Food tips

Get the best of all ingredients.

Some ingredients are tricky to deal with, others require extra handling to give their best, sometimes going a little out your way renders spectacular results.


Salads are especially good when the warm season is over us, helping to keep us hydrated. Soups are comforting when th chill sets in.

Fruits and vegetables don’t have fat or cholesterol and they are a good source of fiber, the kind that helps to stabilize your body, provide the vitamins that make your hair, nails and skin glow and help you go about with less aches and pains and feeling full of energy.

The produce in season is always that with the sweetest taste. If fresh is not possible, frozen is the next best thing. Canned fruits and vegetables - especially commercially preserved ones - tend to have too much salt or sugar and their taste does not match their fresh counterparts.