Beautiful food that tastes as good as it looks, delivered within a stunning hidden retreat from the world – a walled secret garden straight out of the storybooks. Secret Garden is one of the two great restaurants based at Mersham le Hatch Business Park, a tranquil collection of small ‘artisanal’ businesses including a Day Spa, a Cookery School, a Wine Bar, and many more. Tucked … Continue reading Secret Garden Kent: Restaurant review for Brunch
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty have taken on the Food fight that Family and Parenting Magazine think is long overdue. Energy Drinks are #notforchildren. And if that statement puts you immediately in defensive mode for your diabetic child, then please hold fire and wait until you’ve read the whole article. Jamie Oliver has long been a campaigner for positive change within the food and beverage … Continue reading Ban Energy Drinks for Children, or just ban Caffeine?
With Hallowe’en upon us, we’ve found a perfect witchy recipe to make with your kids to get them in the mood for some (healthy) trick or treating! These Raw Witches Fingers are vegan friendly too! Raw Witches Fingers Makes 16 fingers Preparation time: 15 minutes Ingredients: 5 California Prunes 3 dates 2 tbsp maple syrup 1 tbsp honey 1 tbsp water (optional) pinch of salt ¼ … Continue reading Raw Witches Fingers: Recipe
Hungry for a culinary adventure? There is a whole menu of reasons your next stop should be the Capital Region of the USA. Take the foodies’ tour of Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia with travel presenter Ashley House, as he samples the best food in the region. Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia are brimming with culture and history but there is also a vast and … Continue reading USA: Culinary tour of the Capital Region
We know most kids would do anything for a sugar hit. So it’s always a challenge for parents to pack a lunch that contains treats that are healthy, tasty and 100% naturally sweet and nutritious at the same time. My own children have just declared their desire for packed lunches at school – the thought of which fills me with dread. I love the simplicity … Continue reading California Prunes Panda Scones: Recipe
About fussy eaters Unfortunately, fussy eating is a bit of a rite of passage for most children. In fact according to research by Elizabeth Pantley, US parenting expert, a whopping 85% of parents have a child who is (or has been) picky about food. But why are they so fussy and how can you introduce a bit of colour into their bland diet? We’ve teamed … Continue reading How to get your fussy child to have a more colourful diet