Spoonfed Suppers Partners with Gabby Logan to Help You Celebrate the World Cup and Ladies Day

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Glamorous, a keen sports enthusiast and wellness aficionado... Who else but Gabby Logan to contribute her favourite quick and healthy supper recipe to Spoonfed Suppers subscribers on the day of an epic World Cup match and Ascot Ladies Day?

“I’m loving Spoonfed Suppers! It's revolutionised our lives! Hurrah for Candy, you rock fictional lady!"

As a busy working mum, Gabby Logan understands the challenge of planning healthy meals for a family at the end of a long day. And under constant pressure to look fit and glowing for her role as a leading sports presenter, she recognises the need for great nutrition despite time pressures. So she has partnered with Spoonfed Suppers to send you the perfect quick and healthy recipe for you to enjoy at the end of Ladies day and in front of the France vs. Mexico match.

As with all Spoonfed Suppers recipes, Gabby’s dinner will be sent directly to your inbox, take less than half an hour to prepare and cook, and contain just 550 calories and less than 5% of saturated fat.

What will she send you to cook? To find out, subscribe for free at http://www.spoonfedsuppers.com. Gabby spoonfeeds the nation supper on Thursday 17th June 2010.

Notes to editors:

As featured in the Telegraph Magazine, ShortList, the Metro and Women’s Fitness Magazine, Spoonfed Suppers [http://www.spoonfedsuppers.com/press.html is a fantastic daily email service to make cooking at home quicker, healthier and hassle-free. During the week, Candy Delaney, your virtual 1950’s housewife, sends out a speckled array of recipes, varying from curries to meat-and-two-veg, from gourmet to comfort, from vegetarian to carnivore. The recipes come complete with an ingredient list and easy-to-follow instructions [http://sut1.co.uk/l/c.php?c=13118&ct=80457 .

Other features of the Spoonfed Suppers service include regular celebrity guest contributors, a straightforward weekly shopping list [http://sut1.co.uk/l/c.php?c=13118&ct=81719 , and a comprehensive list of staples to stock up on [http://www.spoonfedsuppers.com/stock-up-on-staples.html , which makes the cooking process quicker, cheaper and more rewarding.

The Spoonfed Suppers [http://www.spoonfedsuppers.com/ website includes an archive [http://www.spoonfedsuppers.com/recipe-history.html of previous recipes with the ability to search by ingredient or type. So if you have a chicken breast and a couple of carrots in the fridge, you’ll find ideas on the site to help you play ready-steady-chef and avoid anything going to waste.

Spoonfed Suppers is a proponent of the Meat Free Mondays, NHS 5-a-day and Love Food Hate Waste campaigns.

Spoonfed Suppers’ readers are either on-the-go young professionals or busy families who are passionate about good food and fast food. Spoonfed Suppers is their trusted free source of well-planned, nutritious and varied meals.

A few comments from our subscribers:

  •     Moina Macaskill: “I’m loving Spoonfed Suppers! It's revolutionised our lives! Hurrah for Candy, you rock fictional lady!"
  •     Tracy Edwards: "We subscribe and it has truly changed our lives. Yummy!"

Caroline Dean, Founder and Editor-In-Chief:
After five years of working in the investment industry (across JPMorgan, RBS and Cheyne Capital), Caroline Dean decided to match her entrepreneurial enthusiasm with the type of online service she desired most... Spoonfed Suppers! Having worked as Marketing and Investor Relations Product Manager at Cheyne Capital, a hedge fund, where she oversaw marketing, sales and client development, she was hungry for a new kind of luxury – healthy living and home cooked food. Caroline also brings her passion for journalism as a freelance journalist. Caroline has an M.A. from Oxford University and speaks French and German.

Caroline Dean on info (at) spoonfedsuppers (dot) com or 07833678595 or visit the website


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