Weekends are a great time to enjoy food with loved ones. Just because the festive season has come and gone, it doesn’t mean that time for enjoying food is over. We bond over food, cry over food, unite and laugh over food etc., below is a simple yet tasty recipe that easy to make but tasty.
l love the comfort that Sunday meals offer the family as a whole. Here is a healthy dish that you and your family may enjoy in this scorching summer heat.
This meal serves 5 people
It’s a new year; l am hoping you all had a fantastic 2017 and l am wishing you all an even greater 2018.
With the start of each year, we find ourselves scribbling our goals for the year on some notepad, with the greatest desire to achieve them and make a success of the year.
Without a doubt, social media has positively changed and influenced the process of communication between friends and family regardless of distance. Today, within seconds, multiple people from different continents can have a real time conversation which otherwise would not have been possible without the technological advances that we are enjoying today.
Those of you that know me, know about my unashamed love for food. And considering that this is the “merry” season I would like to share one of my favourite recipes. You can enjoy this with rice.
Give it a try and have your family asking for more!!
Without a doubt, this is my favorite time of the day. After hours of sweating in this unforgiving summer heat, I prefer to set the relaxing scene perfectly by using the products below which include candles, bath bombs and a glass of wine coupled with soothing gospel or spa music to take away all the days’ burden off my distressed shoulders.
Health is wealth, this is a phrase that many of us are familiar with, personally I couldn’t agree with this more because health is worth more than money or material riches and without it one’s quality of life is compromised. However with the business of this “age” many of us find ourselves pacing about trying to make the most of the twenty four hours that we have each day that we find ourselves making excuses for not working out regularly and eating healthier.