QUICK & HEALTHY MEXICAN SALAD

A quick and easy one for you all this week. Does anybody ever read ‘the only four receips you’ll ever need’ in the Saturday Times Magazine? Each week you are given four variations on a staple recipe and a couple … Continue reading

THE BEST PEA SOUP WITH LEMONGRASS, CHILLI & COCONUT MILK

Despite loving it, my soup repertoire seems to be a little lacking. There was a time when I made my miso squash or roast cauliflower soup once a week without fail, which meant I always had a batch to turn … Continue reading

PUMPKIN PIZZA WITH KALE & CHILLI

Time for a food-blogger confessional – despite the greatest of intentions I always, always seem to miss the chance to post a seasonal/topical recipe.  I guess bloggers try to fall in line with Pancake Day/Christmas/Chanukah and the like for two … Continue reading

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HOW TO # 3 // STEAMING AUBERGINE

Aubergine is one of those funny vegetables where the way in which it’s cooked can have such a polarising effect on its success as a dish.  Undercook aubergine and it will be squeaky, chewy and generally unpleasant, but when it’s … Continue reading

CAULIFLOWER CRUST PIZZA

It’s day 3 of 8 of Passover and I have been hit by a massive wave of matzah-fatigue; egg matzah, chocolate matzah, matzah brei, you name it – I’ve eaten it.  So, if like me, you are hankering to chow-down … Continue reading

MISO SWEET POTATO & AUBERGINE WITH STICKY COCONUT RICE

As a child of the Wagamama generation, there was a time when vegetable katsu curry was my everything.  I would frequent my local restaurant like nobody’s business and scoff when the waiter would dutifully ask if this was my first … Continue reading

AVOCADO HOUMOUS WITH SPELT FLATBREADS

I don’t know if it’s possible for a fruit or vegetable to be a part of the zeitgeist but if so then I think it’s safe to say that Avocado is having a bit of a moment. An ingredient once reserved … Continue reading

MEATBALLS IN A ROASTED PEPPER & TOMATO SAUCE

My first post on this blog was a recipe for lemon and herb roasted chicken, a tribute to my husband Jeremy who after a couple of months of living together started showing signs of concern/borderline hysteria over the great number … Continue reading