Its that time of the year when the leaves are starting to change colour and fall to the ground. The nights are getting colder, the rain is becoming more frequent and on a Sunday all you want to do is snuggle up in bed after eating your belly full of delicious food, and catch up on all your weeks worth of television entertainment.
Days like these I spend cooking up a hearty family meal as well as a extremely naughty and OHH so pleasurable dessert.
I ponder around the kitchen various food programmes on in the back ground and I have a pile of food magazines close by that I flick through for a catch up on what is going on in the world of food and hospitality. I indulge myself within the sheets of paper finding out all the newest food trends, learning new recipes and cooking techniques, whilst adoring all the fabulous food photography on every page sometimes lusting over the tempting looking dishes.
This month I have been browsing through the pages of Vegan living, a quite new food magazine that focuses on vegan cookery, the clue is very much in the title.
I am not a vegan but I am a foodie so I do like to eat well and expand my cooking repertoire, as far as I am concerned, you do not have to be a vegan to cook and enjoy vegan food. Vegan foods can only do you good. I practice having a balanced food intake, therefore, I do eat meat and fish, however, I eat them in moderation as that is what I conceive as a balanced diet.
Vegan recipes can sometimes be daunting if you are creating baked good such as cakes and pastries as you do have to start using ingredients that you may well never of heard of. Please do not let this put you off one vegan meal a week can open your eyes to a whole new world of amazing foods and ingredients.
There are also other vegan and vegetarian food magazine’s out there, why not give one a try Vegan food and Living
Vegan life is also a great food magazine filled with lots of exciting and tasty dishes check it out.
Lots of foodie luv Dan x