Tag: cooking

The Easiest Frittata Recipe

Aside from their significance as a major plot point in the Harrison Ford – Rachel McAdams film, Morning Glory, frittatas are one of those recipes that everyone seems to have their own little twist on. And why not? Their versatility means that even the newest […]

Just eat more vegetables.

People like shortcuts. Maybe it’s a symptom of our modern world, where we can get pretty much anything we want at the touch of a button.   Speaking of shortcuts, I’m often asked by friends, family and colleagues about the fastest ways to get healthy […]

Stories I loved this week.

Happy weekend! I can’t wait to hang out with my husband and son and relax this weekend.  And it’s Bonfire Night on Saturday! We’re going to check out our local Guy Fawkes fireworks display and let J have a few sparklers  – can’t wait!

What are you up to this weekend?

How it feels when your friends have babies. (Refinery 29)

What to eat when you have no idea what to cook. (The Pool)

I learned how to sharpen knives on Leiths knife skills course last year and it has been a revelation for my food prep. (Lucky Peach)

I love this idea of fine dining club for young children and their parents. I was a part of one when I was on maternity leave and it was incredible to be able to try some of the top restaurants in London with my son with me. (Bon Appetit)

The woman is incredible – doing so much, with a little toddler by her side. (Motherly)

How to choose a probiotic that will actually work. (Well + Good)

This is one of the best things I’ve read in a while. (Nplusone)

In case you missed it earlier on the blog…

I made chestnut pancakes and they were sooo good.

I’ve been wondering why we don’t talk about nutritious eating more.

Stories I loved this week.

I’m back in student clinic this weekend and I’m really looking forward to getting hands with clients and turning all of my theoretical knowledge into practice. What are you up to this weekend? Yes, there really is something so comforting about great cookery writing. I’m […]

Things I Love: 13 Ways To Simplify Your Life

I recently had the pleasure of attending a talk with Sarah Wilson, the Australian journalist who has spearheaded the I Quit Sugar movement in Australia. She spoke for an hour about 13 ways to simplify your life. It was a really fun talk with loads […]

Stories I loved this week.

bike in the golden hour

It’s been a bit of daze of working and studying recently. I’ve managed to squeeze a few fun things like seeing Sarah Wilson speak last week and have some lovely dinners with my friends and my boys.

Only a few more weeks of study and I’ll be done for the summer! What are your summer plans?

Science is showing us that depression is an inflammatory condition, not a chemical imbalance as previously thought. It’s amazing that there more information emerging about the importance of the gut microbiome. (Well + Good)

I’m still thinking about the amazing 10% Human. So much fascinating research about the gut microbiome (i.e. the good and bad bacteria in our gut), its effect on our immune system and the connection to so many modern disease like obesity, depression, eczema and diabetes.

Why smoothies are better than juices. It’s about that fibre! (Nutrition Facts)

I really want this amazing summer dress. Y’know, for when summer finally arrives in London. (Finery)

How to poach an egg, including an Australian version. I need to learn this skill this summer! (Bon Appetit)

How restaurants ‘trick’ you into drinking more wine. (Science of Us)

Stories I loved this week.

Another week goes by and it’s another week that I’m closer to finishing my second year of my nutrition degree. I had my final practical assessments last week, which were nerve wracking and amazing at the same time and my final year exam is on […]

Feeding toddlers.

Photo by André Robillard My son is now two and a fully paid up member of the big boy eating club. After much research, we decided to go with baby led weaning when we were moving him on to solid food. We were fairly relaxed about […]