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Guilt - Free Italian (part 2) - Seared tuna steak with courgettes and capers, Courgettes with truffle and mint dressing, Fresh blackberry and Prosecco jelly
This tasty dish takes less than 15 minutes to cook, so it’s perfect for a quick fix after a long day. Tuna is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids
Guilt - Free Italian (part 1) - French beans with sun-dried tomatoes, feta and mozzarella, Linguine with prawns and rocket
Heat the olive oil in a large frying pan and shallow-fry the garlic, pine nuts and chilli for about 20 seconds, then add the prawns and cook it all together for about one minute.
Spinach, Beetroot & Egg Salad
Beetroot is an excellent source of fibre and is also packed with beta-carotene, Folate, potassium, vitamin C and iron
Slow-Roasted Tomato & Steak Rolls
Meanwhile, heat remaining oil in a large non-stick frying pan on medium. Sauté onions 4 – 5 minutes, stirring, until tender. Mix in vinegar and sugar and cook 4 – 5 minutes, to caramelize.
Miso Salmon Noodles
Meanwhile, in a medium saucepan, cook noodles following packet instructions. Add broccolini and beans 2 minutes before end of cooking time. Drain, reserving 2 tablespoons cooking water.
Cinnamon & Pear Porridge
Raw honey hasn’t been heat treated, so it retains all the antibacterial health benefits. Studies have shown it keeps free radicals at bay. You can find it in health
Buttermilk & Blueberry Pancakes
Heat a large non-stick frying pan on medium. Spray with a little oil. Working in 2 batches of 4, pour ¼ cupfuls of mixture in pan. Cook 1 – 2 minutes, until bubbles appear on surface and underside is golden.
Cambodian Gazpacho - Chill Out With This Veggie-Loaded
Chill out with this veggie-loaded, subtly spicy take on the classic cold soup, courtesy of chef Ben Daitz and co-owner Ratha Chaupoly, the duo behind New York City dining hotspot Num Pang.
Shape Up Your... Grilled Cheese
The childhood staple is enjoying a renaissance, with specialized eateries springing up everywhere but its nutritional profile is still in the dark ages (800 calories and 37 grams of fat!).
Refueling During A Sweat Session
Once you compare foods by cost per serving size not per calorie, as previous studies have you see that nutritious options don’t have to put a pinch on your wallet.
How To Be An Ice Queen : Shepherd’s chocolate ice cream, Strawberry and coconut cream
Whizz the remaining ingredients in a blender until smooth. Decant the mixture into a bowl and stir in the crushed strawberries. Transfer to an ice-cream maker and freeze according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Put in a freezer-proof container and freeze until firm.
Cut The Crave : Ensure You Stop Any Food Urges
Want to stop automatically reaching for that afternoon fizzy drink, or tarnishing your week’s healthy eating effort with a carb binge? Whether it’s salt, sweets or the white stuff you’re after, you can out a stop to your cravings.
A Variety Of Colors Helps To Keep Us Healthy
‘Use by’ means food can be eaten up to the end of the ‘use-by’ date but not after, even if it looks OK. ‘Best before’ refers to food quality not food safety. When the date has passed, the food won’t be unsafe, but it might be past its best. ‘Display until’ is designed only for shop staff and doesn’t refer to food safety.
‘Kids Keep It Real, They Toss Your Ego’
Being a mother changed me. It joyously gave me a second childhood and flooded me with love and laughter, which in turn gave me another, more beautiful way of looking at the world around me. It also stretched and strung me out – i was transformed by nights of colic and crying to morph into a different me: a very real and honest me.
What It Feels Like When…You Have A House Husband
The first day was difficult. I work from our attic and I developed the hearing of a bat, flinching at every stumble or cry from downstairs. I missed her like mad. I looked at her baby pictures on my computer and I didn’t write a word.
Trapped By Epilepsy : “I Can’t Even Leave The House On My Own”
Every day in the UK, 75 people are diagnosed with epilepsy, yet few of us know the true implications of living with the condition. Sara Brannan, 33, reveals the impact that suffering from extreme epilepsy has had on her life
My Life With An Alcoholic (Part 2)
By the time my daughter was born, three years later, our marriage was over. Sam was completely drunk, comatose in the spare room, when, already having contractions, I drove myself to hospital.
My Life With An Alcoholic (Part 1)
How do you cope when the man you married loves drinking more than he loves you? Clover Stroud tells us how her husband’s addiction destroyed their relationship – and how she finaly made the heartbreaking decision to leave
Money-Wise Tips And Recipes
I defy anyone on this earth to consider Jill Fade’s crystallized edible flowers anything other than completely exquisite – guaranteed to supply the wow factor on a summer celebration cake. Jill grows all the flowers – violas, cornflowers and primroses are typical – at her Devon farmhouse without chemicals or pesticides.
