Peaches & Cream.

  When a fruit is in season, it is truy in its element. That’s how nature works. Winter strawberries never quite taste the same as luscious English strawberries do in July, plucked during their natural period and delivered to your plate exactly how nature intended. There’s a lot to be said for the benefits of […]

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Bitter Sweet Orange.

I like to cook dinner for people, it just makes me inexplicably happy. I enjoy a culinary challenge even more. For a number of years now my mum hasn’t been able to wheat; not a welcome ailment for someone with a sweet tooth. When she visits I like to try and cook something she won’t have […]

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Clementines & Ginger.

The real reason I decided to play around with the idea of a ginger and clementine cake came from the fact I stumbled across some miniature bundt tins whilst wandering around a store last week. As soon I saw them I knew something festive would evolve from their presence in my kitchen. The cake itself […]

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Kale & Butterbean Falafel.

This combination was somewhat of a happy accident, occurring out of quite simply what was sitting in my cupboard and an amalgamation of several recipes I have stumbled across over the course of my culinary explorations. For me, the substitution of butter beans for chickpea makes for a lighter falafel than your average. Butterbeans come […]

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