and I’m going to enjoy spending time in the kitchen over the next 24 hours getting ready. Continue reading
It’s not always easy to eat enough oily fish, and it can be difficult to find easy and delicious low carb foods for lunch and snacks. This recipe ticks both boxes, and it’s almost too easy to call a recipe: Continue reading