Twochubbycubs The Cookbook: 100 Tried and Tested Slimming Recipes
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I’m always incredibly nervous and stressed before a book launch because you always worry that it’ll fall on its arse and reveal us for the shambling quims that we really are, but no, thankfully, it’s been well-received. tablespoon of brown sugar (please, don’t use sweetener – you could, but it’ll ruin the taste of the dish) (3 syns) or swap for honey (1 tbsp – 2. These recipes from smash hit weight-loss bloggers Twochubbycubsare all about pleasure not punishment.
new book to pre-order: twochubbycubs: dinner time!
We’re living in a hotel at the moment and so the staff – who have been absolutely wonderful – squirreled me into a different hotel room right next door. If you are abroad it is a little trickier, but we recommend The Book Depository if you are having trouble getting it shipped. One thing that it brought to light was how terrible I am at throwing a punch – but see, I’m a lover, not a fighter.See, and I know most of you will know this, we have welcomed our third child DINNER TIME into the world. Unless it’s one of those rabbits that come in plain packaging from lovehoney, and hey, if it is, think of the weight loss from a bit of self-love.
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Legend has it that if you listen carefully, in the right conditions, you can actually hear Ben from Hartlepool’s arse whistling in the breeze even now. serve with steamed rice, sliced radishes and chopped spring onions, or whatever veg and rice you want! We aren’t chefs ourselves you know, and we know there’s nothing more daunting than a huge list of ingredients or steps for cooking.
Worst part has been the self-isolation and not being able to go outside: I find myself pressing up against the hotel window and gazing longingly at the folks outside – which given I haven’t worn clothes for a good seven days now must look like an especially obese starfish pressed up against the walls of its tank. Some weeks it’s enough aubergines to make a convent blush, others it’s 87 leeks and a wheelbarrow of turnips. The best thing you can do is to start cooking – it’s rare the meal will go absolutely wrong and you can always salvage it.