Mouthwatering stuffed vegetables to celebrate the harvest season

Stuffed vegetables, brimming with abundant fillings, are traditionally eaten to celebrate the autumn harvest. Tuck in to these delicious dishes and enjoy!

Succot, the Jewish autumn harvest festival, is surely party to some of the oddest practices in the Jewish calendar. If we aren’t parading round shul waving citrus fruits and bunches of foliage, we’re eating dinner in a draughty hut in the garden. To the untrained eye, we must look properly bizarre. And yet, …

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Green shakshuka – for one!

A perfectly cooked egg is surrounded by a soft, cumin-scented vegetable hash. This delicious green shakshuka is quick, easy & oh so good! Paleo & whole30 compatible.

I learnt the following three things on my second Whole30 diet: Apple slices spread with almond butter are a surprisingly delicious snack Cooking anything in clarified butter (ghee) makes it taste amazing  There’s only so many eggs you can eat before you never want to see one again In attempting to …

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Feel-good fish curry – comfort food with Asian flavours

A deliciously nutritious coconut-milk fish curry flavoured with mood lifting spices and a tingle of chilli, will fill you up and make you feel A-MA-ZING!

The trouble with comfort food, on the whole, is that it isn’t usually very good for you. Sure, it makes you feel better for a minute or two, but in terms of nutrition, it tends to be heavy on the sugar and fat, and lacking in the sort of stuff that …

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How to jazz up your jackets! No more boring baked potatoes…

Baked potato inspiration

Kipper has a dance class one afternoon a week, which means that we don’t get home till 6 o’clock, so dinner has to be ready and waiting for us when we come in. For months I’ve worked hard to create bakes and casseroles and risottos and things that could cook in …

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