Miso Tofu with Asparagus and Broccolini

It’s been repetitive days in my kitchen lately as I fall into the fatigue stage of quarantine. Where cooking was fun and exciting, a welcome distraction, it has now become a chore. I find myself cooking the same things over and over. A delicious grocery delivery inspired me to break from the monotony of the same meals and create something new. Originally, I set out to make something very different from what the end product was – and the end product was so delicious I couldn’t imagine what the original recipe would even be like. Continue reading Miso Tofu with Asparagus and Broccolini

Tomato and Feta Galette

A rustic-looking galette, made with flaky pastry and your choice of sweet or savoury fillings, has been all the rage with food bloggers from France to California lately. I decided to take on the trend and found myself transformed. How could something so simple as a galette be taken to such an obscene delicious end? Continue reading Tomato and Feta Galette

Halloumi Bulgur Salad

Have I talked about halloumi on this blog before? Have I written a love letter to halloumi like it so deserves? If you haven’t heard of it, halloumi is a cheese from Cyprus – a salty, semi-hard, deliciously fry-able treat. I would eat halloumi with every meal if I could. Frequently in London, halloumi is served alongside a delicious breakfast fry up. Recently, however, we decided to incorporate it into our lunch. Here’s how you can do the same. Continue reading Halloumi Bulgur Salad

Chickpea Fritters

This blog started as a series of posts on my Instagram story. I had forgotten about those recipes ! A lot of them are already posted here in more detail, but I was reminded of a lovely and simple classic recently. All it takes is some basic veg and a can of chickpeas and you’re good to go… Continue reading Chickpea Fritters

Four Tapas Recipes

Do you ever find yourself wishing you were in a sunny square in Spain sipping Sangria? Now more than ever, nearly every day, I find myself longing for summer in Spanish towns, especially in the Basque region where my tapas can be enjoyed with txacoli. Since we still can’t tapear from bar to bar, you can recreate the sunny specialties in your own kitchen Continue reading Four Tapas Recipes

Make Your Own Naan!

As you may have seen, we eat a lot of Indian-inspired cuisine in this household. Rather than buying our naan from the shops (since we aren’t going to the shops) we’ve had to get creative and start experimentation. Aaron has cracked the code, and is now our at home naan expert. We’ve adapted multiple recipes down into this simple one. Continue reading Make Your Own Naan!