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Tuna and Spring Onion Fishcakes.

I am so behind the times.

Literally, I should be in my 80s or something (she writes whilst wearing a pink fluffy dressing gown). I have ONLY JUST discovered how many amazing apps there are for my iPhone! 202 more words


Tomato, Parmesan & Herb Focaccia

I love making homemade focaccia. What’s not to like about delicious olive oil bread, crispy on the base, soft and airy in the middle and topped with sweet, aromatic herby tomatoes and parmesan. 729 more words


Banana + Walnut Bread with Cacao Nibs

I absolutely love bread as it is so versatile and can be toasted, made into a sandwich or nibbled on as a snack. The problem with many shop bought loaves is they are filled with artificial ingredients to extend their shelf life, as well as sugars and salts which mask the wholesome ingredients which should instead be used to make a nutritious loaf. 230 more words


Roasted Bone Marrow with Salsa Verde.

Bone marrow is widely underrated as a food stuff in the UK, but it is considered a delicacy in many countries. You can buy bone marrow from Waitrose for £1.50 for two, so you can feed two people for 75p! 191 more words


Avocado Spaghetti.

It’s one of those days where I’m just feeling a bit blah. I’m achey from my bootcamp (which of course is a good thing but right now it’s preventing me doing anything!), I was woken up prematurely by my brother’s alarm and I have loads of heavy reading to do for my dissertation (which I’ve not started on yet…). 146 more words

Main Meals

There are so many fabulous hummus-like dips around and yet we seem to be stuck in a rut- don’t get me wrong, I love chickpea puréeé but why not give some of the other legumes a go too. 702 more words

Grown Up Fish Fingers and Mushy Peas.

When my brother was younger, he used to adore fish fingers. As in, he would want to eat them everyday (thankfully mum fed him something else). 387 more words