Monday, 18 November 2013
The Body is the Temple of the Soul
@ The Circle Spa, Queen Elizabeth Street, Southwark, London SE1 2JE
The Second Sunday of Every Month, 2pm to 5pm
Next Class: Sunday, 11th May 2014
Booking - Please book via the Reception at The Circle Spa on 020 7378 7112 in advance as spaces are limited.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014
The stuff that gives New Age, Hippie lifestyles a very bad reputation is actually, you'll discover if you can get over the "all vegetarians eat is grass" jokes, something rather special. It sounds utterly disgusting, doesn't it, Wheatgrass Buttermilk Shake with overtones of earth mother excess underpinned by holier than thou one-up-man-ship. Tell yourself it's good for you and you'll probably conclude that you need to pinch your nose to down it in one.
My dears, not so, not so at all, a feast for all your senses and your wellbeing alike awaits you, the epitome of deluxe deliciousness in a cup. First there's the colour and if you use Live Wheatgrass...
Sunday, 13 April 2014
Raw Milk is something which I feel very passionate about. The rules and regulations on its availability to the public is currently under review through a consultation process being conducted by the Food Standards Agency.
I attended the public consultation meeting where I was called upon to ask a question of the chief scientist advising the FSA. This was the third question from the floor which was directed at her, the previous two having cast doubt on the validity of the data she was presenting which were both met with a stonewall response. You can hear my question as it was used in the BBC's The Food Programme special on Raw Milk last Sunday.
My reply to the FSA's consultation is:
It is totally obvious from the presentations that the FSA has done an excellent job during recent years in ensuring the highest possible standard of raw milk is available to the consumer. My concern....
Friday, 12 April 2013
I love that this Mindful Baking feature in the new May 2013 Issue (out today) of Spirit & Destiny magazine brings together so many aspects which are close to my heart: the Nihang Singhs, photographed by my husband, Nick Fleming, the Sikh tradtion of being known for the highest calibre food, and Cheese Leaves and oh-so-English Scones, a homage to my Grannie, and the Be the Woman First Wednesday High Teas we host here at home in London.