Recipes

Homegrown Produce
Fruit, Recipes, Vegetables

Homegrown Produce

Sometimes you find gorgeous things in places you least expect: like this tomato plant, which was hiding amounts all the flat-packery at Ikea. A mere ¬£5, and this beauty has produced the sweetest, reddest little tomatoes for us. Amazing to just harvest a few, cut them in half, toss them […]

Discovering Kombucha
Drinks, Fruit, Recipes

Discovering Kombucha

Kombucha. You’d be forgiven if you thought it was a type of Japanese theatre. It is in fact, a refreshing a delicious fermented tea drink, and now that it’s on my radar, I can confirm it will be staying. After sampling Equinox Kombucha at the industry show Imbibe, a few […]

Power Balls
Desserts, Recipes

Power Balls

With the term superfoods being bandied about somewhat these days, how do you harness their power without resorting to silly fads,¬†spending unnecessarily, or being stuck with a cupboard full of ingredients that taste terrible? Power Balls, that’s how. These bite sized pieces are utterly delicious, as in actually delicious, as […]

Indian Style Creamed Spinach
Recipes, Vegetables

Indian Style Creamed Spinach

With the Easter weekend just over, we chose to celebrate with an Indian Feast for lunch on Sunday. Indian food is vibrant and makes for a nice change to a more traditional roast. It’s also perfect sharing food. Four of the dishes I had made before and can be found […]

Cool Cross Buns
Drinks, Recipes

Cool Cross Buns

With Easter next weekend, why not get into the spirit by getting into the spirits? If you’re throwing a luncheon or dinner, treat your guests to a bespoke Easter-themed cocktail. This cocktail uses the lovely Baxter’s Buns tea mix from T2. Hurrah for T2 coming to the UK. Reminiscent of […]

Herbed Roast Crown of Chicken
Meat, Recipes

Herbed Roast Crown of Chicken

Stop. The. Press. This was the juiciest, most delicious chicken I have ever cooked. If you’re not a fan of uber moist, soft poultry, step away from the screen and don’t come back. Just look at her, with her herby bits and her flecks of browned butter. Drool. And, she […]