Steamed vegetables are a great way to boost the plant content of your meal while preserving as many of the nutrients as possible, but steamed veggies can also be a little bit boring and bland at times. There is no harm in adding some little extras to add crunch,texture, spice or freshness to your steamed vegetables to make them a … Read the full post
It snowed here again last week (in April!) so we’re still cooking wintery food and dreaming of fresh tomatoes and summer berries. On the stove are hearty soups like this one made of tomato, fennel, beans, leeks and wholewheat noodles providing a complete meal in a bowl.
There are two types of soup in the world, the sort that needs … Read the full post
As you’ll know, I’m not one to fill this little online space with reviews. I think the last book review I did was probably my second ever blog post in 2007. But I’m very happy to say a few words here about Jules Clancy’s new book, ’5 ingredients in 10 minutes’. Jules has written her great Stonesoup blog for … Read the full post
Eating well all week undeniably takes time and effort. Much as magazines and certain celebrity chefs would like to tell us that it’s possible to put a healthy, balanced and brilliantly tasty meal on the table in less than 10 minutes, most of us just aren’t that speedy in the kitchen (and nor should we be. As Kathryn has so … Read the full post