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Soup is a certain ally of Autumn. As those nights draw in and the temperature drops, we need that soothing bowl of warming soup to ease us into the colder days ahead. We need comfort from our food.
Did you all have a nice Christmas and New Year celebrations? Mine was quiet and simple, at home with Rob and the animals. I had major surgery 2 weeks before Christmas and so my usual crazy antics of baking and … Continue reading
When the lovely people at Holy Cow! sent me a selection of their vegan curry sauces, I really wanted to think outside of the box and make something with them, other than an, albeit delicious, curry.
I’ve always loved sausage casserole. I have fond memories as a child of eating huge servings of casserole made with Linda McCartney sausages and a packet of sauce mix with a giant helping of fluffy mashed potatoes, so much that … Continue reading
This version of paella is so far from the holiday horror stories of dirty, old seafood and upset tummies, instead its fluffy rice laced with all kinds of wonderful Mediterranean flavours and bulked with winter veg and hearty vegan sausages.
Comfort food is very defining of my cooking and eating habits and it can be both a source of great joy as well as a curse to the waistline if not managed properly, something I have been working on for … Continue reading
Now we all need some comfort in the form of food every now and then (or more now than then). One thing I have learnt, as an avid comfort eater, is that comfort food doesn’t automatically have to equate to … Continue reading
Its that time of year when comforting, warming puddings are just necessary. Here’s a recipe for a twist on a classic sticky toffee pudding. The bananas really enhance the deep, toffee flavour and give a light, tropical freshness. Soaked in … Continue reading
There’s not much more tantalizing than a crisp pastry pie filled with a rich, creamy filling. This recipe is no exception. What’s more, this is a light pie, light enough to eat in the garden on a hot summers day with … Continue reading