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Whole-Roasted Cauliflower

This is my favourite way to have cauliflower: so full of flavour yet still light and fresh enough to include on an indulgent festive menu. This is adapted from Jamie Oliver’s recipe – I love the smashed garlic and paprika paste, with some cumin and turmeric thrown in for extra flavour and colour. If you make this recipe and decide …

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The golden spice you should be eating daily

Turmeric’s been trending on health blogs recently, and with good reason. Curcumin, the pigment that makes turmeric yellow, has been shown in countless studies to be a powerful anti-inflammatory compound, and has actually been used medicinally for thousands of years. Why do we care so much about anti-inflammatory foods? Well, because chronic inflammation (typically caused by our food choices) leads to chronic disease. …

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Roast Butternut Soup

I had a couple of butternut squash that I’d bought pre-lockdown and almost forgot about them: a couple of months later and they were still sitting there, waiting to be turned into something tasty. I can’t believe how long those things last! Talk about pandemic survival foods, squash is where it’s at. For a butternut soup, you can either peel …

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Red Lentil Curry

These muffins are a great little indulgence for a weekend treat. Use up some of those frozen blueberries you’ve been keeping, and your homemade soy yoghurt!