All posts tagged: gut repair

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 much time on my hands… Either way, this soup is a little bit delicious.  The only ingredients here are the broccoli, Stilton & walnuts, and that’s because I’ve used a bone broth to soup them up… and there’s so much flavour and seasoning already there that no more is needed.  If you’re without a bone broth though, I’ll list a vegetable base alternative. Ingredients: 1 head broccoli 100g stilton 2 handfuls chopped walnuts Covered with chicken bone broth (about 600ml) or topped up with vegetable stock. If you don’t have any chicken bone broth then you can make a vegetable stock base from the following ingredients: 2 tbsps olive oil 1 onion, chopped 1 carrot, chopped into small cubes 1 stick …

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 aside from the meat it mainly is vegetables, in one form or another… We usually buy a chicken, it’s down to me, I just don’t enjoy very rich red meat, and it’s always free-range & organic.  We are so detached from the process of food production on the whole, but I have an underlying sense of responsibility for the quality of life the animal has lived.  Plus, I just don’t fancy eating the antibiotics & hormones pumped in to the non-organic farmed birds.  It’s seems cruel and it’s certainly has no health benefits for me, in fact probably quite the opposite.  So, with our organic chicken ready for the roast, this week I fancied something a little different, and went with …