Batch Cooking For Brain Surgery

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This post has been scheduled because right now I should be recovering from neurosurgery. Back in February I went for an eye test; no reason to need one, I just realised I hadn’t been for ages. So long story short, turns out I had a benign tumour in front of my brain; something called a meningioma. It was the last thing I was expecting but they’ve acted to get it out and so I have to be thankful it has been caught.

As soon as I knew I’d be going in to hospital, I started planning to fill the freezer. Not only am I going to be in hospital several days, but I don’t want Andrew worrying about what to cook when I’m recovering. I’ve been advised that I’ll be tired for quite a few weeks, so I wanted to make sure that there’s easy and nutritious food that either Andrew or I can cook easily and just add veggies and carbs to make a meal.

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A Day In The Life Of A Cheese Judge

Day in the life of a cheese judge / International Cheese Awards 2017 / #ICA2017 / SHE-EATSIt’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it!

Yesterday, I was a judge at the International Cheese Awards. I know, awesome eh! I’m like a kid in a sweet shop at the awards normally, but  this time I had responsibilities. So, pull up a chair and I will give you an insight in to what really goes on behind the scenes of the best job in the world…. Continue Reading

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