I love my NutriBullet, and wouldn’t be without it but I cringe when I see pictures of NutriBullet cups loaded with fruit and some token spinach leaves. That’s not the way to wellbeing. To get the ups without the downs of the smoothie revolution it helps to understand a bit more.
I cooked this recipe twice in January, both times for large groups of people. The recipe doubles very successfully. We’re eating the last of it from the freezer tonight! The second time I added a bit more chilli – but it’s very much a matter of taste. Continue reading
I’ve cooked this warm salad several times now and it gets rave reviews, it makes a great starter or a light lunch. Even if you think you don’t like liver, chicken livers are mild tasting and full of good fats for brain and liver function. Continue reading
On Thursday night we had a quick and easy kitchen supper which was too good to keep to ourselves. Continue reading
My lovely husband needed a little bit of cheering up last night and this perfectly hit the spot. Continue reading
I tried this for the first time last night and started a whole new love affair with kale: I used curly (Riverford organic kale is quite honestly the best I’ve ever tasted) but you can use any kale you like. The great revelation for me was the crispy topping created by the alchemy of kale and cheese – absolutely delicious. Continue reading
The perfect supper if you fancy a curry but can’t be bothered to cook it! Continue reading