I’m not a fan of ‘free from’ or substitute foods but sometimes I miss sitting down in the morning with a bowl of something filling and comforting – that muesli feeling.
My dissident diet has become such a way of life now that I even inflict low carb menus on friends I invite for supper. So convinced am I that it’s the diet we should all be eating, fat or thin,
Fritatta (fritattae? fritattas? frittatuses?) are one of the simplest and most delicious ways to eat supper. This one, stolen from Nigel Slater’s wonderful little cook book
The perfect supper if you fancy a curry but can’t be bothered to cook it!
Back in the good old days when I used to eat cheesecake in the mistaken impression that it was lower GI than pure sugar, and therefore ‘better’ for you, I used to make Nigel Slater’s Creamy Cheesecake with Damson Sauce.
OK, I admit, this one was a bit of an accident. It started on Thursday morning; with a busy day ahead, and early supper required, I looked in the fridge and found very little in the way of inspiration apart from a celeriac, which needed using up. A quick rummage through the freezer unearthed two pieces of fish,…
A quick and simple mid week supper that doesn’t sacrifice flavour for convenience.
I can live without carbs but I can’t live without shepherd’s pie. So here’s my low carb version. Substitute the lamb for beef and you’ve got cottage pie too!