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Tomato galettes

24th May 2017

These delicious galettes take 10 minutes to get into the oven and then only 20 minutes to bake. Not only are they quick to make, but also delicious to eat. You will need: 1 pack of puff pastry 50g ricotta cheese 150g soft goat cheese 1 egg Salt and pepper to taste 4 tomatoes, cut […]


10 things you never knew about asparagus

18th May 2017

To celebrate the asparagus season, we have teamed up with British Asparagus to let you know a few interesting things things about this vegetable. We also have lots of delicious recipes for you to enjoy.


Savoury Crumble

17th May 2017

The is the twist on our classic Sweet Autumnal Crumble, but equally nourishing and delicious. Veggie Crumble dash of olive oil 1 small onion, chopped finely 1 tablespoon of chopped garlic 300g parboiled vegetables (beetroot and carrots) a handful of halved tomatoes 200ml vegetable stock 1 tablespoon of chopped parsley 80g oats 70g ground nuts […]


Rawmazing rose treats

16th May 2017

Next time you are experiencing the energy slump around 11am or 3pm, reach for these instead of a biscuit. Sugary biscuit will only cause you to crash soon after consuming it. These balls will last in the fridge for up to 3 weeks and will happily sit on your desk for a few hours until you […]


Hummus

13th May 2017

Hummus originates in the Middle East, with the first written mention dating back to the 13th century in Cairo. This spread or dip is now popular around the world. The name comes from the Arabic word for chickpeas (full name actually being ‘chickpeas with tahini’). Chickpeas is full of fibre, vitamins B and is a […]


All we knead is real bread

10th May 2017

The history of cooking underpins the entire story of our species, and this week we’re celebrating one of the oldest cooked foods of all; bread. Dating back over 30,000 years, bread remains one of the most popular and staple foods in culinary traditions across the globe.   Our preconceptions about certain foods often run contrary […]


Pa Thong Ko

10th May 2017

This is a Thai version of a doughnut and is a very popular street food. Makes 20-25 doughnuts You will need: 360g plain flour 1 teaspoon of sugar 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1/4 teaspoon of bicarb Pinch of salt 240ml water Add the sugar, baking powder, bicarb and salt to the water and stir […]


Doughnuts

9th May 2017

What comes to your mind when you hear: “doughnut” (other than – yum!)? The American style ring shaped sweet with chocolate, sprinkles, caramel or simply glazed with sugar, custard or jam filled bun or another one of the numerous varieties from around the world? Whichever image is conjured up, for most of us they are […]


Fish and tofu Bhan Mi

4th May 2017

Serves 2 For the fish patty: 4 sea bass fillets, skinned 3 garlic cloves 1 teaspoon of fish sauce 1 teaspoon of coconut sugar 1/2 teaspoon of pink peppercorn 1 tablespoon of Furikake (mixture of sesame seeds and seaweed flakes) 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon (or more) dried chilli flakes Zest of 1 lime 5 spring […]


Smoked Mackerel Salad

3rd May 2017

To achieve our recommended intake of Omega 3 oil, we should be eating 3-4 servings of oily fish each week. This may seem a lot to some of us red meat eaters in Britain, but fish is easier to incorporate into our diet than you might think. For example, try adding small slices of smoked […]