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Easy Ways to 10 a Day!

Easy Ways to 10 a Day!

  If you’re new here, welcome, welcome to our Saturday What To Eat email that sees me talk about food, broadly, what I’m thinking about food and what I’m reading. Oh and what I’m eating, as that’s very important.I’m over the...
Is Food Making Our Children Anxious?

Is Food Making Our Children Anxious?

You may have heard it’s Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK, with many related charities posting and publishing ways to keep mentally healthy and encouraging us to reach out should we feel isolated and alone.But why is there hardly a mention of the link between...
It is the season of soups, isn’t it?

It is the season of soups, isn’t it?

It’s the season of soups, isn’t it? Soup has, apparently, been around since 20,000 BC (how do they know this?) and the love of it spans all continents- I mean if you have a stock cube (or even just water) and a bit of veg, you’ve got a soup. Make a...
Wraps…

Wraps…

Baked wraps are an ideal labour-saving device when you want something encased in carbs but: a) want something more toothsome than a sandwich b) less faff than fiddling with pastry They are also very good for hiding veg from kids (and some adults). I mean, everything...

My Dad’s Curries

I grew up with a Dad who cooked a curry most Sundays- a tradition that stemmed from growing up in Glasgow, surrounded by some of the best Indian and Pakistani restaurants in the UK. His curries, while potent with garlic (my classmates often complained on a Monday...

Spud Saviours

This week’s good guy in veg award has to go to Riverford. I regularly get one of their boxes so I am a big fan of Guy Singh-Watson’s ethical stance on commercial agriculture and his views on sustainability. This week, he spoke of how the company stepped in...