Say Cheese! Baked Cheese And Cauliflower
An event that has been big in the news lately is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space program. It has been a full half-century since mankind placed the first footstep upon the surface of the moon. Apart from being a heroic achievement of human science, engineering and courage, the moon landing also conclusively disproved the old saying that ‘the moon is made of cheese’. Luckily for us, there is still plenty of cheese on good old planet Earth. Try out this recipe for Ch
Dementia-Friendly Foods: Veggie Spring Rolls
Catering well to residents who have dementia can be tricky if they have a poor appetite and are quite active. Here are some ideas to help people with small appetites eat better. Offer small, nutritious meals more often across the day. Fortified drinks such as milkshakes, fresh fruit juices and smoothies can help to increase nutrient intake. ‘Always on’ nutritious and appealing snacks like fresh and dried fruits, baked goods or mini cakes in common areas can help residents who
‘Turnip’ The Heat – Seasonal Eating
As summer turns up the heat it might also be time to ‘turnip’ your veggie consumption. Often thought of as a winter vegetable, June is actually turnip season in the UK. In fact, now is the best time for baby turnips, which are smaller and sweeter than their winter counterparts. On top of that, it’s always worth cooking with seasonal veg when you have access to the freshest ingredients. The turnip may not be the most glamorous vegetable but offers major health benefits, nudgin
Pumpkin Tart Anyone?
In the colder months, what could be better than a sweet roasted pumpkin tart with creamy ricotta? Pumpkins are in season now in Australia and it’s one of those staple ‘wintery’ foods that doesn’t need to be overly complicated to be utterly delicious. Here’s our recipe for Pumpkin tart from the #SoupedUpKitchen, which you can jazz up with feta if you’re looking for more of a salty uplift. Why we love pumpkin for aged care? Apart from its comfort factor, pumpkin has a lot to of