Part of my curiosity about developing plant-based cuisine is how we can make use of the entire vegetable or fruit. Each part of the plant has its own distinct … Read More
This dressing is unfathomably good over crisp vegetables or soft seaweed noodles and also over a simple salad of broccoli and kale. Add a handful of chopped cashews or almonds … Read More
This is a vague recollection of an Eastern Mediterranean dressing that is delicious over a salad of fresh baby leaves with coriander (cilantro) and parsley…za’atar crackers and perhaps a falafel … Read More
Strawberries are definitely one of the signature foods of summer, but it doesn’t always have to be strawberries and cream. This is one of those simple dressings that is really … Read More
I am hopeful that summer is on its way so I am sharing my recipe for chilled cucumber and yoghurt soup.
I’m not normally too much of a chilled soup … Read More
Yesterday was the first day of the tennis at Wimbledon. Whilst the weather held out, it is set to bucket it down for the rest of the week and … Read More
Surely there is something very uplifting about a bowl of noodles.
I have no idea if this recipe has any resemblance to noodles from Singapore, as the closest I have … Read More
This is such a simple recipe yet it’s really effective. It’s full of flavour yet won’t over dominate the majority of foods that it is added to. It will brighten … Read More
I’ve often thought of the aubergine as the white elephant of the raw food world. Purple, plump and glossy, it holds so much promise but there is very little that … Read More
The kitchen has many functions from preparing food to being a meeting place for family and friends. It’s easy for things to get out of control, especially when we are … Read More
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