Fork out less by spending more time in the kitchen
One of the positives coming out of lockdown, is most people are spending more time in the kitchen, satisfying their taste buds and that of their families.
With the takeaway menus back in the drawer and the kitchen knives sharpened, where do families find inspiration for new recipes for their tasty dinners.
Two point four have some favourites that we follow and we thought we would share them with you.
With a career spanning over 25 years, London born mother of three, Annabel Karmel, has pioneered the way families all over the world feed their babies and children.
Recognising that there’s not always time to cook, Annabel also supports busy families with delicious, nutritiously balanced ready-to-go options; from Organic Baby Purees to tasty Chilled Toddler Meals.
With the sole mission of raising the standards of children’s diets, Annabel is a regular media commentator on food-related issues, and she regularly undertakes consultancy work for major nursery chains, leisure resorts, restaurants, and hotels worldwide.
In 2006, Annabel received an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her outstanding work in the field of child nutrition, and she has since become recognised as one of the UK’s leading female entrepreneurs.
Two point four have had the pleasure of working with Annabel over the last few months, sharing recipes and ideas for our destinations.
At Dad’s Table
Adam is a passionate chef, new Dad and recent graduate from Leiths School of Food and Wine in London who is on a mission to overhaul the way we think about food in pregnancy and early parenthood.
When his wife first became pregnant he couldn’t wait to start researching what were the best dishes to make for her to ensure both her and their baby were getting enough of the good stuff. He was disappointed to see that most advice centered on what you can’t have, rather than on what you can.
He therefore decided to write his own recipes to accompany her through the differing stages of her pregnancy.
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Amanda is a expat living in Marrakech who has become a bit of a travel and food expert for all things Morocco.
She shares recipes, ideas and tips for travel to the country she now calls home and also runs Marrakech food tours for anyone who finds themselves craving some authentic street food when in town
This Instagram page documents the journey of Rebecca and Megan as two expat mums living in Dubai with six children.
They regularly feature all things motherhood and share child friendly recipes that are easy to follow and for everyone to make.