I never thought I would find the one cookbook I can’t live without. And I have many cookbooks and I love them all. I love reading recipes, imagining what they would taste like and cooking them. A happy discovery A few months ago I found a book that I can’t seem to live without: ‘TheContinue reading “The one cookbook that I can’t live without”
Chicken soup is the epitome of comfort food, don’t you think? And this particular soup fulfils the main 3 criteria: healthy, quick and nourishing. This recipe comes from a book by Jane Lanzer Gifford ‘Food on the move Pret A Manager‘ from 2007. It’s out of print, but you can buy second-hand copies on eBayContinue reading “The best chicken soup (for the body and soul)?”
FREE Online Valentine’s Baking and Mindfulness Workshop February 13 Join me from home for the FREE Online Valentine’s Baking and Mindfulness Workshop on 13th February at 5pm UK time. Why should you do this FREE workshop??? – You will learn how to bake a delicious gluten-free chocolate cake from scratch with my guidance with justContinue reading “FREE Online Valentine’s Mindful Baking Workshop”
Imagine you’ve been up since early in the morning and been working non-stop… You look up and it’s 1pm and your stomach is rumbling… You’re starving and are considering eating a packet of biscuits for lunch… And then you remember that you have some miso and some leftover coriander in the fridge, an egg andContinue reading “10 minute lunch?”
Heathy food and cooking can be easy. You just need some practice and inspiration. This recipe is super quick and delicious.
If Christmas were a biscuit, it would most certainly be Pepparkakor, a Swedish biscuit. It’s fragrant, spicy, warming, sweet and you can’t stop eating them! It’s the essence of Christmas in one bite. Ever since I met my Norwegian sister-in-law, K., I have learnt so much about Nordic dishes, traditions and baking. She is anContinue reading “Is this the best Christmas biscuit recipe ever?”