The Economically Sound Food Choice: Part 3

It’s time to take stock of how far you’ve made a chicken go so far – We started with a roast and progressed it to an omelette – great for a protein dense meal choice, whether you sit down to …

The Economically Sound Food Choice: Part 2

Leading on from the original article based on making a whole chicken go a long way, which can be found HERE, today we look at what to start doing with the leftovers… You’ve made the roast and tried out a …

Smoked Mackerel Pate

This food choice will work well when you’re battling the morning rush on sourdough toast, accompany vegetable sticks for a midday snack or give you a great source of protein for a post workout option, with either of the above …

The Economically Sound Food Choice: Part 1

After watching an episode of ‘Eat Well For Less’ on the BBC recently I found it infuriating that the programme most definitely didn’t live up to its title! Families are made to live for a week using cheaper variations of …

The Marmite of Organ Meats

There will be many of you out there that turn your nose up at the thought of having liver for dinner, and I have to admit until a few years ago I was in the same boat. You might have …

Beanz Meanz Heinz…Until Now

Working in the field of nutrition I’m always trying to come up with new ideas for healthy meals that are both easy to make and packed full of flavour, however this recipe is nothing more than a simple adaptation to …

Wheat Free Weekend Winner

For this recipe I find it works best on one of those days when you have a little bit of time on your hands to start being creative in the kitchen The theme is something classic but with a twist …

Real Easy Breakfast Ideas

When it comes to the first meal of the day we often grab the ‘easiest’ option going, but are the traditional ‘breakfast foods’ really as nourishing and time effective as we might think? Often when I speak to friends and …

The Raw Power Of Milk

Today we pasteurise milk at 72oC for 15 seconds, however this wasn’t always the case, between the years of 1883 and 1906 the time and temperature used varied from 50-100oC and between 1 minute to 6 hours. Irrespective of this …