Lemon, Basil and Courgette Tagliatelle

This recipe is really quick and easy, perfect for a midweek dinner. I love the courgette and lemon combination, although you may have trouble getting the courgettes needed for this recipe due to the Spanish vegetable crisis! This is also a really easy recipe to make for one, a whole courgette seems like a lot … Continue reading Lemon, Basil and Courgette Tagliatelle

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Brunch Beans

A perfect accompaniment to a lazy Sunday brunch or just on their own with toast and chopped parsley, these beans are versatile and delicious. I love adding Worcestershire Sauce to dishes like this, it adds a lovely savoury taste to the beans. The dried herbs and paprika are staples in much of my cooking and … Continue reading Brunch Beans

How to be a Good Student Cook

Whether you’re starting university in September or returning after a year of nuggets and Subway, this is your ultimate guide to being a good student cook. I feel like I need to include a disclaimer here, I am not saying that this is the dirt-cheapest way to feed yourself whilst away from the comforts of … Continue reading How to be a Good Student Cook

Thai Butternut Squash Skewers with Coconut Sauce and Rice

It's been ages since I've eaten or cooked thai food so instead of a typical green or red curry I decided to make these squash kebabs. I added a little bit of peanut butter on the squash as it roasted and a squeeze of lime to add some flavour and tie it in to the … Continue reading Thai Butternut Squash Skewers with Coconut Sauce and Rice

Superfood Burger and Fries

It's been quite some time since I've written a post due to exam craziness so I thought I'd make something to reward myself and ease myself back into cooking. It's really easy to get into a funk when you're doing exams, eating rubbish, getting out of practice with cooking and eating out way too much … Continue reading Superfood Burger and Fries

Food Spot: The Old Butcher’s Cafe

I was recently told that about this restaurant by family, hidden away in small village Shepton Beauchamp, The Old Butcher's Cafe serves lunches and a Friday night supper club that has proven extremely popular. The venue is small but set out in a lovely way, with the kitchen open for all to see whats going … Continue reading Food Spot: The Old Butcher’s Cafe

Caribbean Sweet Potato and Bean Curry with Wild Rice

This recipe is one I love cooking for family and friends, as it's easier to cook in bulk. It's based on a loose adaptation of jerk seasoning, but with veg instead of chicken, and I think it's really delicious. You can serve this with corn, wraps, rice, yoghurt, salsa, mangoes, anything you like really! It's … Continue reading Caribbean Sweet Potato and Bean Curry with Wild Rice