Quick Homemade Pesto Pasta

Quick Homemade Pesto Pasta

This student-favourite dish is the easiest, most forgiving of suppers and is a firm family favourite with us. During lockdown I’ve found the endless cooking of meals quite tiring, and I say that as someone who loves being in the kitchen! Most evenings I’m happy 

DIY Sosmix (Sausage Mix) Recipe // A Blast From The Past

DIY Sosmix (Sausage Mix) Recipe // A Blast From The Past

I must admit, I wasn’t sure when – if ever – I would post this recipe. To say it’s a bit niche would be an understatement. But after a couple of years of playing with the ingredients and finding lots of ways to use it, 

Eat-All-Week Caribbean Rice & Peas

Eat-All-Week Caribbean Rice & Peas

I can eat this by the bucketload. Rice and Peas is a traditional dish in countless regions, but most people tend to think of the gorgeous Caribbean islands where it is a staple food and routinely served up as a side dish to pretty much 

Chunky Best-Ever Vegan Macaroni Cheese

Chunky Best-Ever Vegan Macaroni Cheese

Macaroni cheese was always one of my favourite dishes when I was vegetarian, and I wasn’t about to give it up when I ditched dairy! I make this quite a lot for my daughter when she has a friend over for tea and I’m always 

Vegan Jambalaya + Johnnycakes

Vegan Jambalaya + Johnnycakes

Anyone who has read this blog before will know that I love a one-pot meal, and if I can make it in the slow cooker, even better! This fab, flavoursome (and also pretty frugal) jambalaya is also quite versatile – you can enjoy it freshly 

Kid-Friendly Katsu Curry (Vegan)

Kid-Friendly Katsu Curry (Vegan)

I only just recently found out about katsu curry. It’s a Japanese curry which is essentially a smooth mild sauce (think chip shop curry sauce, guys – sorry Japan) poured over breaded chicken, veggies and rice. I saw it mentioned again and again when I 

Wholewheat Fusilli Rapid Ragù – Our Favourite Speedy Supper

Wholewheat Fusilli Rapid Ragù – Our Favourite Speedy Supper

How’s your week going? I have spent most of it dressed in multiple layers of knitwear whilst clutching hot water bottles, slouching around the house like some frost bitten sloth. I don’t tolerate the cold particularly well (my most-used winter phrase is “I’ve got poor 

Fabulous Festive Nut Roast With Cranberry Sauce

Fabulous Festive Nut Roast With Cranberry Sauce

Yes that’s right. A NUT ROAST. Before your dismiss the idea completely, I really want to tell you that in the 20+ years I’ve been vegetarian, I’d never even tried a nut roast until the last month or so. And now I can’t get enough