Hopefully like me, you are willing the sun to stick around. I'm dreaming of sun-filled afternoons in the garden and going on summer holiday somewhere, anywhere warm. This recipe is inspired by my love of summer holidays in Spain, where I drink gazpacho by the litre. After all, I don't eat meat, so this is one of the … Continue reading One for the sun…
After reading the title, you will realise that there's a bad pun lurking. Apologies, but it was too good to pass up. Puns aside, this recipe was developed for the boyfriend of a friend who loves curry, but not the after effects. Despite being a very keen cook, curries being amongst his favourites, he eats a lot … Continue reading When you want a curry, but can’t stomach the spice
I love salad, a hearty salad, mind you. This means my salads often include grains, pulses and seeds, as well as veg (the more colourful the better, I say) which creates a filling and nutrient dense meal.
I have to confess, I don't drink many smoothies and when I do, I often over-zealously add in too many ingredients and end up with a green/brown sludge, which I realise is not necessarily appetising or visually appealing.
Who doesn't love baked beans? And who doesn't love curry? Both are favourites in British cuisine, and are great comfort foods.
The idea for these came late one night and I was pleased that I acted on the impulse. These butter cups in fact are delicious, so much so that you wouldn't believe that they are actually quite healthy - full of good fat, antioxidants and no refined sugars. I could go on, singing their nutritional praises, but you'd fall asleep and not busy yourself with making these.
Fish is a great source of protein as well as B Vitamins and other essential and good for you fats. As a long-time vegetarian (and ex-vegan), and now, pescatarian, I try to have a few servings of fish a few times a week.