• Recipe | Whatever Is In The Fridge Spag-Bol | Vegetarian

    As you are probably aware, my 9 year old son decided to change up his diet and become a vegetarian, and while there are plenty of easy ready meals about I also wanted to make sure that he knew that he could have his favorite meals without the meat and not have them change much at all. One of my family’s favorite meals is spaghetti bologna, or ‘wormies’ as Robin calls them, it is also one of my favorite meals to make them because I tend to cook for around 500 people and there is always plenty left over for another meal the next day. With my Spag Bol, I tend to dig into my fridge and find any of the unused and unloved veg sitting at the bottom and pile it into the mixture so I decided to share with you what I made and how it came out. Whatever Is In The Fridge Spag Bol  Ingredients – Sauce 200g cherry Tomatoes One onion 2 Cloves of Garlic Two vegetable stock cubes Tomato Puree One tablespoon Olive Oil ‘Mince’ One courgette diced One Bell Pepper diced 2 Sticks of Celery diced Quorn Mince Method – To make the sauce… View Post

    Supporting a Vegetarian Child

    Last week, my wonderful first born Kai decided that he no longer wished to kill and eat animals, he did tell me shortly after a meat meal but the fact that he not only ate it willingly and then after told me his choice was pretty sweet. I believe that, due to a trip to a local farm, he realized that animals are our food source and after much thinking and asking questions about meat to me, made the emotionally educated and rather grown up decision to remove meat from his diet and I completely support him, and if I am honest, I feel so proud of him. The beauty of it all is that I am branching out in the whole cooking department, we’ve made some delightful meals and have enjoyed them all, even my meat monster Amelia who very much doesn’t want to change her diet any time soon and thanks to a few friends I have on twitter I have made some lovely new meals and opened up my mind to new tastes and textures. How to Support a Vegetarian Child The thing that I have found most challenging in all of this is purely making sure… View Post