Hello Paeds-and-Feed blog followers! It has been a really loooong time between articles hasn’t it? Well I am back, albeit for as many articles as I can write in 2 days, because I have a bit of leave to work on material before it’s back to the grindstone! Let’s talk...
Here Dr Megs has a pretty good crack at reproducing a delicious Japanese dish she tasted whilst in Tokyo recently… the dipping udon noodle!
So here is my recipe for my "hedgehog" meatballs. Not hedgehog meat of course (I know you were thinking it!) but pork mince with grated carrot "spikes." This was a recipe I made up when I arrived home from my first trip to Japan about a week ago. It was a major hit...
Hello everyone and Gong Xi Fa Cai (Happy Chinese New Year) to you all! I made this very un-Chinese dish before the New Year and have had overwhelming requests to share the recipe I used. My kids absolutely SMASHED it, and I must admit that the adults in the...
An excess of eggplants means MOUSSAKA! This special recipe is dairy-free, but is yummy whether you are dairy allergic or not!
In this episode of Dr Megs – Paeds & Feeds, Dr Megs tells you all you need to know about the use of melatonin in children
Recipe trial and adaptation of an old favourite – Char siu BAO!
The second article in the series about Childhood Trauma, Dr Megs discusses how trauma can present in children of different ages, and then how parents and carers can help their young person to deal with their big feelings.
In this week’s blog article, Dr Megs gives us an introduction to childhood trauma. What is it? How does it happen?