Thursday, 14 February 2008

Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Tuesday, 12 February 2008

Valentines Recipe: Asparagus in Ginger and Satsuma Sauce with Heart Crisps

This recipe has asparagus to make him taste sweeter and heart shaped potatoes to make the meal romantic as well as ginger which is supposed to be an aphrodisiac. What more could you want on valentines day.

Click here for the recipe:

Saturday, 9 February 2008

Valentines Recipe: Tomato soup with garlic croutons

This soup will make a lovely starter to a valentines day dinner. It is a rich red colour and you can give it a romantic touch by adding heart shaped croutons.

Valentines Recipe: Breakfast Pancake Hearts

I have a selection of Valentines recipes featured on the website at the moment.

The first of these is breakfast pancake hearts. It is a great way to surprise your lover on the morning of February 14th.

The recipe can be found here:

Thursday, 7 February 2008

RECIPE: Mexican Bean Wraps

These wraps are filling and delicious. If you want to make the mixture go further you can add some brown rice.

Wednesday, 6 February 2008

NEWS: Tescos Chickens

Tescos have reduced the price of their whole chickens to under £2, probably to try and encourage people who are being put off eating them because of the recent publicity into the conditions they are kept in. I just wish that other people could see through this but I'm sure it won't happen.
To see the article click here:

RECIPE: Blueberry Salad

This is a really healthy breakfast dish. The fruit is sweet and full of vitamins.

Tuesday, 5 February 2008

RECIPE: Basic Pancake

This is a soya free pancake recipe. I usually add soya milk to my pancake mix, but as I'm not having soya at the moment I used water instead and it came out fine. I can't guarantee you will get a face on your pancakes though!

Sunday, 3 February 2008

RECIPE: Lentil Bake

This was a great addition to our sunday roast and even the kids enjoyed it:

Saturday, 2 February 2008

RECIPE: Quick Curry

This is a quick to prepare curry. From start to finish it should take no longer than 30 minutes.


I am sure it is way too early for the vitamins and giving up soya to make a difference, but today my neck feels less swollen to the touch. The skin feels looser. The size of it may have gone down by a couple of millimeters as well. I may be imagining it, but I'm hoping it will carry on (especially as I'm already missing some of the foods that have soya in and I wouldn't want giving them up to be a waste of time!).