Frittata

Fritatta

What is the difference between frittata and a Spanish Omlette? For me the only difference is that a frittata is new potatoes and a Spanish Omlette is skinless ‘old’ potatoes. I’m not sure if that is accurate, but that’s how we differentiate in our house. There are times of the year when the ingredients compliment … Continue reading Frittata

Pea and Baby Aubergine Curry

Pea and Aubergine Curry

On a whim I bought some baby aubergines from the asian supermarket, they sat in the fridge for a few days until I had some peas in my weekly veg box and I thought I would pay homage to the Asian store and created this curry. It’s lovely and light and perfect for the summer, … Continue reading Pea and Baby Aubergine Curry

Cauliflower with Capers and Vinegar

Cauliflower with capers

Cauliflowers available in the UK all year round and I love finding different ways to cook them.  The humble cauliflower is often overlooked and I think the reason most people are a bit uninspired by them are because they’ve only ever eaten them overboiled and a bit smelly, or covered in cheese sauce to hide … Continue reading Cauliflower with Capers and Vinegar

Granola Bars

These are a very sticky and soft rather than a crunchy Granola Bar, they are vegan and filled with lots of super ingredients like goji berries and chia seeds.  I will put a few in the fridge, however I wrap most of mine individually and store in the freezer, just taking out one when I … Continue reading Granola Bars

Tabbouleh

This is such a versatile dish, made really simply with bulgur wheat and herbs it requires no cooking at all, just boiling water from the kettle.  It’s really important to get lots and lots of herbs, there should be equal quantities, at least, of wheat and herbs, it’s brilliant served with barbecued meat or fish, … Continue reading Tabbouleh

Asian Style Barbecue Pulled Pork

Asian pulled pork

This is another great summer recipe for your slow cooker, and it tastes even better if you finish it off on the barbecue. Pork belly is a really cheap cut, and it responds well to slow cooking.  It is a very fatty joint, but by cooking it for a long time you render off a … Continue reading Asian Style Barbecue Pulled Pork