Salmon with olives & runner beans in foil parcels

A delicious salmon dinner! Fillets are baked in individual parcels with black olives & beans for a flavour-packed, healthy meal. Quick, tasty & nutritious!

If you’d suggested to my younger self that I’d grow up to be someone who would wax lyrical about a bean slicer, I’d never have believed you. And yet here I am, totally in thrall to this genius bit of kitchen kit. I’m not typically a fan of single-action gadgets – …

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Hot Magen David buns!

magen david buns

What to make when Purim & Easter (almost) coincide? Hot Magen David buns of course! I’ve often noted how British Jews have adopted and adapted British (Christian) food traditions, largely without a second thought. No-one would look askance at a Jewish family tucking into turkey and mince pies in December, or …

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Cheese and vegetable pasty hamantaschen!

A delicious vegetarian pasty transformed into a savoury Purim delicacy! Filled with veggies & cheese, these tasty treats are a lovely light meal or snack.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had hamantaschen on the brain for a while now. These triangular filled pastries, traditionally eaten on Purim, are just so versatile! It seems not a day goes by without another brilliant idea for a filling, or a new kind of crust, or whatever. It’s …

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Pesach gingernuts! Book review of Hungry Healthy Happy by Dannii Martin

Hungry Healthy Happy by Dannii Martin

Since starting this blog a couple of years ago I’ve joined several online groups and forums for food bloggers, and I must say they are some of the nicest, kindest, most supportive people I’ve ever known. And while we rarely (if ever) meet in person, we help each other out …

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Easy double chocolate muesli cookies

“Everything’s good, so long as it’s chocolate,” DH never tires of telling me. And he may have a point. So when I was considering baking a batch of weekend cookies, I naturally thought of making chocolatey ones. But you know me, I couldn’t make anything so altogether unhealthy as just …

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Baked barley risotto with butternut squash

Easy to assemble, this barley risotto bakes to comforting perfection. An ideal warming family meal on a cold winter's day. Vegan & parve.

This time of year demands big, warming bowls of comforting deliciousness. Or at least, it does if you’re anything like me. I can’t be the only person who feels permanently cold from about October through till March, can I? To make matters worse, our central heating boiler recently packed up, …

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