The Holiday Season is upon us. Here is my Christmas Gift Guide which includes some items I have tried and tested during the year as well as other quality gifts (some of them I hope to find in my Christmas stocking 🙂 ) Some of the links below link to our eco online shop. Others […]
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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 […]
“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, […]
New potatoes are one of the first crop of Spring. Young and tender, they have a smooth and creamy taste. They are not in season for very long (April – July), so don’t delay feasting on them! In the UK, we are very lucky as we can also enjoy the unique flavour of Jersey Royal New Potatoes. New potatoes are particularly well […]
We often buy too much or simply forget what’s in the refrigerator and end wasting food, a lot of food. Overall up to 50% of the food produced ends up in the bin. Even though we are improving, UK households are still wasting around 21% of perfectly good food. By becoming savvier with using left overs, families could save on average £60 […]
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.
A vegetarian barbecue is a lot of fun. and with many meat-free options available there is no need for vegetarians, vegans and flexitarians to feel left behind. If the prospect of a big cookout feels a bit daunting just follow these simple rules: Keep it simple: instead of mixing too many cuisines, stick to 1 […]
June is of course the season of British strawberries and sadly the last we see of British asparagus. Our bursting salad garden has been relocated on the roof top of the kitchen extension away from snails and slugs. I have also added to our herb garden some delicious new varieties including Moroccan Mint, Black Mint, Lemon […]
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