Halloumi and herby pesto open sandwich

The news that I, like many others, will be working from home at least until January, has made me very happy. This is largely to the fact that I can make my lunches in my own kitchen. No more waiting to use the microwave in my office’s teeny tiny kitchen, no more suspicious salmon waftContinue reading “Halloumi and herby pesto open sandwich”

Tomatoes, capers and feta on toast

I’ve never been a salad person, so when the weather gets sweltering it can be hard to find a summer lunch that isn’t just a concoction of leaves, grains and dressings (as lovely as that sounds). So naturally, I often resort to *things on toast*, and this is my new favourite. It’s in part inspiredContinue reading “Tomatoes, capers and feta on toast”

Moroccan inspired sweet potato and chickpea salad

Another weekend, another lunch recipe. I was struggling a bit this week for inspiration, so I decided to use up the growing collection of sweet potatoes in my fridge in this spicy salad recipe. The recipe will probably do around three lunches for the week, but you could add another tin or two of chickpeasContinue reading “Moroccan inspired sweet potato and chickpea salad”

Potager Garden Cafe

I enjoy a pasty as much as the next person but I often find myself craving something a little more fresh and interesting on my visits to Cornwall, especially during the summer months. If you’re visiting the Penzance area, The Potager Garden and Cafe is a great location for a spot of lunch and aContinue reading “Potager Garden Cafe”

Library Lunches

Recently I’ve been really enjoying making tasty lunches to take to the library. It makes such a difference to my lunch break (and my finances…) when I have a delicious pasta salad or homemade soup to look forward to, instead of heading to the nearest Pret. These recipes are easy to make in batches forContinue reading “Library Lunches”