Energise!

Size really doesn’t matter, A True ‘Badass‘ comes in all sizes!

A reminder that we can make an impact no matter how big or small our intentions are – just ensure they enhance everyone:)

Self made, Self filled, Self treat

Organic ghee, pink Himalayan sea salt, mixed nuts/sesame seeds filling a luscious Medjool date.

Delicious, Power Packed, Satisfying.

Giselda’s Self Treats

Welcome and thank you for visiting.

A space where I humbly share the little Treats that increase my everyday joy.

Why (Why Not!) – Self Treat?

A soothing balm, an unconditional friend, a non judgemental ‘stop’ time…..

A time to cherish ‘ME’ – and all those who step into my space:)

  • Treating my body with the delicious food I cook, Nourishing
  • Delicate smelling oils I choose for the sensuous lotions I create, Tantalising
  • Focused yoga asana’s I favour to align with my breath, Connecting
  • Expanding my knowledge through ideas writers of books choose to share, Affirming
  • Glorious music that I allow to vibrate through my entire being, Rejuvenating

Huge Gratitude to all the Penguins who step into my space – all your nudges are soul expanding!

Lord of the Sliders

Ingredients

  • 1 x pack shredded Ham Hock (Waitrose cooks ingredients) or from your local butcher 
  • 1/2 onion
  • Chipotle or BBQ sauce
  • Chilli powder (optional)
  • Mini slider buns

Method

  1. Chop onions and fry
  2. Add ham hock
  3. Fry till ham is heated through
  4. Turn heat down and add sauce to taste

You can add a pinch or more of chilli powder or fresh chopped chillies.
Off heat, cut buns in half and fill!! 

A ‘Midlife Growth’ !

No more ‘Midlife crises’ 🙂

Giselda’s Food is officially open for business.

Many months spent working on recipes and menus.  Lots of food tastings with my girls and close friends.  Lazy Sunday lunches and midweek surprises.

My food journey started many years ago in Malaysia.  I grew up in a family of food lovers.  Travelling many miles with my father to try the best bowl of Shitake mushroom Bah Kut Teh (a delicious herbal Chinese soup).

My mother always carrying a rice cooker on trips to the beach and cooking the most amazing food in our little hotel room (back in the days when one could smuggle appliances into hotels!)

Sitting with my grandmother and stirring chopped up pieces of banana core in a pan of water to gather the stringy bits.

Aunty Susan producing mouth watering meals with the simplest store cupboard ingredients.

Then travelling and living in many different countries and learning different cultures through food.