I’ve been reading a lot about the “slow food” and the “real food” movements lately. I find these both really fascinating and the principles are pretty much along the lines of what Dietitians have been saying for years – avoid processed junk!
My husband has one dish- “corned beef hash”. It’s always nice to have someone else cook for you, especially after a long day at work, but I have to say I’m not overly fond of the old fatty and extremely salty corned beef. I’m glad to say, I’ve just found a great alternative – turkey hash. Lets see if ge will give it a go. If he doesn’t, I sure will.
Posted on Sep 17, 12:24 PM in Brunch. No comments.
Sweet potato is a wonderful food with so many health benefits. It has a low GI, is an excellent source of flavenoids (beta carotene and vitamin A), is high in fibre, Vitamin C and Vitamin B6. You can make sweet or savoury versions of sweet potato cakes. Here is a simple one you could try for breakfast or brunch.
I’m fascinated by this recipe for mushroom muffins. Mushrooms are great. They are low in fat, low in calories and rich in vitamins and minerals such as B vitamins, selenium and potassium. This is a great way to increase your five a day. You could have them for breakfast or as a savoury snack
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