Wednesday, 26 December 2012 - , 1 comments

Food For Thought : Healthy Colours


Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.
While I was preparing and photographing some of the foods I made for our lunch, it struck me how sumptuous, rich and vibrant the colours were in many of the low fat or 0pp foods I had made. The bland or brown-coloured foods such as potatoes and Yorkshire puddings tended to be the ones with higher propoints or calories. With the majority of our plates filled with these bright rainbow tones, the meal looked and tasted exciting and delicious....proving that these kinds of dishes can help us to keep the joy of food alive even if we are sticking to a low fat plan.

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Think VIBRANT!


A gift of veggies pickled in sweet dill vinegar for my sister...


Even the Brussels sprouts
were dancing for joy!

1 comments:

australia essay 12 September 2017 at 10:54

Amazing and nice dishes you have featured in the post. Especially I liked the veggies pickled in sweet dill vinegar is most amazing. Please if you could share the recipe and video of the pickles.

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