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Carrot and Puy Lentil Salad

In British classics, lunches, salads, sides, vegan On June 12, 2012 0 Comments

Most of this recipe is marinating time, so it’s a good one to make for a packup (that’s my silly lincolnshire word for ‘a packed lunch’, I didn’t… Read More »


Mixed mushroom, cranberry and hazlenut quinoa

In lunches, mains, salads, sides, Southern Europe (Greece - Morocco), vegan On June 6, 2012 0 Comments

So this was, strictly speaking, a little more work of a lunch than I had time for today, but it was very worth it. Best only making it… Read More »


Pesto, pine nut, tomato and mushroom couscous

In lunches, quick food, salads, sides On April 23, 2012 0 Comments

Another really tasty hot couscous lunch, this time of a vegetarian (not vegan variety). Make sure your pesto is veggie friendly, too. This is equally as good the… Read More »


Courgette and mushroom couscous with pine nuts

In Italian, lunches, quick food, sides, vegan On April 17, 2012 0 Comments

A good, quick, hot vegan lunch this, with some really good flavours. I might also add in a stir of pesto if you were looking for a non-vegan… Read More »


Blackberry and Apple Jam

In baking, British classics, dessert, jams & preserves, sides On April 14, 2012 2 Comments

One of my strongest memories of what ‘home’ is, it the heat of a kitchen, the sound of the Archers omnibus, and the smell of pastry baking and… Read More »

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capsicum-free tomato salsa

In salads, sides, Southern Europe (Greece - Morocco), The Americas, vegan On April 12, 2012 0 Comments

The brilliant falafel burger recipe that I posted up here the other week is best served with salsa and guacamole. Unfortunately the only salsa you can buy in… Read More »

Soya hot chocolate. Better than all the other hot chocolates.

Soya hot chocolate. Better than all the other hot chocolates.

In British classics, comfort food, dessert, sides, The Americas, Uncategorized, vegan On April 8, 2012 1 Comment

Being lactose intolerant and stuff I’ve been making this soya hot chocolate for so long, that it’s only just occurred to me that people might not know how… Read More »