Helen's Homemade Fishcakes RecipeWritten by Helen Porter
Homemade Fishcakes - simple as simple gets. This makes 8 good sized fish cakes
Put 4 large baked potatos in oven, gas mark 220. Rub sea salt into skins and then turn potatoes every 20 mins or so. They will take about 1 hour and 45 minutes.
When potatos are nearly ready, get a baking tray and place foil down - leave enough so you can wrap fish up! Place 3 salmon fillets and 2 cod fillets onto tray. Sqeeze a little lemon and drizzle a little white wine if you have any! Wrap fish up and cook for 12-15 minutes or untill cooked. Please low down oven as opposed to top where potatoes should be Once cooked take potatoes and fish out. Leave both to cool. Flake fish and inside of potato into a bowl, add salt, pepper and a few knobs of butter. Lightly blend mixture, but be carefully not to mash! Add about 2 handfuls of finely chopped spring onions and about 1 handfull of finely chopped parsley. Once all mixture is together, put in a fridge and leave for a few hours untill chilled. Once chilled you can make mixture into round patty shapes and again leave to chill for at least half an hour
Donít Make Fast and Furious Food ChangesWritten by Sue DeFiore
OK, moms and dads out there, we hear you when you say, my children wonít eat healthy foods. If we even say word, they tune out and already decide they donít like it. Well, my first response to this is ďwho is running house, you or kidsĒ. If you say kids, you have more problems than I can help you with. Put your foot down, you and your husband, spouse, significant other, (fill in blank) are ones making living and doing providing. I fully realize that children donít like concept of healthy foods. However, most children donít realize that many of foods they do like are healthy for them. Most kids I know love peanut butter, well that is a good food for them. So try some peanut butter on that apple or celery they refuse to eat. Or try some low fat or fat free cheese sauce on cauliflower or broccoli they turn their nose up at.