French toast (or eggy bread as it’s more fondly known) is one of the easiest, tastiest breakfast meals. However it’s so often forgotten in favour of pancakes, smoothie bowls, or the wildly popular millennial fave – avocado on toast. Of course, you don’t have to use brioche to make good French Toast. I just got … Continue reading Brioche French Toast with Raspberries, Yogurt & Lemon Curd
This meal is completely inspired by a feast I ate in Belfast, at a completely delicious restaurant called Buba which served the best halloumi I’ve ever eaten (deep fried with TWO sauces) and an incredible lamb dish that I’ve subsequently become obsessed with recreating. Here is my humble attempt – a mound of spiced lamb … Continue reading Spiced Lamb with Yogurt, Parsley & Pomegranate
As soon as British tomato season begins, I go absolutely wild, adding these homegrown beauties to pretty much everything I can find. This was a spontaneous throw-together of what I could find in the fridge, and the result is pretty great. Feel free to swap out the wine for lemon juice, if you don’t have … Continue reading Tomato, Basil & Feta Tagliatelle
We’ve got a monthly market that sells some pretty great local food, and I love spending a lunchtime away from the office, wandering down our high street and sampling delicious cheeses, chutneys and cakes. But last time I was there, I picked up a massive bunch of purple kale. It’s exactly the same as the … Continue reading Purple Kale Pasta with chilli, garlic and pine nuts
Recently, I went to a brilliant place for lunch with my grandparents, and ate the most delicious, simple meal of fish, with an accompanying chorizo, sweet potato and tomato combination that just worked so well. And it’s this smoky sweet taste that has been the inspiration for this meal. For this, I recommend a good … Continue reading Chorizo with Butterbeans & Sweet Potato
In our office, the lunch break is a very important moment of the day. There’s something incredibly special about spending time eating with others, and recently, our conversations have more often than not turned to the food that we’re cooking and the food that we’re eating. Which in my opinion, is always one of the … Continue reading Tomato, Sweetcorn & Coriander Salsa
My favourite evenings are the ones where there are no time constraints; where cooking can happen without clock watching. And in those rare but glorious moments, I love to experiment with new flavours. This recipe will take a little while, and does involve a few different components – roasting beetroot and patiently cooking lentils – … Continue reading Smoked Mackerel, Puy Lentils & Beetroot.