Pea Courgette and Fennel Salad

I know it’s still March, I know this is more of a Summer dish so those who cook only with seasonal produce should look away now. I have been cooking with courgettes a lot lately. Given the strange times we are currently living in I find it easy to turn to familiar comfort food. However […]

Nduja Mascarpone and Lemon Pasta

I’m always on the lookout for new pasta recipes. Recently someone on Instagram posted a photo from Padella of a pasta dish with nduja (apologies, I can’t remember who posted it). Well, I became obsessed and started researching recipes. I love nduja and the idea of pairing it with rich mascarpone with sharp lemon cutting […]

Potato Hash

Now that it’s the 63rd of January (seriously, can you believe it’s still January?!), it’s time for me to get organised and start posting recipes again. Given that it’s the middle of Winter and particularly cold I’m still filling up on comforting carbs, as you can probably tell I’m not one for Dry January, resolutions […]

Roast Root Vegetable Salad with Goats’ Cheese

I’m always looking for ways to eat more veg and to try to be healthier, I’m not always successful. Recently at work I had lunch from Basil deli, which is fab by the way, and one of the salads was a beautiful roast veg salad. I’m not entirely sure of all the ingredients that were […]

Greek Style Wraps

The last time we were in London we paid another visit to Pop in Brixton for some street food. I usually go for some Masala Fries but this time I went for Ramen. When I went back to meet himself he had picked up a chicken and halloumi souvlaki wrap from Souvlaki Street. Now, Greek […]

Potato and Leek Gratin

Potato gratin is an excellent side dish to make ahead if you are cooking for a crowd. I used a recipe of Neven Maguires for years and then started playing around with my own. When I saw a version in Melissa Clark’s Dinner which included leeks I thought it was genius. Potatoes and leeks are […]

Meat Free Meals

I don’t normally post on a Monday but I’ve done a little redesign on the site and part of this was introducing a “Meat Free” section. So what better day than Meat Free Monday to post?!

Aubergine Chickpea and Tomato Curry

People think food bloggers are constantly whipping up exotic meals in 10 minutes for dinner. Not true. Well, not in my case anyway. I’m fairly predictable, particularly midweek when I usually make some sort of a pasta dinner, a chicken salad, something with steak and a curry.