One of our late Summer treats is to go pick our own corn. My kids love running through the fields, harvesting as many cobs as they can. Invariably, we, of course, end up with way too many so I am always on the lookout for new recipes. I guess us French people are not generally very […]
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Courgettes are a very versatile vegetable, yet until a few years ago I would only eat them cooked. Little did I know that a raw courgette salad was to become one of my staple Summer lunches. There is currently a glut of courgettes in the allotment next door, so much so that one of the […]
Where do you live? Bristol Current Diet? Usually Flexitarian, currently having a go at Veganuary. What was your motivation to start eating less meat? Sustainability. I have always been a bit of an environmentalist, conscious about the planet. At uni, I studied Environmental Science, an interdisciplinary course that discussed the effects of almost everything on […]
“New traditions need to start somewhere . . ” this is how Yotam Ottolenghi introduced his vegetarian Christmas recipes a couple of weeks ago on twitter. New traditions… I like this especially as I see this is something we could be embracing as a family. Most people will not think about eating turkey the rest of the year, […]
Whether you are looking to buy a gift for a seasoned vegetarian or someone dabbling into the meat free world, the cookbooks below are sure to inspire some easy yet fantastic cooking. Two of my favourite meat free books. “A Modern Way to Eat” and “A Modern Way to Cook” by Anna Jones both bring a fantastic collection of easy meat […]
Following the success of her first cookbook “A Modern Way to Eat”, Anna Jones has just published “A Modern Way to Cook”. I was eager to read it, as I like Anna’s fresh and modern take on vegetarian cooking. I was not disappointed. “A Modern Way to Cook” is a fantastic collection of over 150 meat free recipes […]
People sometimes cringe at the idea of their favourite meat dish made vegetarian or vegan. Yet meat free recipes often make delicious alternatives. Ingredients such as mushrooms and aubergines have a “meaty” structure while lentils, tofu and chickpeas contribute healthy proteins. So can a meat free dish be as good as its classic meaty version? My answer […]
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.
Utterly indulgent, these pan-fried gnocchi with creamy spinach and mushrooms...
Swap a traditional English breakfast for this delicious tofu breakfast...
Served with a punchy dipping sauce, these cabbage & carrot...
Quick and easy to make, these roasted cauliflower tacos are...