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”
Matcha recipes for health and well-being
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”
Super greens soup for a flourishing gut garden.
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”
Coconut, ginger and sweet potato soup. Care for coughs and colds…
In full fruit, in a hedgerow near you, the brambles are groaning under the weight of sweet, juicy blackberries. And what’s more, they are free! Free food. It’s blackberry season and to celebrate I’d love for as many of you as possible to share your favourite blackberry recipes. Please leave a link in the comments,Continue reading “Blackberry Breakfast Muffins & Recipe Share”
What did the cheese say when it looked in the mirror? “Hallou-mi!” This salad though, it’s no joke. In fact it’s seriously lovely… It’s about as easy as dinner comes too, so when you’re ready for a super summer supper and a glass of cold white wine this is for you… Full of allotment bountyContinue reading “Peach, Pea & Halloumi Salad”
So the bountiful August is well and truly in swing… filled with beans, potatoes, herbs, carrots, garlic, beetroot and of course courgettes… Our Allotmenting this year has been less productive than in previous years, mainly because I’ve been focused on getting my yoga class up and running alongside studying…I’m spread pretty thin but Tim andContinue reading “Courgetti Ratatouille”