Oh hi gluten free buckwheat loaf that takes just 45 mins in the oven. How are you, you gorgeous indulgent bread friend with benefits? Your herby lusciousness lures me to you… I drizzle you with olive oil and sink my teeth, sumptuously in to your soft nutty loafiness… Can you tell I haven’t had breadContinue reading “Rosemary & Walnut Buckwheat Loaf”
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”
I was about 10 when I heard my granddad say this. I didn’t fully understand what he was saying as a child, I totally forgot it as a teenager of course and as an adult turned it on its head and lived for every sugary snack, pizza, glass of wine or bag of crisps IContinue reading “Eat to Live, Don’t Live to Eat…5 Life Enhancing Food Choices”
These brownies represent the emotional wreck that I am this week… In a frenzy of duty-free chocolate buying which went something like this in my mind… “oooh Toblerone, oooh Daim bars, oooh nougat… snap out of it Lauren you don’t even like nougat… but daim bars…Mmmm” and then I justified the buying of the DaimContinue reading “Daim Bar Laundering Brownies… Post-modern and possibly gluten-free”
The crisp cold and frosty season is well and truly upon us. The air is cold and the sky is blue, which can provide light relief from the January blues… The stillness of winter reminds us how important rest is though. Pacing ourselves, and taking time to be still, whether that’s sitting with a warmContinue reading “Mushroom, Lentil & Red Wine ‘Shepherd’s’ Pie… (He’s a veg shepherd. Obvs.)”
Indulgent cacao and chia truffles for chocoholics!
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”
Sometimes, only pasta, baked in cheesy sauce will do. Laced with nutmeg, layered with smooth seasonal roast butternut squash and herby tomato sauce… Served with baby spinach and rocket and eaten until it’s gone… because really, it’s never as good tomorrow, and I probably wont fancy it then anyway… digging my fork in the dishContinue reading “Roast Butternut Squash & Sage Lasagne”