Three of the most wasted foods (and how to make the most of them)

Along with eating mostly plants, reducing the amount of food we waste is one of the most impactful things we can do to reduce our food footprint, and will also save us money. At home, we try to run a tight ship but even...

Posted: 21.04.21 0 Comments

Portable park dinners

It’s eating outside time. I suppose you could say al fresco, but I never do for the same reason I never call snacks canapés. Whatever you call it, whether it is a sandwich in the sun or dinner with 6 of the best....

Posted: 15.04.21 1 Comments

New potato tortilla with halloumi and tomato kasundi

I ate something like this at a café near where I live, then went back twice in the following weeks for the same thing, until I realised I should probably just work out how to make it myself. It was spring, so I used...

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Favourite Birthday Cakes

To me, birthdays are a reminder that a really good piece of cake is something to eat, enjoy and treasure. Here are a handful of my favourites: Almond cake with white chocolate tahini ganache (Carrot + Crumb) I rarely...

Posted: 07.04.21 2 Comments

Favourite Easter Chocolate Recipes

Chocolate is an especially important ingredient in my house - whether it's a few dark squares as an afternoon pick me up, or a bar of white chocolate for a tray of killer blondies. I always check to make the...

Posted: 30.03.21 0 Comments

One-pot orzo with beetroot, thyme & orange

This orzo cooks all in one pan to a satisfying deep purple with the spoonable feeling of a risotto. You can use any colour of beetroot you like here; I love the deep magenta of the red ones but yellow and pink work well...

Posted: 25.03.21 4 Comments

Baked dhal with tamarind-glazed sweet potato

In every book I write there is a recipe that I love a little more than the rest. I don't feel good about it. Kind of like having a favourite child, no one wants to admit it. And this is it. Turmeric, cardamom and...

Posted: 10.03.21 7 Comments

My new book One is out + Sticky sesame-baked cauliflower

One is finally out. I am feeling all the love today as my 4th book lands on doorsteps. Making a book is the work of many talents and while my name is on the cover its thanks to the love and skills of many talented...

Posted: 04.03.21 5 Comments

Four ultimate veggie sandwiches

At home, sandwiches play a big part in how we eat. Most often I make a kind of reuben sandwich, a quick maple-marinated tofu or tempeh, fried until crisp, a little thinly cut cheddar, dill pickles and chilli-spiked...

Posted: 03.02.21 1 Comments

Storecupboard favourites for lockdown

We’ve been sitting together as a family for three meals a day, which is two more than usual. Without the possibility of nipping down to the shop for a missing ingredient, we are all making do – adapting and engaging...

Posted: 27.01.21 3 Comments