Category Archive: What’s for dinner

One week into Italian life

I am one week into my new Italian adventure. And of course it is nothing less than¬†bellissimo! I am living in Northern Italy in a little town called Bra, yes let’s get all… Continue reading

Caramelised garlic tart

A tart which is not only very tasty but one that will also keep the vampires at bay. Caramelised garlic is deliciously sweet combined with a sharp blue goats cheese and topped with… Continue reading

Roasted cauliflower and fennel with chickpeas and spinach

This tasty warm salad is perfect for meat-free Monday’s. We all need more of those. Cauliflower is such an underrated vegetable, I think because it was abused through many a childhood, boiled to… Continue reading

Green bean salad with seared sesame tuna

I have really outdone myself with this one. A salad packed with green goodness and topped with lightly seared sesame tuna. Quick and easy to whip up it’s perfect anytime. I have adapted… Continue reading

Something for the weekend

Forget dirty Dominos, there is nothing tastier than homemade pizza. It may take a little longer than picking up the phone but the results are well worth it and you can get a… Continue reading

Lemony lentil spaghetti

I can almost smell summer….okay I am just really sick of eating soup and I have started craving salads and deliciously light food and I figure if I just start eating like the… Continue reading

Fish Laksa

This is a deliciously aromatic noodle soup which is full of fresh flavours and really quick and easy to whip up.

Chicken, sweetcorn and chilli soup

Quick, easy and cheap to make this soup will warm you up on a winter’s evening and is packed with flavour and an added chilli kick. The dill and lemon make it really… Continue reading

Cauliflower and coriander soup

The humble cauliflower is rapidly becoming the forgotten vegetable. It is as diverse as the potato yet it keeps being left out of the shopping basket. Come on people take a cauli home today!

Potato, leek and mushroom pie

As the air is getting crisper and the fight against turning the central heating on has been lost there is only one thing left to do – make pie! Winter pies will warm… Continue reading