Tag Archives: Recipes

Grain-free Crepes (Dairy free)

These crepes are ideal if you are avoiding dairy and/or grain.  They are simple to make and taste absolutely delicious served warm with a little honey, maple syrup, or even a spread of almond butter and banana.   Another way to … Continue reading

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Seared Prawns with a Ginger Sugarsnap Pea Salad

Even if you do a couple of things wrong, like I did – this dish is still delicious.  Fresh, crunchy, tangy and surprisingly filling. For a starter, I didn’t have raw king prawns but a huge bag of peeled prawns … Continue reading

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Rack of Lamb with Sweet Potato Mash and Charred Chicory

It must be the New Year as I am in cooking mode and trying out ideas rather than following recipes. I picked up a lovely rack of lamb from my local butcher this week, beautifully trimmed, and decided to make … Continue reading

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A Trio of Dips

We had a slightly different Christmas Day this year where we had a variety of ‘starters’ served throughout the day, sitting down to eat our main meal at around 4.30pm.  The children (and the grown-ups) loved the idea and it … Continue reading

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Nilla Wafers

Nilla Wafers have got to be my favourite ‘wafer’ or cookie to serve with ice cream or even just a cup of coffee. They are not my favourite wafer to bake though as they are a bit more fiddly than … Continue reading

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Candied Maple Pecans / Walnuts

Once a year I make candied pecans and walnuts using maple syrup – Christmas, and every year I have trouble keeping them until the actual day!   Along with chilli cashews, they are my favourite nibble of all time. This year … Continue reading

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Bone Broth

Some months ago, my daughter-in-law (Juicy Health) mentioned using Bone Broth in her recipes, and enjoying a steaming mug of the broth to drink.  Little bells started to go off in my head as memories came flooding back of my … Continue reading

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Beef Stir-Fry with Courgette Noodles

Fast becoming one of my favourite cookbooks, Get the Glow by Madeleine Shaw has some amazing recipes including this Beef Stir-Fry which in my opinion, is more than just delicious – it’s healthy too.   Perfect for my husband as there … Continue reading

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Buckwheat Groat Bircher

A new take on the classic oat Bircher muesli.  This dish is an overnight dish which can be finished quickly in the morning. INGREDIENTS: 60g buckwheat groats (activated – see note #1) 2 – 3 tablespoons of your favourite seeds … Continue reading

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Sunshine Chicken and Mango

This is such a lovely sunny dish that it always brings a smile to my face when seeing it.  The delicious flavours of chicken and mango really go well together and the addition of a little honey/mustard dressing adds that … Continue reading

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