An Hawaiian Poke Bowl meets an English Autumn

Traditional Hawaiian Ahi Poke recipes call for raw tuna, which, try as I might I’m just not keen on.  But in this poke bowl recipe you could absolutely switch out the tofu for tuna, or salmon.  The recipe is filled with warming spice and rich toasted sesame flavours, and the good old English Autumn’s stapleContinue reading “An Hawaiian Poke Bowl meets an English Autumn”

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”

Care for coughs and colds season… Anti-Viral Sweet Potato, Coconut & Ginger Soup

Coconut, ginger and sweet potato soup. Care for coughs and colds…

Mango, Coconut & Chia Cream

It’s officially the first day of the school holidays for us… Amid various melt-downs there were moments of loveliness.  Breakfast was one of them.  I think we all thoroughly appreciated the slow morning we had.  The sun was shining and we sat in the garden eating and planning our day… With extra time comes aContinue reading “Mango, Coconut & Chia Cream”

A Meat-Free Monday Bowl of Plenty…

Mondays are for cleaning up after the weekend, sorting laundry, putting away, generally making sense of the mess created by us all having a ‘relaxing’ (read chaotic) weekend at home.  Mondays are for Yoga too… There’s a brilliant class at the beautiful Yoga Sp8ce on a Monday afternoon taught by Ruth… It’s always challenging, alwaysContinue reading “A Meat-Free Monday Bowl of Plenty…”

Spring means Seabass & Samphire

Eating seasonally means really savouring the first taste of the season, never taking food for granted and being really glad the season is over.  Without fail, however much I overdo a food, when the season comes around again I’m so glad to taste it! Seabass comes in to season in spring in the UK.  IContinue reading “Spring means Seabass & Samphire”

Tom Yum Yum Yum

Endless evenings on Thai beaches.. endless days snorkeling, scuba diving and soaking up the sun.  Thai food for me is a little taste of heaven.  It opens doors to memories that will forever soothe my soul, soften my heart and inspire and lift my mood.  It’s truly mind body & soul food… So in theContinue reading “Tom Yum Yum Yum”

Free Healthy Desk Lunch Recipe Ebook

This is exciting!The lovely folk over at Furniture at Work have put together a fab recipe ebook filled with healthy desk lunch ideas.  The ebook contains recipes by a collection of 16 bloggers and includes Hole Food Family’s very own ‘Clean, Lean & Green with Cashew Turmeric Cream’. The ebook is free to download andContinue reading “Free Healthy Desk Lunch Recipe Ebook”

Pink Potato, Fennel & Leek Soup

The temperature has dropped again and it seems like everyone is poorly… Mine included.  So we’re bundled up with sniffs and snivels and only hot soup and toast will do.  That along with chamomile tea and ginger biscuits!  No problem though, snuggling on the sofa and reading back to back Roald Dahl is a treat…Continue reading “Pink Potato, Fennel & Leek Soup”