Posts for the 'Cuisine/Type' Category


How to Make Your Salads More Delicious and Nutritious

Do you ever feel like your salads are just a little too bland? They can be either too heavy or too light or maybe you don’t have time or inspiration to make them anything special. But with these easy tips, you can mix up your salads and turn them into the most delicious and nutritious meals you will ever eat!

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Immune Boosting Foods for Greater Health

Our immune systems are absolutely vital to ensure that the body remains fit and healthy. If you do not have a healthy immune system, you are more likely to fall ill with an infection, they are likely to last longer, and they are going to hit you harder too. That means it is important we all find ways to take better care of our immune system. There is a very simple way we can do this, and that is by eating a lot of the right kinds of foods. We all know that fruit and vegetables are good for us, but do we know why? Good food boosts the immune system and generally makes us fitter, stronger, and healthier. This is even more important as we age too. So, let’s look at some foods that have this beneficial effect:

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My&Sanné

My&Sanné is a new Mediterranean restaurant on Brompton Road which specialises in regional dishes with hints of Greek, Italian and Asian flavours. The interior is impressive – light and airy, it embodies the essence of an elegant greenhouse with Bistro seats, planters and urns, and a flower-ceiling with string lights and lanterns.

An all-day restaurant, mornings at My&Sanné offers up dishes such as Deconstructed Avocado Tarine; ‘Nduja Eggs Benedict, or Arjurvedic Porridge, along with a selection of fun smoothies. Lunch and dinner serves up a robust array of seafood and meat dishes. There is a fabulous display of patisseries and desserts to round out your meal, not to mention an innovative cocktail and mocktail menu and a rounded wine selection to quench your thirst.

We tried the Singapore-style crab leg with crispy bao bun (£29). The crab leg was of a perfectly tender texture and enhanced with sweet chilli flavours, with the bao bun resembling an unctuous crispy fried bread. It was crispy and light on the outside, yet soft on the inside. In all a very delicious dish.

London Food Blog - My&Sanné - Singapore crab

London Food Blog – Singapore crab

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5 Amazing Mexican-Inspired Breakfast Ideas

Amazing Mexican-Inspired Breakfast Ideas

Mexican food is so vibrant and full of lots of colors and flavors. We’re all used to having dishes like nachos or fajitas, but Mexican breakfast dishes are less common. That’s a real shame because there are some incredible recipes for delicious Mexican breakfasts that are unlike anything you would normally have.

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Make Your Breakfast Super-Healthy With These Simple Tips

Make Your Breakfast Super-Healthy With These Simple Tips

Aren’t we all used to making new health resolutions and fitness targets at the turn of every new year? Most of the time, we find ourselves jettisoning our health goals mid-flight, especially when it comes to what we eat. Eating a healthy breakfast is a perfect opportunity to fuel your body with the essential nutrients it needs for the day, including calcium, protein, and fiber. And while there’s still some debate about the role of breakfast in weight loss, one thing that is not in doubt is that you need to eat a healthy breakfast. So, how can you make the most important meal of the day healthy? Here are a few considerations.

Make a healthy protein meal

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5 Apps To Improve Your Nutritional Health

5 APPS TO IMPROVE YOUR NUTRITIONAL HEALTH

Learning new recipes and taking pride in your cooking can help you to improve your nutritional health. For a few apps to support you, these five are great options.

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A Quick Guide To The Mediterranean Diet

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The Mediterranean diet

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What is the Mediterranean diet
The Mediterranean diet is more than just a diet, it’s a lifestyle based on the ways that people used to live in Southern Italy, Greece and their surrounding countries during the 1960s. The reason why the Mediterranean diet isn’t based on the cuisine of these countries now is that, like many other parts of the world, fast food outlets and convenience stores have changed their previously very healthy food culture bringing with it rising obesity levels and health problems.

That Mediterranean diet of old is still widely considered one of the healthiest ways to eat, combining whole plant foods with lean protein sources, good healthy fats such as olive oil and avocado, with whole grains and legumes. The diet also encourages people to eat slowly and socially rather than to fuel convenience and champions regular exercise and positive mental wellbeing.

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The Kings Arms Hotel and The Six Restaurant

The Kings Arms Hotel and The Six Restaurant

The Kings Arms Hotel and The Six Restaurant, a 14 bedroom hotel with a restaurant is strategically located within walking distance of the Royal Hampton Court Palace and leafy Bushy Park. The property has been lovingly renovated to highlight the features and the unique proportions expected with a mature property, a Grade 2 listed building dating back to 1709.

London Food Blog - Kings Arms Hotel & Six restaurant

Kings Arms Hotel & Six restaurant

On entry, the pink and pale grey tones of the lounge and reception create a relaxed environment for the arrival for guests. Antique marble tables and period seating offer a comfortable and cosy setting, whilst an abundance of greenery brings a unique orangery style to the space, designed to harmonise its surroundings. In The Six Restaurant, pale walls are lined with deep navy banquettes, and in keeping with the period style of the property, the original wooden fireplace has been beautifully restored.

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Six restaurant

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