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
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
You can use any kind of noodles for this dish, and really any vegetables, I’ve just included what I normally or prefer to use. If you don’t like something feel free to swap it out for an alternative. The chopping of the vegetables takes longer than the cooking in this recipe. If you are quick … Continue reading Easy Noodles
If you are anything like me you buy chestnuts every year, and then come January realise you still have half a bag (or all of them sometimes) and have no idea what to do with them. This recipe is perfect for using them up, I always have some dried porcini mushrooms lurking in my cupboard, … Continue reading Porcini and Chestnut Soup
For me, nothing epitomises summer more than a simple salad of mixed tomatoes. Great with grilled meat or fish, and even better the next day for lunch with crusty bread to mop up the juices
This was the first year for the Thrive team in Digbeth, and they put on a great show in Birmingham. I'm looking foward to next year. Eat, Move, Thrive.
Should we add additional salt to our meals?