Vitamin C rich foods include peppers, dark leafy greens, kiwi fruit, broccoli, berries, oranges, tomatoes, green peas, and papayas. How do you ensure you get Seasonal Vegetable Sources Of Vitamin C in your diet? It is January, I am in the UK and so Seasonal Vegetable Sources Of Vitamin C are a little limited… My..
It’s Burns Night next Thursday (25 January) and the traditional Burns Night Supper consists of… Haggis, neaps and tatties. I’m going to celebrate with a Gluten-Free, Vegan Burns Night Supper. One of my favourite meals and I’m really excited to share my recipes with you. What’s Burns Night? Burns Night/ Burns Night Supper is an..
Successful Gluten-Free, Vegan Dessert Bases and Cases can feel a little bit beyond reach sometimes. Especially if you are new to gluten-free baking. Subbing ‘normal’ flour for gluten-free flour doesn’t often work. Recipes without coconut are hard to find and you worry any attempt will be hit and miss. Do not worry my Top Tips..
January is a tricky month for seasonal vegetables in the UK. It is the middle of winter and so we have the least vegetables available, in January, than at any point during the year. However, least doesn’t mean we have no seasonal vegetables. We have some amazing vegetables, a small, wonderful range. I have pulled..
It is winter, we have had snow, we have had rain and we have had wind. It is cold outside! Christmas is over and we’re into the long slog through the cold winter months to spring… What you need are Three Warming Gluten-Free, Vegan Hot Drinks to take the chill away and settle you down..
Okayyyy!!! Frozen vegetables. Sometimes laughed at, sometimes maligned. Frozen vegetables are always a great thing to have in the freezer. My Top Five Frozen Vegetables To Keep In The Freezer will make the world a better place! What? Why? How? Why Are Frozen Vegetables A Good Thing??? Frozen vegetables are usually grown in season, picked..
Happy New Year!!! Winter, new year and the cold is really setting in. Enjoy the seasonal produce and the rewards of the stored and preserved produce. January Seasonal Produce is perhaps at its lowest ebb in winter. But, do not despair! There are still some wonderful, hardy, seasonal produce and some items that store really..
It is almost 2018 and the New Year party I’m going to, at the seaside, is going to go with a bang and one of the things that will help it go with a BIG BANG are cocktails! So, I bring you New Year Cocktail Ideas that are quick, easy and don’t rely on obscure..
My Favourite Recuperative Drinks are for you whether you have over-indulged, are under the weather or just need a reassuring pick-me-up. Not a drop of alcohol or caffeine in sight. What Are Recuperative Drinks? So, I don’t count coffee as a Recuperative Drink (it makes me feel very ‘giddy’ and often very sick…) and My..
Merry Christmas From FriFran! Whether you celebrate Christmas, a religious festival, winter festivals, or none – Christmas halts things for a few days every year. (Well, it does in the UK. Almost everything closes down for at least two days over Christmas – shops public transport, swimming pools, common sense…). I make sure I spend..