Purple Pickled Cabbage Soup

Vibrant and delicious. Serves 6 500g red cabbage, finely shredded 2 tbsp red wine vinegar Butter or olive oil, for frying 1 large red onion, peeled and finely chopped 3 sticks of celery, finely chopped 2 apples...

Posted: 07.10.19 0 Comments

My New Book: One

I am so excited to announce my brand-new book, One. I have been working on this book for 2 years and it brings together everything I have learnt so far in my 16 years cooking for a living. Life-friendly food that has...

Posted: 30.09.19 0 Comments

Feeding Little Ones Part II: Lunch + Supper

Food has taken on a new meaning for me in the last few years. It’s an everyday miracle and this is what I try to remind myself when I am inevitably reaching for a cinnamon bun or a bar of chocolate. Even more...

Posted: 02.09.19 1 Comments

Oven baked squash risotto

Some risottos are better than others - one too many mushroom numbers put me off for a long time. But this is a crowd-pleaser, and one that I find goes down with kids. Serves 4 1 medium butternut or other squash,...

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Chard + ricotta pasta for Dylan

My little boy, Dylan, is obsessed with pasta, and this is one of his all-time favourites. SERVES 2 150g chard olive oil 1 clove of garlic, finely chopped 1 unwaxed lemon 200g spaghetti 100g ricotta whole...

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What to feed a vegetarian at a barbecue

Cooking over coals is so suited to vegetables, and almost any can be used. Undistracted by meat fat, I find the subtlety of veg allows the smoky hum of the coals to come even more alive. Favourites this year have...

Posted: 13.08.19 2 Comments

Cherry + Almond Breakfast Smoothie

For the few weeks cherries are at their best I eat them all day long. Straight from the paper bag on the way home from the shops, baked into cakes and brownies, to top pancakes or laid over a bowl of ice for a quick...

Posted: 06.08.19 0 Comments

Cherry on Top

Cherries are hands down my favourite fruit. In winter I buy them frozen, quickly warming them with vanilla to top porridge, or baking them into a sweet clafoutis to brighten up Sunday suppers. During these...

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Corn Off the Cob: Best Sweetcorn Recipes

There is something about corn and warm days that sits just right. Every single summer holiday I have been on has memories of corn: maybe I seek it out. Crunched straight off the cob, bathed in lime and butter, eaten...

Posted: 22.07.19 1 Comments

Feeding Little Ones Part I: Breakfast + Snacks

Before I became a mum, I was probably quite sanctimonious about feeding kids. I envisaged my own children sipping green smoothies every morning and thought that if you exposed kids to a food often enough, they would eat...

Posted: 09.07.19 4 Comments