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Easy Holidays Meals for families

Holidays. In my mind they are meant to be about relaxing, having adventures, exploring new places, lazing around, tryIng new foods, cocktails, having family funtimes, having me-times.  Life with 3 children means they are actually full of early dinners, constant requests for snacks, children struggling to sleep in different beds, packing the whole house to […]

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Picnic Food, wheat and gluten free.

Picnics, they can be amazing and they can be awful. Good location, company and food are essential, and to me having food that is easy to eat and easy to prepare is the key. My toddler is a complete outdoors girl so picnics have become a must. Here are some of my top tips and […]

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Philips: Mother and Child Care Advisory Panel Meeting.

 I love talking and sharing knowledge about breastfeeding, pregnancy, nutrition and weaning, so when I was asked to come on board as the nutrition expert for the Philips Mother and Child Care Advisory Panel I instantly said Yes. The panel met at the High Tech Campus, Eindhoven, The Netherlands and it was an action packed […]

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When in Spain…Eat Paella.

With parents living in Spain I’ve eaten a fair bit of paella and I must admit it’s yummy but often very rich and just a bit too much for our tummies. I’m also wheat intolerant and let’s just say that the area of Spain my parents live in is NOT good for special diets. We […]

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Holiday Foods: what does it mean to you?

Holidays, what do they mean to you? To me it’s usually about relaxing, enjoying great food, seeing amazing sights and making special memories. My parents live out in Spain, which means we have to go out and visit them from time to time…..all that sun, sea and Sangria…. it’s a hard life ๐Ÿ˜‰ This holiday […]

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Dietitian UK: Flying into Marrakech

Travelling with Toddlers

This Christmas we were treated by my grandparents to a holiday in Marrakech, originally a holiday for 15 of us, only 13 ended up making it there as my grandparents who had planned it all were too ill to come ๐Ÿ™ย It made for a different Christmas tinged with sadness in the sun. Celebrating Christmas abroad […]

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Dietitian UK: Marrakech Lanterns of beauty

Marrakech Market Love

Marrakech. It’s sunny and full of Souks. I could literally spend hours wandering around the streets, brousing the beautiful goods on offer, and when I say beautiful, I mean beautiful. Think colourful woven shawls, rugs, leather and material bags of every colour you know, leather shoes with sparkles and bling, jewellery that calls your name, […]

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Dietitian UK: Bitter Orange Leaf

Oranges – bitter or sweet? A tidbit from Marrakech.

Iโ€™m in Marrakech right now, itโ€™s a feast for the sense full of Souks alive with sights, smells and food to get your salivary glands going ๐Ÿ˜‰ On the way to the Souks we walked through a beautiful park, full of Orange trees.   Being me I suggested we pick a few for our lunch, […]

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