Healthy cooking

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Women and alcohol – what’s the problem?

Traditionally men were the big drinkers and they suffered all the social and health consequences associated with regular, over-indulgence. Now, as more women are more economically independent; in high flyer and management roles; and it’s more acceptable for women to go out drinking with their mates – when it was only acceptable for men years ago – women are suffering the health consequences too. But it’s worse for women than men, thanks to their different physiology.

21 June 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

20 great ways with fresh rosemary

Recently I posted on Instagram how much rosemary I had growing in my garden in the bush. It thrives in that hot dry climate which is...

5 April 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

Ingredient substitution – how to make it work!

Ingredient substitution – how to make it work!

When the urge to cook strikes or you need to get dinner on the table, there’s nothing more annoying than realising you don’t have...

8 March 2017 by Guest post

What is your relationship with food and eating?

What I’m eating now (Summer 2017)

Summer means eating al fresco. All those lovely picnics, barbecues, beaches and time spent in the sunny outdoors. I love the warmer...

18 January 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

Take 5! Healthy recipes with only 5 ingredients

Take 5! Healthy recipes with only 5 ingredients

Thanks to the abundance and variety of foods available these days, many recipes now consist of intimidatingly long lists of...

9 November 2016 by Guest post

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Discretionary foods – what the heck are they?

Discretionary foods are often called ‘junk foods’or ‘treat foods’. However, I prefer to call them, ‘sometimes foods’. You...

2 November 2016 by Guest post