Strawberry cucumber spinach salad with nuts and seeds

strawberry cucumber spinach salad

There are so many reasons why I LOVE this strawberry cucumber spinach salad! Mostly, it’s because it tastes like summer in a bowl and is all the things I really want to eat RIGHT NOW, but also, look at it – those colours are just gorgeous! I love how such …

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Chocolate orange pudding ice-lollies – frozen sugar-free vegan treats!

chocolate orange pudding ice-lollies

A while ago (when I made my amazing vegan 3-ingredient chocolate tart) I mused about the items available in supermarket kosher sections, and whether they were really any indication of the essentials for living a kosher lifestyle. I’m still not convinced you can draw any meaningful conclusions about Judaism from the …

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Crispy garlic & herb potato wedges

Hot, crispy, savoury carbs…mmmm. These potato wedges were never going to come out badly, let’s face it. I made some at Pesach when frozen oven chips were off the menu, and Kipper announced that they were even better than the ready-made variety. So naturally, I made them again. Potato wedges …

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Vegan malabi – Israeli rosewater pudding with pomegranate – VIDEO

Vegan Malabi

At the end of last year we took a foodie tour of the Levinsky market in Tel Aviv, and one of the highlights for me was the vegan malabi. Malabi is traditionally a dairy dessert, but this one was made with coconut milk and was creamy, sweet and delicious. I promised …

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Jewish Mothers Ruin – a KforP GIN cocktail + GIVEAWAY!

jewish mothers ruin - a gin cocktail for Pesach

Do you find Pesach stressful at all? I don’t think I’m the only one… First there’s the extreme cleaning, then comes the cooking marathon, then there’s the constant nagging worry about what we’re going to eat for our next meal since all the usual standby options are off the menu… Aargh! …

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Whole roast romanesco with za’atar

Sometimes the simplest things are the most effective, and that’s certainly the case with this extremely simple roasted romanesco with za’atar. Four ingredients, minimal effort, mega results. I bought this beautiful fractal vegetable on the market – I’d only stopped to get some oranges but couldn’t resist its gorgeous green …

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