I WON’T be attempting Dry January this year.
For one thing it would make for a rather uninteresting column to say the least.
There’s little mileage in writing about corporation pop or apple juice.
I will, however, be putting some of the excesses of the festive period behind me and eating as healthily as possible.
For me that means eating more fish, vegetables and fruit. Cuisine-wise Mediterranean dishes are fitting, as are Asian dishes, particularly Japanese, Thai and some types of Chinese food.
Asian food also has the advantage of often including the holy trinity of garlic, ginger and chilli – all great allies in the fight against the cold and