So, I have recently been trialling the Clean and Lean phenomena… It’s kind of obvious but sometimes you just need someone to write it in a book and thanks to James Duigan I have been cooking some amazing meals at home. This is not bride diet by the way… It’s way too early to start that. I have definitely been interspersing Clean and Lean with the odd cheesecake or two… hhmmmm…
A couple of awesome brekkies:
And a couple of dinners:
Lucky groom don’t you think?!
Delicious and healthy but also expensive and fiddlely…. I wonder how long I will last…
Mainly because it was spent with my in-laws to be… and also because the chefs for the evening take such pleasure in entertaining and the whole meal preperation took place central to our conversation. I just love open-plan! We arrived and our menu was written on the chalkboard in the kitchen
We chatted as the sides were created in front of us and the fish cooked on the balcony BBQ…
Dinner is served…
Amazing! Thanks for having us guys! We will come again please!
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This could be anyone in my life at the mo as it really does feel like EVERYONE is pregnant! The majority of the food was fetus-friendly, except for the prosciutto platter. Our host took influence for the simple platter from Jamie Oliver and served it on a wooden chopping board inscribed with Jamie’s name. A coincidence we were told. ha!
A delicious BBQ followed and it wasn’t cooked to well-done much to everyone’s delight including the mums-to-be!
Thanks guys for a perfect saturday BBQ before wedding season kicks into gear again.