Mushroom bolognese

This recipe is a super quick and easy alternative to the usual beefy bolognese. You can use whatever mushrooms you can get your hands on, or you could even use lentils and dried basil for a total storecupboard meal. If you're lacking ideas I've also added some extra recipes at the end for some bolognese-y … Continue reading Mushroom bolognese

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Za’atar stuffed tomatoes with minty yoghurt

It's amazing what you can make with the ingredients at the back of your fridge. I bought these tomatoes for a curry and I didn't just want to make a standard pasta sauce with them- and then these stuffed tomatoes were born! I love the savouriness of these plump parcels, the filling is almost meaty … Continue reading Za’atar stuffed tomatoes with minty yoghurt

Glastonbury Food Guide 2017

Another year, another Glastonbury Festival food guide. This year's edition features both new and old favourites, from spicy Thai and paella to pie and mash. Although this year's festival was missing a few classics (namely Yeo Valley Yoghurt and the much missed Tapas breakfast), I still managed to scout out some tasty new dishes. New … Continue reading Glastonbury Food Guide 2017

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 for … Continue reading Library Lunches

Ratatouille

It's March! Spring is finally starting to arrive, and with it the return of delicious courgettes to the supermarket shelves. This simple ratatouille makes the most of this summery veg, and only takes half an hour. Its a perfect simple supper, you can use whatever leftover veg you have in the fridge, if you like, … Continue reading Ratatouille

Hummus: Three Ways

I love hummus, it's so versatile and you can have it for every meal (I probably do this more often that I should...).  Hummus also makes a great snack with crudites, pittas or even on toast.  I've put together three alternatives to the traditional chickpea hummus that I love and that are vegetarian, vegan and … Continue reading Hummus: Three Ways

Simple Lentil Bolognese

I've been really enjoying cooking my lentil bolognese this week, bolognese sauce in general reminds me of home and has become a much needed comfort food for me recently.  Lentils also have a really meaty texture and take on plenty of flavour when cooked, making them the perfect candidate for a bolognese in place of … Continue reading Simple Lentil Bolognese