Naturally Sweet - Why Not Try It In Your Favorite Recipes
As the UK’s first blend of pure cane sugar and sweet Stevia leaf extract, Light at Heart is the natural choice for the whole family. You can use it just like sugar but, because it’s twice as sweet, you only need half the amount.
Planning with Kids : Avoiding Christmas chaos - A Christmas Day menu plan
Planning the food in advance means you have time to play with. You can choose some foods in advance and spread out the workload. If extended family are coming over, you can also incorporate their contributions into your plan.
Planning with Kids : Avoiding Christmas chaos - A 10-week Christmas preparation plan
Not everything that has to be done is written in the plan, but the main tasks are all included. By following the plan, I can balance my workload evenly instead of enduring the mad last-minute rush of some previous Christmases.
Planning with Kids : Avoiding Christmas chaos - Christmas preparation in July
Over the past couple of years I’ve started doing some initial planning for Christmas in July, and this has helped me stay sane and get some sleep in the lead-up to Christmas.
Why We Really Broke Up (Part 2)
I can confirm that a French country villa, no matter how beautiful, is the last place on earth you want to be when you discover your boyfriend is writing poems to his ex, starting with the immortal lines, ‘Why did I leave you for a fairer flower/ When the fairest flower of all was in my arms the whole time?’
Why We Really Broke Up (Part 1)
Why did your last relationship end? Was he cheating with the cute receptionist at the gym? Were you doing long-distance, which meant more Skype time than real time? Maybe he was a teacher-slash-secret-porn-star who covered up his double life the whole time you were dating?
Planning with Kids : Stress-free birthday parties - Parties away from home, Birthday presents
I’m one of those people who frequently buy books as birthday presents. I think they make great gifts. However, it doesn’t seem appropriate to give the same child a book for a present year after year.
Planning with Kids : Planning a stay-at-home party
When planning a kid’s birthday party I find the simplest option is usually the best. To streamline the party organisation and keep it simple, I use a 10-point birthday party plan.
Busy Women's Guide To Barbecue Heaven
If you’re partying through the summer and feeding lots of friends and family, it could be time to invest in alfresco cooking equipment that’s up to the job!
Sumptuous Fruit, Super Snacks & Luscious Ice Cream
Biting into a juicy peach is one of the pleasures of warmer weather, and their fragrant flesh marries well with both Savoury and Sweet flavors.
Planning with Kids : Preparing for holidays - Flying with kids, Staying home with kids
I thoroughly enjoy school holidays. I love the break it gives us from the school routine, the opportunity it gives the younger kids to play with their older siblings and, as the school terms are so busy, I love the time it gives the kids to relax.
Planning with Kids : Preparing for holidays - Driving with kids
We involve the kids in the packing process and ask them to help choose the clothes they should take. Once they’ve decided, I draw up a checklist for them to use when packing. As not all the kids can read yet, the checklist has both words and pictures.
Yummy Lesson ! Favored Ice Cubes - Lemon and olive oil cake
Keeping pitchers of juice cold when you’re entertaining at home is always a challenge. Loading it up with ice cubes is the obvious answer, but of course, that also results in a diluted, watery flavor.
Yummy Ideas : Broccoli Pasta Salad, Cheesy Mexican Rice, Raclette Bruschetta, Fruit and Yogurt Salad
Gobble up this tasty take on good ol’ pasta salad! In a pan with 3 tablespoons olive oil, sauté 3 cloves garlic (minced) and 1 small onion (cubed). Once the onions are translucent, add 1 head broccoli (chopped) and pepper.
Pasta In Shrimp Pink Sauce
Using a ladle, scoop out half of the mixture and purée in a blender. Return to the pan. Turn on fire and cook at medium heat for 2 minutes. Pour in heavy cream. Boil then simmer for 2 minutes.
Weekday Food … Ready, Set, Go! (Part 4)
To make the rice, soak it in the water for 30 minutes. Heat the vinegar, sugar and salt, stirring, until the sugar has dissolved. Cool. Boil the rice and water for 1 minute, reduce the heat, cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Set aside, covered, for 10 minutes, then turn into a shallow dish and fold in the vinegar.
Weekday Food … Ready, Set, Go! (Part 3)
To make the Yorkshire pudding, whisk the eggs, then add the milk and water. Sift in the flour and salt and whisk until smooth. Chill for 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 220*C. Grease a square baking pan with the oil and heat in the oven until smoking hot. Whisk the batter, then pour into the pan.
