Cod Wrapped in Prosciutto with Lemon and Mascarpone Risotto, Baked Pepper & Cherry Tomatoes

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A slightly indulgent recipe, but clean and fresh for the New Year and a break from meat and potatoes. Ingredients: • 6 cups vegetable or chicken stock • 2 lemons – 1 zested and juiced / 1 peeled (yellow part only) • 2 tbsp olive oil • 1 onion chopped • 1 clove garlic chopped • 1 1/2 cups Arborio rice • 1/2 cup dry white wine …

Chicken, Chorizo & Butter Bean Stew, with Polenta, Peppers & Feta

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This warming casserole is hearty but not heavy – a very satisfying winter dish. Serves 4 Ingredients: • 1 medium chicken • 175gms chorizo chopped • 1 tin tomatoes • 400gms of butter beans (soak and cook if using dried) • 1 onion • 2 garlic cloves • 1 stock of celery • 1 medium carrot • 2 bay leaves …

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Heavenly Cacao Mousse

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This no fuss mousse is ideal as a light pudding or after a workout. It’s full of flavour and nutrients, a healthy twist on a family favourite. Ingredients: 2 hass avocados 2 small frozen bananas (peel, chop and freeze ahead of time) 2 tbsp of coconut or nut milk 2 tbsp cacao powder 2 tbsp raw honey or maple syrup …

It’s National Sandwich Week – Should We Love Or Hate The Great British Buttie?

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This week we celebrate the corner stone food-on-the-go, the great British sandwich. Dating back to B.C. and not invented by but certainly popularized by John Montagu, the 4th Earl of sandwich, who in the early 18th century made a name for the meat and cheese filled meal. Making up a huge contribution to the countries £20 billion food on the …

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Vegetable Chilli with Smashed Avocado, Oven-Dried Cherry Tomatoes & Sour Cream with Chives

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You can’t beat a classic warming dish full of goodness. Feel free to add brown or wild rice for a carbohydrate kick or a simple spinach salad on the side. Ingredients • 1 large onion • 1 red bell pepper • 1 yellow bell pepper • 1 large garlic clove • 1 large sweet potato • 1 tin kidney beans …

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Easter & Chocolate – Survival Guide

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Tips on how to enjoy the Easter break without overindulging – by The Cotswold Dietitian, Lisa Jack There’s no reason why you can’t enjoy some treats over Easter, but it can be easy to overdo it with all the chocolate on offer. Lucky for chocolate lovers, it has some nutritional benefits. Dark chocolate is more nutritious than regular chocolate because …

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The Detox Is Over and In Fact, Coffee Is Not A Bad Thing To Drink After All!

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By Personal Trainer and Nutrition Expert, Katie Brighton-Jones. So January has been the month of abstinence and detoxing, in an attempt to rectify our Christmas and new year over indulgences.  Many of us have stopped eating goodies and replacing them will all things fresh and green, stopped drinking alcohol and coffee, dragged our sorry selves out in the miserable weather …