Throughout my life I’ve had a dysfunctional relationship with food, it’s only now that I’ve finally made peace with the food on my plate.Read More →
I consider this a special occasion dish in that it’s a little more time consuming than most of the food we eat. Having said that, it’s one of the most lovely autumnal feel-good family meals we have cooked.Read More →
This time of year is great for free food, and it’s great for getting the kids out and into nature. Blackberries are the ultimate free food – plentiful, delicious and versatile.Read More →
Summer. Cherries. Weekends. Three words that add up to one of the easiest summer puddings you can make. Paired with home made vanilla ice cream, this is what summer weekends are all about.
Weekends are an opportunity to spend a little longer making family meals. Our little one likes to ‘help’, although his version of help is basically ‘stealing cheese’.
All kids are picky. Our 3 year old’s first reaction to everything is ‘I don’t like that’ even before he tries it. Our strategy is to involve him in preparing our meals.Read More →
Really this is three recipes in one, as the black bean charros is a meal by itself (when paired with rice or quinoa) or can be used to make awesome veggie nachos. The guacamole is simple but delicious and can also be used to enhance pretty much any Mexican dish and the salsa… well maybe this is the least recipe-ish thing on the list, since you can mess with the quantities and ingredients as much as you like.Read More →