The idea of dipping orange segments into chocolate is nothing new. But have you tried it with sea salt? You really need to. The sweetness of the orange with the bitterness of the dark chocolate and that salty hit is just to-die-for.
For me, roasted nuts can be a dangerous snack. Waaaaaaay too addictive. Especially when they’ve got a kick. But it is Christmas and I’m allowed to binge. I’m practically SUPPOSED to binge, right?
Thank you Birds Eye Peas for sponsoring this post! Peas are an often overlooked legume. We tend to think of them as more of a side dish or something we throw into a dish, last minute. Meanwhile chickpeas and beans are used for all kinds of dishes. But green peas so delicious, sweet, they’re a great…
Brr, it’s cold outside. Time for some soup! I’m collaborating with Urban Outfitters again and have used their adorable Soup Mugs to create this warming winter soup. With sweet butternut squash and spicy chilli.
If you don’t like Brussels sprouts, then I’m sorry but I don’t get you. They’re so cute with the “mini cabbage” thing they’ve got going on, they taste so buttery and I just love the texture. One of the best vegetables, in my opinion.
I’ve never been a big fan of traditional salads. Lettuce and I don’t really get on and I never usually feel quite satisfied after eating a salad for lunch but there are certain exceptions, including this quinoa salad! I think it’s the fact it’s cooked – it’s more of a comforting dish, even when eaten cold.
I recently bought a new dark tile and couldn’t wait to try it out for food photography, hence these unnecessarily moody shots! I’m usually drawn to light and airy photography (as you might have noticed) but would love to practise my dark & moody shots more so expect to see a few darker shots in…
A simple vegan lemon curd recipe for use in cakes, cookies and as a topping. It’s also fat-free and can easily be made paleo-friendly too by using arrowroot powder. See recipe suggestions below.