This dessert is so named not because of any refined sugars or heavy creams, but after the pomegranate seeds which were the downfall of Persephone. Who could resist such delicious … Read More
This isn’t really a recipe but more of an idea. It’s very refreshing and also is a useful standby for stress free entertaining over the festive season. Most people can … Read More
If you don’t want to spend a small fortune on ready-made raw vegan ice cream, you can easily make your own.
I use soaked cashew nut pieces for this recipe … Read More
I have a long held nostalgia for chocolate sauce. This is a speedy standby and a glorious treat over chopped bananas scattered with nuts, slathered over juicy ripe pears, poured … Read More
As the weather cools, I find it supremely comforting to turn to a jar of stem ginger. There is something reassuring about its warmth. Although commercial varieties you buy in … Read More
Most Halloween recipes appear to be aimed at children, so I thought there could be room for a devilishly dark tart chocolate tart so that the adults don’t feel too … Read More
This week I’ve been running my first ever Entice, level one of my raw patisserie chef training programme. I feel blessed to be welcoming people from as far away as … Read More
I have made many a raw tart and started with developing a classic raw strawberry cream tart a good few years ago now.
I love the lusciousness of this raw … Read More
On a Sunday during the late afternoon when everything is quiet and we are settling down for the week ahead, I can often be found in the kitchen rustling up … Read More
Simple and delicious, this lime mousse with strawberries is quick and easy to make and even easier to eat. It’s refreshing and comforting at the same time – and it’s … Read More
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