it seems as though you all had a little fun with this months random recipes meets alphabakes. It has been so lovely after my month off to come back to so many enthusiastic entries for which i'd like to thank you all and of course my generous co-hosts for this challenge, Caroline and Ros
So, while Katie Hopkins kindainspired this post, I am not on a “I am going to prove” so so so, but I am going back to strictly Nigerian foodand home cooking, and a re-weigh at the end of the month, and subsequently every month end from then
Fresh tuna fillet pan-fried with spices. This is my go-to recipe. The comfort of goodfood, the healing power of a shared moment is never more needed than on a coldJanuary night when bad news reaches your door
Of low-fat, low-calandlow-fun. It's January. The month of restraint, restriction and renewal. For this month's We Should Cocoa choc-tastic blogging challenge, the lovely Chele from Chocolate Teapot has set the theme 'health conscious'
There was a very exciting delivery at The Madhouse this week - the JanuaryDegustabox. I showed you what was in the DecemberDegustabox last month and have been having fun incorporating some of the contents into new recipes in the Madhouse Kitchen, making an Apple & Pear-offee Pie which I've alreadytold you about, and a Spicy Sausage & Mediterranean Veg Lasagne - a recipe that I'll be sharing with you very soon