As much as I love to cook, there are some nights when I get in from work and I want to eat something that is quick and easy, but is filling and healthy. The dilemma that I often face is how lazy can I be and get away with it? Read the rest of this entry
Being October many young people and families will be buying their pumpkins to carve out weird and wonderful faces and put tea lights in, in preparation for Halloween. As fun as it might be to carve a face in a pumpkin, surly it is better to eat one?
A Lincolnshire publisher is putting together a charity cookbook that will feature recipes from around the county.
DPS Printing will donate all profits from the book to a unique organisation to Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service, or more commonly known as LIVES. Read the rest of this entry
I am sure that many people who follow a gluten free diet will be able to relate to my next post.
Being told later on in life that you can no longer eat wheat came as a bit of a shock and it meant that I had to learn what I could and could not eat. I did much of this of my own as, as I am sure many others have done. Shopping became a chore as I spent twice as long walking the aisles reading packets and labels. It was a nightmare and my passion for food, cooking and baking was subsiding by the minute. Read the rest of this entry
The one great thing about my job is that I get to meet and talk to a lot of people about what they do for a living and I get to hold people to account. On this occasion I was lucky enough to talk to a young chef about his new television show on Good Food. Read the rest of this entry