Thanks to the unpredictable contents of my Riverford box, I’m always looking for new ways to combine vegetable in a healthy and delicious way. This was yesterday’s experiment which really tickled my tastebuds in a way that made it an instant share.
I must confess, I find ‘during the day’ food a bit of a pain. I really love my evening cooking ritual but I’m too often tempted to cut myself a quick chunk of cheese at midday and carry on working. To cure myself of my bad habits I’ve been trying different brunch bowls. This one works well – and it was especially easy because I made my favourite rainbow room salad last night and simply processed a few extra carrots for later. Continue reading
We’ve just returned from a few hot and heady days in Rome enjoying some delicious food –and arrived home in time for an English heat wave. Continue reading
As easy as it gets, this salad is healthy and satisfying. It makes a satisfying lunch all on its own, or a great accompaniment to lamb chops of cold chicken. You can beef it up with some feta cheese, if that isn’t a contradiction in terms. Choosing your oils is an art form in itself for changing the flavour every time! Continue reading
When you’re trying to lose weight – or even trying to maintain your figure – lunch can be the most difficult meal to get right. For those of you lucky enough to work from home, here’s a list of lunches that are easy to shop for and produce in just a few minutes. Delicious too. Continue reading
This soup is a feed all and cure all. Posh enough for supper with friends, just right for a homely, hearty meal when it’s cold outside, and perfect when you come home from holiday and need to top up on your vegetable intake. I often make it on a Wednesday night to use up all my vegetables before my fresh Riverford box arrives the next day. You can really use any vegetables you’ve got hanging around. Swap the pancetta for chorizo, or leave it out altogether if you want a vegetarian version. Continue reading
This, for me, is the most delicious and moreish salad I have ever tasted. Slightly fiddly the first time you make it, it soon becomes second nature and easy to whip up in a flash. You won’t regret trying this recipe, I guarantee! Continue reading