After previously exploding them, I managed to find a way to roast the chestnuts over an open fire (almost). That results in a smoky depth that compliments the chestnut’s own sweet taste, as well as the chilli and maple syrup in this recipe.
Pickled turnips. I’m just going to put that out there. I wonder what you are thinking right now. Are you contemplating a face-scrunchingly acidic brine over a crunchy, but otherwise unremarkable root veg? Or perhaps your mind immediately pondered the way turnips are perhaps the least sexy of all the vegetables. The name itself sounds […]
This is my favourite way to enjoy beetroot. It’s surprisingly simple to make and vastly improves any steak or burger. It is also perfect on crackers with cheese or as a salad topping. I usually make a few jars at once – because it also makes a lovely gift – however, the recipe can also […]
The weather is finally getting colder and I am starting to get the munchies (ok, so I always have the munchies – what’s your point?!). I want to share with you my way to get a chocolate fix. I concocted this recipe ages ago while looking up ideas for how to use a packet of […]
Turmeric is used in so many curry recipes and this one is no different! This easy vegetable curry recipe was born one night when I was looking for hearty comfort food, but with very few fresh ingredients on hand. It is one of those recipes where you can substitute pretty much everything and still it […]
This is a delicious dessert recipe that is healthier than the average chocolate mousse. I love using this recipe in blind tastings. Without telling people the name of the recipe, I ask them to guess the ingredients. No one ever guesses avocado! You can make this without the melted chocolate, but there is still a […]