Fun Fish Pie|
On 19/09/2011 in Recipes
For this Fish Pie recipe, enlist your child’s help to peel the eggs, mash the potatoes, measure out all the ingredients and eat it up afterwards!
Salt and freshly ground black pepperFor the mash4 large désirée potatoes, peeled and cubed100g (31/2oz) butterWine glass of milkMethodPreheat the oven to 220°C/425°F/Gas Mark 7. Place the fish in a pie dish with the bay leaf and milk, and bake for 10 minutes
Fish Pie for Little Pirates|
On 06/12/2009 in Recipes
Get your little pirates to help with this one
ground black pepperFor the mash4 largish Desiree potatoes, peeled and cubed100g (3oz) butterw1 small wine glass milk (about 150ml or 5 fl oz)MethodPreheat the oven to 220C (425F/Gas 7). Place the fish in your pie dish with the bay leaf and milk. Pop
Cooking for kids, with Aldo Zilli|
On 24/06/2011 in Celebrity chefs
Celebrity chef, Aldo Zilli gave us a masterclass in making healthy food for children. Here are some of the fantastic tips we came away with...
.Meat, Fish, Eggs, Beans, NutsTry minced beef, turkey, chicken, pork or lamb as most children prefer their meat to be soft and moist so shepherds pie, meatballs, BologneseAdd lentils, chick peas, kidney beans to casserole or strews.Oily fish should be given
Top chefs at home: Tristan Welch|
On 09/09/2010 in Recipes
Tristan Welch, Head Chef of Launceston Place, and father of twins Felix and Tintin, 15 months, talks fine dining with his family and reveals a recipe for tasty Cheddar meatballs
’s pie, fish pie, and roast chicken with vegetables. But their favourite is cheese on toast.Any golden rules for raising a happy eater? We only limit the textures Felix and Tintin can eat, not the flavours. Our boys have been eating almost the same as us
Claude Bosi's Christmas memories and recipes|
On 22/11/2012 in Celebrity chefs
The reknowned chef and father shares his seasonal secrets
was my first Scalextric.What was your typical Christmas dinner as a child? It was about four or five hours long and we had everything: fish, foie gras, snails, frog’s legs, roast capon and Bûche de Noël, a traditional Yule log. I loved it
A Little of What You Fancy|
On 01/06/2011 in Food & Dining Awards
Small and perfectly formed, Little Dish has lots of big admirers
family. What do you consider to be your flagship product?Little Dish Fish Pie was part of our original range and continues to be one of our best sellers. Parents know how important it is for their children to have fish in their diet even at an early age
Best Family Restaurant: Giraffe |
On 27/05/2011 in Food & Dining Awards
Juliette Joffe, co-owner of Giraffe restaurants, offers her tips for family-friendly dining
crumble. What did you have for school dinners? School dinners are not what they are today with the school dinner revolution. I remember the food being stodgy shepherd's pie, turkey drummers and lumpy mash. Thankfully, now we know what great food is. Do you
Borneo with the boys|
On 25/08/2011 in Long-haul
Horse riding, bat caves and a million monkeys... There are adventures galore in this tropical paradise, including a close encounter with an elusive great ape
was obviously just as much a social gathering as a chance to stock up on supplies. Although mainly a produce market (Ben kept his nose firmly pegged passing the mounds of dried fish causing much mirth among the good-natured traders), there were local handicrafts
Mealtimes with Michael Caines|
On 13/10/2011 in Celebrity chefs
The two Michelin-starred chef talks food, family and Fairy liquid!
for you – fish and chips, the occasional burger, all the stuff that tastes good is inevitably bad for you like clotted cream and lots of butter. I have lots of guilty pleasures, probably too many! I just run it off the next day.Tell me about the Fairy
An exciting Christmas break|
On 08/08/2011 in Perfect for...
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Whether it’s snowflakes or soft sand, there’s a perfect yule for you!
’s packed with exciting and educational activities, including a Padi Bubblemaker course, fishing, shell hunting on the white sands, seeing crocodiles or simply star-gazing into the night sky. There’s a host of indoor fun to be had as well, including