Sweet & Sticky Fig & Pistachio Quinoa Porridge…& Eating Intuitively

“The weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful…” This line generates a feeling of warmth within me… not just that it connects me to my own inner fire, or Agni as it’s known in Yoga.  Tuning in to our own inner Agni can connect us to feelings of internal physical warmth, weContinue reading “Sweet & Sticky Fig & Pistachio Quinoa Porridge…& Eating Intuitively”

Lasagne & Roast Potatoes Anyone? Or Herby Red Lentil Lasagne…

It wasn’t until I was a grown up that anyone questioned our standard family supper of lasagne and roast potatoes… It gives me quite a giggle to think about it now!  What a carb fest, extreme comfort food!  Although I’ve dropped the addition of roast potatoes from this dish, I do often make a lasagne,Continue reading “Lasagne & Roast Potatoes Anyone? Or Herby Red Lentil Lasagne…”

Moroccan Chicken Casserole & Giant Cous Cous

This is a warming, spicy dinner of good nourishment.  Great for a cold evening.  It’s hearty and fills the house with a sweet spicy smell…   Ingredients (serves 4): 4 Chicken Thighs 3 preserved lemons (or 1 unwaxed fresh lemon) 3 small red onions (or 1 large red onion) 4 cloves garlic 25 olives 12Continue reading “Moroccan Chicken Casserole & Giant Cous Cous”

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…”

A Jerusalem Artichoke Tart and a Naked Autumn Slaw… Oh the scandal!

I know you must all be relieved… I could hear the panic building at the school gates today… “What shall we do with our Jerusalem artichoke glut” you were saying… “wherever shall we find a tasty recipe”… Well, worry no longer… (ahem).  So unless you’re an allotmenteer or, like me, accidentally ordered the ‘fancy’ boxContinue reading “A Jerusalem Artichoke Tart and a Naked Autumn Slaw… Oh the scandal!”

Coconut Chicken & Cashew Nuts with Qunioa (starch me up with rice and I’m good too)

This dish has become a regular on the dinner scene in our house.  It originally came from health recipe by Lisa Richards from her anti-candida diet.  OK, don’t stop reading yet!  It’s full of anti-inflammatory turmeric and anti-fungal ginger & garlic.  It’s such a good cleansing meal, if that’s what you’re in the market for…Continue reading “Coconut Chicken & Cashew Nuts with Qunioa (starch me up with rice and I’m good too)”

Arancini with Spicy Tomatoes and Black Eye Beans

This is truly indulgent, especially the day after risotto!  But what can you do when there are leftovers that need to be used up?  And, anything in breadcrumbs goes down well with the kids… I haven’t made Arancini other than with leftover risotto, and honestly I think this is the best way, it’s full ofContinue reading “Arancini with Spicy Tomatoes and Black Eye Beans”

Cheap as Chips with Bestival Sauce

This is a great side or snack… The kids love it and I love picking on it when they have it! Using olive oil, and cutting out any dehydrated potato or additional starch or flavour that can be found in commercial potato products, these take 25 minutes in the oven.  As quick as most frozenContinue reading “Cheap as Chips with Bestival Sauce”

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