Weekday Food … Ready, Set, Go! (Part 2)
Braise the shallots in 2T olive oil, covered, for 30 minutes. Rub 2T flour with the remaining butter and whisk into the shallots until the juice is slightly thick. Spoon over the chicken. Add the mushrooms and sprinkle with parsley. Serve with the baguette.
Weekday Food … Ready, Set, Go! (Part 1)
To assemble, layer slices of fillet, buffalo mozzarella, rocket leaves, a roast tomato and a dollop of tomato relish on one half of a toasted Portuguese roll. Top with Parmesan shavings and the remaining half of the roll. Serve with crispy polenta chips and aioli.
TV Dinners …On A Roll (Part 2)
To assemble, layer slices of fillet, buffalo mozzarella, rocket leaves, a roast tomato and a dollop of tomato relish on one half of a toasted Portuguese roll. Top with Parmesan shavings and the remaining half of the roll. Serve with crispy polenta chips and aioli.
TV Dinners …On A Roll (Part 1)
Heat a little oil in a large frying pan over a high heat. Lightly dust the butter bean patties with flour and fry until crisp and golden on both sides.Transfertoa baking tray and finish in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes until cooked through.
The Soup Doctor : Miso And Corn Chowder, Porcini Cappuccino, Oriental-Style Prawn Laksa
Place the lemongrass, garlic, ginger and lime leaf in a saucepan and sauté in 5 T oil over a medium heat for 5 minutes, or until fragrant.
Planning with Kids : Making time for play
In recent years I’ve realised how easy it is to get caught up in after-school activities, weekend sport commitments, play dates and the various other obligations that come with having young children. All of this can result in overstimulated, exhausted children.
Planning with Kids : The joys of parenting
We’ve taken a planned approach to parenting our kids. This doesn’t just mean planning meals, routines and the like. We also take time to think about the way we want to parent: which strategies we’ll use and how we’ll work together.
Seasonal Kitchen … BeetRoot & Bay (Part 2)
Toss the red onion and garlic In the olive oil. Scatter a layer of red onions over the pastry. Pack one layer of beetroot leaves on top of the red onions and crumble feta over the leaves. Cover with the remaining sheet of pastry, brush with melted butter and sprinkle with sea salt.
Seasonal Kitchen … BeetRoot & Bay (Part 1) - Roast Garlic And Beetroot Salad, Bay Leaf Kebabs With Baked Cannellini Beans
Heat the oil and butter in a frying pan over a medium heat and sauté the baby onions until soft and golden. Remove from the pan, return the pan to the heat and sear the beef cubes until brown on all sides. Thread each bay leaf twig with 2 beetroot, 2 onions and 2 beef cubes.
Fat-conscious, dairy-free, Wilma Bruwer's Venison Pies, Henry Oliver’s Quince Tart
Preheat the oven to 160*C. Season the meat, then roll in the flour, beaten egg and biltong. Roast for 15 to 20 minutes, or until brown on the outside but still pink inside. Wrap in tinfoil and leave to rest for 10 minutes.
Dillys Trollips Curried Lamb Kebabs, Rev Manus Duminys Springbok Fillet With Biltong Crust And Onion Marmalade
Preheat the oven to 160*C. Season the meat, then roll in the flour, beaten egg and biltong. Roast for 15 to 20 minutes, or until brown on the outside but still pink inside. Wrap in tinfoil and leave to rest for 10 minutes.
Asian Pork Noodles, Fish Curry With Cucumber-Lime Salad
Cut 800 g kingklip into large cubes. Dip each piece into beaten free-range egg, then coat in chickpea flour. Chill while preparing the sauce and salad. Fry 1T curry powder, 2T turmeric, 1T ground cumin and 1T garam masala in a dry pan until fragrant, then add 70 g tomato paste and stir.
Chicken And Sweet corn With Avo, Beef Kebabs In Sticky Pomegrante Glaze With Beetroot Tzatziki
Cook 2 cobs sweet corn in salted, boiling water until tender. Slice off the kernels and set aside. Heat 1T olive oil, 1 crushed garlic clove, 11 smoked paprika, the juice of 1 lemon and 1T chili paste in a large pan.
Sandwich Prego Roll, Panna Cotta With Caramel
Prepare 1 x 60 g pack Woolworths vanilla-flavored panna cotta mix according to the package instructions. Melt 50 g white sugar in 1T water in a saucepan. When the sugarturns caramel in colour, remove from the heat and drizzle over the panna cotta. Garnish with fresh fruit.
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