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Deliciously Ella – Review + Giveaway

Deliciously Ella – Review + Giveaway

Something amazing is happening to Ella Woodward, creator of the healthy eating food blog Deliciously Ella. Her momentum is unbelievable. Not only has she amassed a huge following (with over two million visitors on her blog every month), she is also publishing her first cook book and as of last week is The Telegraph’s new […]

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Keep It Vegan - Review + Giveaway

Keep It Vegan – Review + Giveaway

Just before Christmas I was sent a copy of Keep it Vegan by Áine Carlin, food and fashion blogger at PeaSoup. The arrival of Keep it Vegan could not have been more timely as I was preparing for Veganuary. As I started browsing the book, I was  struck straight away by the diversity and  simplicity of most of the dishes. […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2014 Vegetarian and Vegan Cookbooks

Holiday Gift Guide: Vegetarian & Vegan Cookbooks

Want to inspire someone to eat less meat? Or are you looking for a gift for a seasoned vegetarian or vegan? Here is a pick some of my favourite vegetarian and vegan cookbooks published this year. Let me know in the Comments box below if I have missed your favourite.

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Green Kitchen Travels

Green Kitchen Travels – Review, Recipes + Giveaway

I could not have picked a more exciting cookbook than Green Kitchen Travels to be hosting my first Book Blog Tour.  It is a book I was instantly drawn to, as it appeals to two of my passions: meat free cooking & travel! Green Kitchen Travels is the second cookbook by David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl (the […]

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Tom Hunt - The Natural Cook

Tom Hunt – The Natural Cook

  Tom Hunt is a cook with a difference. He not only champions wild, local and seasonal food and but also embraces unwanted & unappreciated ingredients.  I met Tom at the Brunel Museum when I attended his Christmas Forgotten Feast, a campaign Tom created working on projects throughout the UK, to revive our cooking heritage and help reduce food waste. In the unique setting […]

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The French Market Cookbook

Book Review : The French Market Cookbook

  I was instantly drawn by the simple and beautiful cover of  “The French Market Cookbook” from Clotilde Dusoulier. I have to admit I was also intrigued by the idea of a French vegetarian cookbook. Quite an oxymoron considering how meat and fish are so engrained in traditional French cuisine. Clotilde Dusoulier is an omnivore who […]

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the ethicurean

The Ethicurean – In Pursuit of Fine Tasting British Food

From its kitchen garden restaurant near Bristol The Ethicurean serves a menu based on seasonal, ethical, locally grown produce. Championing sustainable food, The Ethicurean has won multiple awards including (to name a few) Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand 2013, Observer Best Ethical Restaurant 2011 & Runner Up 2012 and Compassion In World Farming Good Egg Award 2012. Talking about sustainable […]

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The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions

Cookbook Review : The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions

I have been experimenting  with vegan cooking which I first I found a bit daunting. After a few kitchen disasters, I discovered “The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions”, a fun and informative book for vegans, aspiring vegans or anyone trying to cut down on animal products. “The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions” is […]

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plenty Ottolenghi

Cookbook Review: Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi

Warning this review is biased! Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my favourite cookbook, if not my favourite. This picture above  is not one of my own book. Mine is stained, worn out,  full of post-it notes. A sign it has been used over and over. I fell in love with this book as […]

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