Chia Fishcakes & CoYo

Chia Fishcakes & CoYo

Spuds are back. Kale is too 2012. Turnip is yet to find a patron. And purple sprouting broccoli is in rehab. The potato is our national superfood, buzzing with goodness. All the girlie sounding spuds are delicious in salads – Desiree, Charlotte, Annabelle, Orla, Emma and Violetta. Think creamy interior, perfectly suited to steaming (what […]

Black Polenta Fingers, for the lunchbox

Black Polenta Fingers, for the lunchbox

Sanctified as the Father of Superfoods, spinach enjoys immense popularity among medical and scientific communities. The toddler community aren’t much convinced, but that’s about to change.       For a concentrated blast of goodness in your diet, this Green Leafy is hard to beat.  Replete with vitamins C and E, spinach offers protection against […]

Fresh Burrata with Peaches, Basil and Black Pepper

Fresh Burrata with Peaches, Basil and Black Pepper

Burrata sounds like the bastard child of a Mexican tortilla and a Korean fungus, which couldn’t be further from the truth. This artisan cheese is, excusez-moi, a beefed-up cousin of buffalo mozzarella. Cheese is rarely on my radar, but this burrata lark is rather special. It was born out of good Catholic frugality in Puglia […]

Coffee & Almond Milkshake

Coffee & Almond Milkshake

This chilled bevy owns the summer of 2014, like Miley Cyrus owns twerking (but more tasteful I promise). It’s not necessary of course, but you can elease your inner Gwynie by making your own almond milk from raw nuts like the shots below. Takes 90 seconds. Otherwise, look out for the award-winning range of Rude […]

Agave V’s Brown Rice Syrup (a healthier Lemon Curd)

Agave V’s Brown Rice Syrup (a healthier Lemon Curd)

I flick between natural sweeteners like a remote control, just in case I’m missing something. Date syrup, maple, raw honey, brown rice syrup, coconut nectar, apple syrup – there are pros and cons to every little bottle out there. No sugar is healthy. The key is to find one that works for you and use […]