Padron Peppers

The Russian Roulette of Foodies.  As in, Russian Roulette for sensible people/people without a deathwish. Basically what I’m saying is, some are mild, some are spicy. It’s the luck of

Garlic & Coriander Naan Bread

No indian curry is complete without a chewy outside, fluffy inside, aromatic naan bread, and it’s definitely worth being able to make your own!

Cauliflower Cake

I’ve had some disastrous savoury cakes. So much so that, for a while atleast, I discounted them as something that really shouldn’t be made, served, or eaten. I’ve changed my

The Easiest Cucumber Pickle

I have such fond memories of cucumber pickle. My Granny used to make big jars of the stuff, which I would swiftly cram into my cheese sandwiches (and most other sandwiches)

Wholewheat Seed Crackers

There just aren’t enough wholewheat cracker recipes. This is a sad fact. Crackers and cheese go hand in hand. Chutney is the cherry on the cake.

The Perfect Artichoke – How to Cook and Eat it!

I’m a sucker for artichokes. They are literally one of my favourite foods of all time.

Thai Coconut Broth with Mussels

Is there anything more comforting than a big bowl of soup? The correct answer is no by the way. Not when it’s a bowl of soup like this one.

Caprese Salad

If you’re anything like me, you get very excited about really good, fresh produce. Like, way too excited. I found myself the other day running around a particularly nice market

Savoury Summer Tartlets

Summer is here, and so it’s time to get all those summer-friendly foods ready. Tartlets are a great summer food. They’re handy, easy to pack up, and totally customisable. They’re

Spiral Vegetable Tartlet

I spotted a picture of one of these tarts a few weeks ago, and I couldn’t get over how pretty and delicate it was. Since then, I was determined to