Hello everyone!!Does any one else out there just love food and fancy sharing some well practised recipes and tips. I love cooking and love food but like most of us I suspect I don't really want the additional pounds that go with it. Does anyone want
Here are some old Weight Watchers recipe cards that you may find interesting. Mmmm, tasty.http://www.poundy.com/wwcards.html I might treat the missus to the Fish Balls starter followed by the Frankfurter Special for her birthday...... Hur hur.
Righty ho people, I need a recipe for a baked product of some description (cake, biscuit, muffin, etc.) that you know works. I'm supposed to be compiling and analysing a low GI diet, and I want to put some sort of snack in there. But I'm stumped
I made this yesterday and it was awesome!! I don't follow recipes very often at all but I got all the ingredients and had a go and found it really easy, and very tasty! I am veggie but even my carniverous and non-runner/v unhealthy husband liked
'Eat a lotDrink a lotRun a lot'Couldnae have out it better myself :) I agree Dude. Excellent. I shall try and stick to it. Ya me too....The recipe for a perfect life.Might add in the occasional shag :)
Morning PlodpalsWill try this again on the right board!Have emailed the chicken and cous cous recipe to the Plodder who asked me for itAm happy to post it on the forum if anyone else wants it, just ask me before, um, erm, 8am!!
of trainers for example, also it could include more healthy recipes such as the frozen yogurt recipe in June 2013 magazine (as it was lovely) and more articles on how elite athletes trained/ train. The graphics and pictures are of high standard and bright
I've been trying some flapjack recipes to give me some good energy before my runs & love this recipe I've found, it's really, scrummy & packed with good stuff & I really feel that I get some good energy from them - here are the ingredients
Up the flavour – and flavonoid – credentials of your dinner with these recipes from the Mighty Spice Cookbook by John Gregory-Smith (£20, Duncan Baird). From burning fat to aiding recovery, each dish has a specific benefit. All recipes serve four
'll be laughs, there'll be recip[es, there'll be temper tantrums...but we can do it! rightso get on down to the sub 5 thread baybeeeeeee I'd love to do sub 5.... In my dreams...Thats IF I get a ballot place. I wont do another golden bond
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