150 g (51/2 oz) baby English spinach
6 white witlof (chicory/Belgian endive) heads
1 nashi pear, quartered and thinly sliced
10 g (½ oz) parmesan cheese, grated
8 figs, quartered
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar glaze
12 prosciutto slices
4 tablespoons olive oil
sea salt and cracked black pepper, to season
Add the spinach, witlof and pear to a mixing bowl. Grate over the parmesan cheese.
Cut the pomegranate in half and squeeze the seeds over the salad.
Place a frying pan over medium heat and drizzle with some olive oil. Add the figs, cooking until browned. Add the balsamic vinegar and toss well. Remove the figs from the heat and set aside on a plate.
Wipe the pan clean and place back over medium heat, add some olive oil and the prosciutto. Fry the prosciutto until crispy on both sides, then remove from heat. Leave to cool slightly, then roughly chop and drain on a paper towel.
Add the figs and the prosciutto to the salad. Dress with olive oil and season with sea salt and cracked black pepper. Gently toss together and serve while the prosciutto is warm.
Processed meats (like salami, prosciutto, etc.) are okay if they have been heated to 75° and consumed hot.
Hard cheeses, such as parmesan, are good to go but check particular types before consuming.
A House Husbands' Guide – Cooking for your pregnant partner by Aaron Harvie
A House Husbands’ Guide – Cooking for your pregnant partner by Aaron Harvie is the ultimate guide for future fathers wanting to get more involved in their partner’s pregnancy through cooking nutritionally balanced meals.
At the start of his wife’s pregnancy, Aaron felt removed and alienated. Like many dads-to-be, he watched his wife’s incredible physical metamorphosis of nurturing their unborn child while feeling relatively unchanged and limited to simply being there and offering support. By combining his culinary background and affinity for fatherhood—Aaron soon found a way to get more involved and make a major contribution to his partner’s pregnancy by giving his baby the best possible start in life.
This house husband cookbook provides safe, healthy and delicious recipes for pregnant partners. It also shares some heartfelt anecdotes and fatherly tips for before and after a child is welcomed into the world. With cooking topics that range from cheats and tricks, the three second-rule, what’s on the menu and what’s off , to cravings, funtastic baby facts and hospital food—A House Husbands’ Guide helps fathers offer support to their pregnant partners while ensuring both mother and baby are fed, happy and healthy.
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