Experimenting With New Foods

One of the things I’d like to do in 2016, is experiment with new foods, and challenge my perceptions of what I do and don’t like.

Right now I particularly dislike mushrooms, but then I thought the same about olives until I was 40 and now I love them.  Mushrooms look so gorgeous in markets that I really should give them a go.


I have been given some lovely new healthy eating cookbooks for Christmas, and there are lots of interesting ideas for incorporating them in recipes. Plus they are so good for you.

There are also some wonderful vegetables out there that will also be on the menu, as well as different grains to try.  Quinoa or buckwheat anyone?

I don’t mind giving anything a go once (well, maybe not deep fried Mars bar or raw meat) but within reason, I’m willing!

So come on Nigella, Ella and Jamie – gimme what you’ve got! I’m game.


2 thoughts on “Experimenting With New Foods

  1. You got me thinking along the same lines. There are some vegetables that have been on my radar for about a year now. I am going to try one of them this week. Thanks for the motivation!

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