I’ve fallen in love with soup all over again while I’ve been recovering from surgery. It’s such a good way to deliver nutrients into your system when your digestion is compromised by trauma and antibiotics. Friends have provided delicious new recipes and I’ve rediscovered some old ones – like this blue cheese and celery soup that I haven’t made for years. Continue reading
Coconut based soups are one of the best bits of low carb dieting. This one is delicious.
600ml Chicken Stock
800g Butternut squash, seeded and peeled
4 tbsp Olive oil
3 Dried kashmiri chillies Continue reading
On a cold and rainy June day like today you need something to insulate you from the inside out. This should fit the bill.
Let’s assume you’re cooking for 2. You can multiply as you need to.
Take a head of broccoli and half a cauliflower. 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
I forget where this recipe came from, though I seem to think it was part of Abel & Cole veg box recipe book. Anyway, it’s delicious. Continue reading