Posts Tagged ‘#kindnesstosprouts’

Aldi is really going for innovation and quality now to make your job in the kitchen easier all-round!

Another supermarket takes up Cottingham.tv’s cook in the bag challege* to make cooking vegetables easier!

Food construction rather than food deconstruction: slow food is more fun to construct with yourself if you can avoid the work it creates as well as the time it consumes! Buying  pre-prepared vegetables** is making slow food easier to prepare and become more like fast food – but still keeps it ‘ethical’! Aldi is planning opening a store in Cottingham!

Nick

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Foods that fight ageing

** Pre-prepared vegetables are peeled, cut, mixed and bagged

Supervillians: this week we’re featuring the dreaded dyno-sprout!

Fear not: sprouts really needn’t taste awful!

Follow our step-by-step guide and you too can produce veges that you and your kids will actually like!

One of the problems with the well-known purveyors of “fast food” is that they too understand our preferences and especially the younger mind with it’s shorter route to gratification! We need therefore to make good ‘slow food’ more accessible like fast food! If you’re watching MacDonalds, here’s an autumnal serving tip for you!

Learn how to emulate their tricks using healthier fresher ‘un-processed food’ ingredients with our step-by-step guide ..

Our series continues with some flavorsome additions

We’ve given ourselves a 90-minute time frame for scheduling the cooking into a ‘Brussels away match’ with quarter-time, half-time and three-quarter-time sequenced activities – and even allowed ourselves 10 mins extra time for penalties!

Showing you how to bake your vegies rather than boil them to death!

 

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Tips for midnight fridge-raiders .. keep a plate of roast veges under cling-film in the fridge – this will stop them drying-out

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Dyno-sprouts on the vine can be twice as big as their smaller relatives served-up in-the-bag .. the final reckoning is to cut them in half so they will cook within the 45 minute time-frame allotted – without requiring extra-time!

 

Final stages – finishing touches

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Nick