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There’s a vegetarian living in my house!

There’s a vegetarian living in my house! One of the members of our home is a vegetarian and the rest are all big meat eaters.  This in itself would not be too much of an issue but she is also not exactly a fan of fruit and vegetables! As a teenager, in the olden days, […]

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Interesting times – a curse or not?

Interesting times May you live in interesting times, is thought to be a Chinese curse, however, there is no proof of this. The first time this sentence appears to have been used was in 1936 by the British Ambassador to China, Mr. Hughe knatch-Hugessen. In recent months this has been our home life. I like […]

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Overhaul

Sometimes our eating habits need an overhaul.  This is when meal planning becomes your biggest ally. These past few months we have had to change the way the family eats. I have always cooked fairly healthy, low GI meals but now we have had to introduce carbohydrate free dinners. This has meant that I have […]

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I’m expanding my business

Dear family, friends, newsletter subscribers, Facebook friends and acquaintances and most especially, followers. Some exciting news…. I now only work part time and am focusing on building my side business into a full time business. For those who have been following me, you will know that 2 years ago I started a meal planning business […]

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Is your timing right?

Timing An important aspect of successful meal planning is timing. When you draw up your meal plan one of the main components you need to keep in mind is your daily routine and how much time you have to make that particular meal. A couple of weeks ago I made a new recipe for the […]

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My month with Gordon

Gordon Ramsay is my chef hero!  I think the reason for this is because his philosophy appears to be the fact that good, tasty, healthy food can be simple and doesn’t have to cost a fortune. In February I was gifted his Ultimate Cookery Course cook book. Being kosher, recipes are often a problem when […]

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Winging it with a meal plan!

You like winging it in your kitchen. You want to meal plan but you hate recipes! No problem. Meal planning with no recipe Meal planning is about more than recipes, it is about a lifestyle change. Simplifying your life and making time for you to spend doing what you prefer. It also saves you money. […]

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Pesach meal planning

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Planning a picnic

Going on a picnic can be both fun and exhausting. Fun as it is great way for family to spend time together. It is exhausting, as you need to organize the food and cold drinks, cutlery and crockery to take with you. Planning a picnic is quite an undertaking, especially if you have small children. […]

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The restaurant meal plan

Meal planning doesn’t only have to be meals made at home. If you are in the type of working environment that requires you to eat out, then put restaurant food on your meal plan. Dinner Theme Meal Planning How does this work? If for instance you use a meal planning template, this could help you decide […]

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