Hallowe’en has passed and I’ve been left with plenty of raw Curly Kale. There is only so much Colcannon the kids will eat so I’ve made it into vegan kale pesto which will keep in fridge for up to a month in a sealed jar.
When I was in my early twenties I was lucky to share a house with some Spanish girls who were working locally. It is a haze now but I do remember how to make a mean Tortilla or Spanish Omelette.
This week I’m conjuring up memories of time spent in the Middle East in my childhood. This is not a precise recipe for Fattoush Salad but a kitchen sink interpretation instead.
After a run of glorious sunny days, the Autumn is closing in. This carrot, apple and ginger soup makes the most of seasonal produce, freezes well and is suitable for baby weaning.
It’s National Potato Day on Saturday 25th August, here’s a quick potatoes in a jar recipe to celebrate that uses leftovers. It’s perfect for kid and adult lunchboxes alike. There’s also a chance to win a hamper of goodies from Keogh’s Farm!
This is an easy way to make your own, unique sausage rolls that your kids (and big kids) will love.
Would you believe it, eggs and yoghurt go extremely well together? Rather than cook it on the hob, this oven baked omelette needs very little work. Read More
This creamy cauliflower soup is designed for baby’s taste but it is just as nice for adults with the addition of some roasted cauliflower “crisps” for texture. Because of the way it is prepared it remains creamy yet vegan.
This is a recipe for picky eaters that doesn’t contain pastry. Yes, no pastry so no mixing or kneading. It’s super simple to prepare and perfect for lunchboxes and kids parties.
Also known as the No Need To Knead Loaf.
I’m a sucker for supermarket specials. It’s for that reason I should be banned from the local Lidl, I tend to go down to the shop and stock up on the discount fruit & veg, marvel at the savings I’ve made on those and then spend all I’ve saved on bits & bobs from the baskets on the middle aisle.