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Tag Archives: Health
Hello everyone, How are you? I hope you all had a wonderful and relaxing Christmas-New Year period. At Chez Bee it was all about family, friends and food. Oh and soaking up the way that time seems to slow down … Continue reading
I’m currently reading The Real Food Companion (at Fishpond and Amazon). Yeah, it’s a recipe book, yep I’m reading it cover to cover. It’s not just that I’m that sort of person who likes to read recipe books for relaxation, I do, but it’s also (trust me) … Continue reading
Last weekend I missed my usual Farmers’ Market because I had to work all day Saturday. They are only on every two weeks in my area so missing one means 4 weeks between visits. And this week I was having … Continue reading
A post on various little random pieces of food-goodness: :: A broad bean recipe I have been saving to share for ages. When my broad beans are ready they will most definitely be used to make this: Puglia style broad … Continue reading
Last week I was listening to one of my favourite food podcasts, Good Food and they had an interesting guest on. Dr Thomas Robinson and his team research ways to ensure people eat healthily and stay within a healthy weight … Continue reading
When people find out we shop at farmer’s markets I get a number of responses but one of the most common is “we’d love to do that, but it’s too expensive”. So I thought I’d do a little verbal analysis … Continue reading