Saltimbocca (serves 4)

Saltimbocca by The Fat Foodie

Although I enjoy eating most meat I’m not a fan of veal at all. Leaving aside ethical concerns about how veal is raised and slaughtered, the fact is, I simply don’t enjoy the taste of it. I didn’t realise that saltimbocca is traditionally made with veal until I decided to make it one day, but after doing some research online I thankfully discovered that a lot of professional chefs believe that saltimbocca is actually far tastier when made with pork escalopes instead.

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Beef and Guinness Casserole (serves 4)

Beef and Guinness Casserole by The Fat Foodie

It’s really getting cold now, with thick layers of ice on everything seeming commonplace, and it seems like my slow cooker is going on very frequently in an attempt to combat the incessantly encroaching cold. Before I left to go to work the other day I put a beef and Guinness casserole in the slow cooker and it was an absolute delight to come home to. The minute I walked in the front door I was hit by the rich, rib-sticking aroma of beef that had been slow-cooked in deep, yeasty beer. Heaven indeed.

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Feta Stuffed Chicken Breasts (Serves 4)

Feta Stuffed Chicken Breasts by The Fat Foodie

At the start of the year I completely gave up dairy, but after ten months I have to say that I’m not noticing a massive difference when I introduce small portions of dairy cheese into my diet or drink small amounts of milk. That said, certain dairy products are still an absolute no-go for me, such as cream or really fatty cheeses like brie. However, one cheese which I can easily tolerate is feta and thankfully, along with being very tasty, feta is also a low FODMAP cheese, so it’s a win-win all round for me!

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