- Follow HOT MEALS NOW on WordPress.com
- My Tweets
Eat The Seasons
- Great resource of what's in season. Sign up for a free weekly email update. www.eattheseasons.co.uk
Brilliant co-operative run by local residents in Hackney Wick, bringing in organic seasonal produce from a farm in Essex.
The Food Assembly
- Content and photography is © Annie Nichols 2015 unless otherwise stated, and may not be used or downloaded without permission.
Author Archives: Annie Nichols
Easter. A time of renewal. I will be moving from my studio, E2 in Hackney Wick in a couple weeks, to where, I have no idea! But before I go, I do need to get rid of a billion objects I … Continue reading
I’m very nosey when it comes to other peoples fridge contents…don’t worry there’s usually something dodgy festering in the back of mine too….oh yes and you may know, I keep tennis balls in my freezer to hide them from the … Continue reading
‘In an attempt to live forever, and become just like their Instagram idol, Sarah Wilson, McCartney and McLennan give up the sweet stuff; sugar.’ Please Note: This episode is booze, sugar, gluten, fructose, lactose and personality-free. This comes recommended by … Continue reading
I’ve been using a fair bit of fresh ginger recently due to an enthusiasm for NutriBullet blitzing most raw vegetables and fruit in sight! In the winter months it’s been a great way to get a load of raw food … Continue reading
JUST TRiED IT Graffiti, Hackney Wick, East London, 2015. So it’s 4 months today that I gave up sugar and alcohol for a year. Still going strong… It took me a long time to build myself up to the date … Continue reading
Of all the most ridiculous spam emails I get regarding slimming and claims for losing weight quickly, This ‘Slim Spray’ has to take the (low-fat) biscuit for the biggest con so far! See last post….
In response to my last post, Diana Henry tweeted me and we had a twitter chat re healthy eating and ‘crank’ diets. I just had to post this after Diana’s last tweet…”I don’t eat anything with health claims. That’s the first … Continue reading