I’ve often considered pork to be an under-rated meat. It’s a very cost-effective to purchase if you’re on a budget and is marvelous in stews and casseroles. For much of my twenties I was a vegetarian. Only thing is, I had one weakness; it was a café in central Barnsley that sold the most amazing
Last week I was writing about my experiences of using a slow cooker. Over the past few days I’ve been experimenting with something entirely different; the Tefal Cook4me multicooker. I wasn’t entirely sure what to make of the Cook4me when it first arrived. Appearance wise, it reminded me of a small, Soviet-era satellite and it
This is a blog post dedicated to the mighty fish finger. I love fish fingers. When it comes to feeding the children, fish fingers have got me out of trouble many a time. I think the fish finger is the ultimate convenience food. I’m sure a nutritionist would have a thing or two to say
If you have school-aged children, where do you sit in the Great School Dinners Debate? Do you send your kids in with a packed-lunch or rely on school dinners?
A few weeks ago I wrote this blog post about Toddler Adams and the challenges I was having getting her to eat. As the post proved quite popular, I thought I’d write an update. Essentially the problem has been solved. Although I had tried a number of different approaches to get her to eat the