Having just viewed RTE's Philip Boucher Hayes talking about Chicken rearing, quality and the pervasive trend of selecting chicken fillet rolls in local delicatessen on "What are you eating?", glad I included an alternative home-made chicken roll in packed lunch recipes below. Locally sourced, quality ingredients always brings more flavour naturally to your cooking. Look at the recipes below - no 'diphosphates' or colouring required for these dishes.
The easy option for breakfast is to open the cardboard box of breakfast cereal and just add milk, but is this sufficient for meeting our nutritional needs each morning? Nutritional information is changing and dietician's advice is moving more to including protein in all meals with reduced simple carbohydrate sources, i.e. the sugar-rich cereal boxes that are colour coded, and emblazoned with logos indicating they are the best thing since....to start your day.
Some recipes that were cooked with first year students are attached below. Follow up article on breakfast from Good Food Ireland to read with your home-made scones this Saturday!
With an influx of energy drinks, sugar sweetened, no-sugar added, and sports drinks coming regularly onto the market, each one indicating their superiority to the previous entrant, Eatright.eu provides some welcome information on Energy Drinks.
An infographic from safefood which I have included previously, is reattached on sugary
drinks and sugar content.