Lentils are a true store cupboard hero. They’re highly nutritious, cheap, readily available, often cook quickly and they are super versatile. There’s… Read more My star ingredient: Lentils
I did a poll in my Making food go further Facebook group asking which ingredients you regularly have leftover and need… Read more Tip: Using up sliced bread
A recipe calling for breadcrumbs used to make me moan about the effort I was going to have to put… Read more My star ingredient: Breadcrumbs
There is more to food than the act of eating and to help fussy eaters develop their love of food,… Read more Tip: Read books about food with your children
Sauce? That’s a bit vague, Sarah, I hear you say! Any particular sauce, Sarah? Well, no, just sauce! Let me… Read more My star ingredient: Sauce
There’s no doubt that getting your children involved in the kitchen is going to help them develop their love of… Read more Tip: Cooking with little ones
My ‘How to feed your fussy eater’ online programme is all about establishing a positive relationship with food using a… Read more What’s it like to be on my fussy eater online programme?
For some people, structured meal planning just doesn’t work. Maybe it doesn’t fit with their work routines, they’re away a… Read more Flexible meal planning
Squeaky cheese, as it’s affectionately known in our house, as I am sure it is in many others, originates from… Read more My star ingredient: Halloumi
Whilst most people plan a week at a time, I recommend meal planning for two weeks. Why? Because it feels… Read more How often should you meal plan?