Category Archive: Dinner

Jewelled butternut squash with spiced lentils and feta

This is probably one of my favourite meals of all time. And that really says a lot, as someone who spends 90% of her time thinking about food (and the other 10% eating… Continue reading

Rosemary roasted rainbow carrots

I recently visited Borough Market in London (heaven), and came home with a bag bursting full of some pretty weird and wonderful farmers market veg. I made a point of buying produce that… Continue reading

Super green alkalizing soup

I’m fairly confident that this is probably the most green you could ever fit into a bowl. Made with kale, spinach, broccoli and asparagus this soup is BURSTING with¬†green goodness.¬†Kale and spinach are… Continue reading

Lemony courgette spaghetti with tomato sauce

This meal combines all that is best about Italian food: a rich tomato sauce, fresh vegetables and fragrant herbs, and leaves aside all the heavy white carbohydrates, molten cheese and creamy sauces that… Continue reading

Mango and avocado salad with lime tahini dressing

This salad is such a riotous mixture of colours and sweet, tropical flavours. It’s fantastic mood food, I love it! The silky mango and smooth, buttery avocado are balanced out by crispy leaves,… Continue reading

Red grape & Butternut squash tart – Gluten & Dairy free

When I say I love food, I don’t mean it in the normal way. I mean I really love food. I spend all my free time cooking and all my non-free time thinking… Continue reading

Cabbage enchiladas and my best bean chilli

I love mexican food. I love the colour, I love the noise, I love the sweet, smoky taste and I love the versatility of it. For me, the best kinds of meals are… Continue reading

Curried parsnip, sweet potato and spinach soup

I quite often make up big batches of roast veggies, houmous and cooked pulses at the weekend so that I have a store of go to healthy meal components ready for the week… Continue reading

Kale, white bean and sweet potato cakes with pea puree.

Kale, white bean and garlic is a great combination which I have been loving in soups and stews. However sometimes you come home tired, cold and hungry and you just need something a… Continue reading

Vegetarian sausage hotpot.

Now I’m sure I don’t need to tell you all this, in fact it’s probably a date you’ve all had earmarked in your diaries for months, you may even have had a countdown… Continue reading