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

THE BEST ROAST POTATOES WITH ANCHOVIES, GARLIC & PARSLEY

Over the weekend I ventured out to one of Ottolenghi’s restaurants, NOPI, for some pretty momentous grub.  There is a lot to say about NOPI – the beautiful rose marble and brass finishes, floor-to-ceiling faceted mirrored toilets, oh and did … Continue reading

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GREEN BEAN & CARAMELISED SHALLOT TORTILLA

Inspired by a recent trip to Tarifa, Spain, I wanted to share the S-O-T-H version of a delicious green bean tortilla I sampled while away. Tortilla, frittata, spanish omelette, whatever you want to call it, I’m a big fan – … Continue reading

ROASTED GRAPE & CHEESE CROSTINI

There is little in life that I like more than a good ole cheese board paired with a side of fruit.  So whilst plotting my next SOTH experiment, I decided to channel this obsession into working on a recipe to … Continue reading

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

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

ROAST CAULIFLOWER SOUP WITH POMEGRANATE & ZA’ATAR

If you read my post a couple of weeks ago about my parent’s culinary capabilities (or lack thereof) you’ll know that during my formative years, cauliflower was eaten in one of two ways at my home: i) Dad would (over)boil … Continue reading