Hot & Pungent Chilli Prawn Ramen Bowl & the True Benefits of Bone Broth

Craving pungent warmth?  This ramen bowl HITS THE SPOT!  And it has lots of health benefits too.  I’m just over a stinking cold and with a fridge full of slow cooked bone broth this recipe gave me a hot hit and all the re-mineralising benefits of the broth.  Although strictly speaking this isn’t a RamenContinue reading “Hot & Pungent Chilli Prawn Ramen Bowl & the True Benefits of Bone Broth”

Super Greens Soup for a Flourishing Gut Garden…

Super greens soup for a flourishing gut garden.

Wild Chestnut & Thyme Risotto

By next week they’ll be gone.  But while you can, there’s a bounty of smooth, nutty, sweet Autumn Chestnuts ready in abundance and littering the floor of the woods…  Don’t mistake them for conkers (or worse vice versa)… You’ll know a sweet Chestnut by it’s green shell of fine spines, which is almost impossible toContinue reading “Wild Chestnut & Thyme Risotto”

Broccoli, Stilton & Walnut Soup

Going back to the fairy garden visuals of yesterday’s brussels sprouts post, if the brussels sprouts are the cabbages, then the broccoli would be the trees.  But I’d give them little super hero capes because broccoli is super…Especially sprouting broccoli.  Perhaps this is a project for a rainy day…?!  Or perhaps I have too muchContinue reading “Broccoli, Stilton & Walnut Soup”

Tomato & Basil Risotto meets Harissa Chicken Bone Broth…

The bone broth from the Harissa Roast Chicken is beautifully warming, without being hot!  It was sitting in my fridge in all its jellified wibbly wobbly gloriousness with a lovely warm red colour… I definitely prefer using broth for risotto than soup, although I’m sure this would have made a lovely tomato based soup… But,Continue reading “Tomato & Basil Risotto meets Harissa Chicken Bone Broth…”

Harissa Roast Chicken & Warming Winter Bone Broth

Sundays throughout Autumn and Winter are for roast dinners in our house… It’s a really great time to come together as a family and the kids love the array of food on offer.  It means they eat well because they have control over their portions and food choices, albeit vegetables are compulsory!  But then asideContinue reading “Harissa Roast Chicken & Warming Winter Bone Broth”