Have you tried Pinterest? It is like a digital scrapbook come corkboard, particularly useful for saving your favourite images or links in any number of categories. It can be incredibly addictive, as you have access to thousands (millions!) of pictures and links saved by other users and there is the inevitable temptation to spend hours browsing and ‘repinning’ their links onto your boards for future reference.
Many businesses are now using Pinterest for marketing purposes, so here at The Terrace we thought we would give it a go. However, rather than just being another way to chat to people about our work, it has proved a fabulous way to save some favourite recipes. It is well-known that Pinterest is perfect for finding irresistable photos of fabulous food, and of course most people will never have time to produce a tenth of the recipes they save. So we thought we would pick our favourite five from our board to share on here.
1. Warm Winter Salads by Sophia Breene at Greatist. Delicious recipes full of rices, pulses and squash as well as fruit and a huge variety of leaves. Really highlights the value of salad in the colder months – you don’t have to hit the comfort food just because the central heating has come on….
2.The Best Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup by Ceara’s Kitchen. Having just mentioned comfort food, what could actually be better on a cold evening than a wonderful bowl of soup. This is a fabulous recipe, packed with good things and gluten free.
5. Our very own Overnight Oats! – Prompted by Becky, who works with us here at The Terrace, we have tried this brilliant breakfast option. Give it a try and boost your energy at the start of the day.
So why not give our boards a look, and if you have your own Pinterest page, follow us for new ideas, thoughts about therapy and inspiration for health and well being – both physical and emotional. We even have cake…… (Flourless Chocolate Cake courtesy of The Vibrant Family).