English Onion and Cider Soup

7th November 2016By Leave a Comment

Classic French onion soup gets a makeover and taken to the UK with this super warming and moorish hug in a mug. Sweet caramelised onions, english cider and lashings of cheddar cheese and topped with the easiest cheesy croutons makes for a hearty, filling and insanely delicious lunch or light supper.

SWEET POTATO GNOCCHI WITH FETA AND KALE PISTACHIO PESTO

6th December 2015By 1 Comment

This Winter Warmer recipe is part of my series for The Good Food Channel, something new and very exciting; you can reach my hub page HERE This recipe is one of my favourites and once you know how, it’s really easy to whip up. You can read my recipe below of watch the video with my good friend Anna Shaffer HERE.

Lemon, chilli and garlic Prawns

3rd September 2015By Leave a Comment

I’m a lover of prawns in a fritto misto, but even though traditionally not served in a batter in favour of a dusting of flour I still don’t feel particularly confident that deep frying the critters is doing me a lot of good. So … on the theme this is how I like to eat mine. A little different from its Italian…

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Orzo alle vongole

4th July 2015By Leave a Comment

Nothing, absolutely nothing screams summer to me more than spaghetti alle vongole. During my holidays to Italy I would get through at least a plate a day and even outside of Italy, whenever I get given the opportunity, I will always order fresh clams in a buttery, white wine and garlic sauce. I’ve come up with something a little different,…

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Raw Pad Thai with Tofu

11th June 2015By Leave a Comment

If you’re craving the taste of Thai food but not too keen on the post pig out bloat then you must give this a try. Whilst getting a bit overactive with my spiralizer I came up with this salad and it was actually, surprisingly filling. Full to the brim with beta-carotene which aids boosting the metabolism and anti-aging, it’s also…

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Prosecco and Leek Mussels

10th June 2015By Leave a Comment

I have a bit of a major thing for mussels. I remember going to a particular restaurant with my mum when I was little and we’d gorge ourselves on mussles, lapping up all the creamy white wine sauce with lashings of French bread. I’m still prone to a Moules marinière but at home I like to cook a lighter take…

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