Cheese & Chickpeas

Spicy Roast Cauliflower And Aubergine Quinoa

Quinoa has been a very fashionable grain for a few years now but it’s taken me a while to really embrace it. It’s a great ingredient to include in a

Using Overripe Bananas: Banana And Walnut Loaf

I’m really fussy about the ripeness of my bananas. I don’t like them underripe when they stick to your teeth a bit and I don’t like them as soon as

Asian Noodle Salad

This Asian noodle salad is very easy to make but has everything that I love about South-East Asian food: The salad is fresh and crunchy and the dressing has that

A Mediterranean Medley (In Wales)

If you’ve read my blog from the beginning you’ll know that I love a self-catering holiday in the UK. It’s not that I don’t enjoy travelling and seeing the world

Vegan Supper Club At The Broadfield Sheffield

When we booked the Vegan Supper Club at The Broadfield in Sheffield it seemed ages off but it finally arrived. We’d originally tried to book for the Tuesday evening but

Lucy’s Vegetarian Paella

I don’t usually name my recipes after me but calling this “Lucy’s” vegetarian paella is my acknowledgement that this is in no way an authentic recipe and is my interpretation

Tomato And Halloumi Salad

I haven’t blogged as frequently over the past couple of weeks because I’ve been launching a new business with a friend of mine (it’s an online shop, Davies & Maker, selling

Feta And Roasted Butternut Squash Pasta

I don’t know where this roasted butternut squash pasta recipe originated from. I was fairly sure it was an early Jamie Oliver one but I can’t find it in any

A Simple Salad Dressing

Despite the fact that I cook a lot and mostly it turns out okay, I have always struggled with salad dressings.  I don’t know why I’m so challenged by mixing

Green Jungle Curry

I call this jungle curry because that was the name of the recipe I adapted it from in the fantastic “World Food Cafe” cookbook by Chris & Carolyn Caldicott. However,