It’s getting cooler, I’m sure that you can you feel it? It’s time for Mother Nature to prepare to hibernate. There is only enough time to jar the last of the pickles, and cook the last batch of jam before winter sets in.
October boasts a...
With Easter just around the corner, thoughts are turning towards spring, and well–towards chocolate!
Being partly Belgian, the mere thought of writing a piece on healthy chocolate had me salivating – well that’s my excuse anyway!
If you are going to put a little chocolate in your...
Warm Goats Cheese Salad with Pear
This has to be one of my favourite recipes. The Warm goat’s cheese is complimented by pear and walnuts in this gorgeous salad. It’s so easy to make but looks like you’ve spent ages in the kitchen!
150g soft goat’s cheese
We all know that weekday lunches can be really difficult. We often do not have access to a full kitchen and unhealthy options are tempting. Luckily, you can still eat a healthy lunch and save money with a little planning. Here are some delicious...
Holy Jerusalem Artichoke recipe
The Jerusalem artichoke is in season from November to mid February. It has a pinkish hue, and looks like a large piece of ginger. Ironically, it isn’t a member of the artichoke family and has absolutely nothing to do with Jerusalem. It’s...
Pumpkin Sage Gnocchi Recipe
If you have ever wandered what to do with your spare Pumpkin left over from Halloween, try this delicious Pumpkin Sage Gnocchi recipe made by the girls at Honestly Healthy.
600g fresh raw pumpkin
225g rice flour (and a little more for rolling)
Vegetable celeriac crumble
Celeriac is a large, knobbly root vegetable. It is from the celery family and tastes quite similar, but has a slightly nutty, milder and sweeter taste. I tried this last night, and was smittten.
Prep: 40 mins Cook: 50 mins
For the filling
• 500ml bouillion...