Healthy cooking

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Freezer-friendly meals for busy families

Is your freezer used for little more than storing ice cream and frozen peas? It can be so much more! The humble freezer can actually be our biggest ally when it comes to getting healthy meals on the table with minimum effort. Having a few homemade frozen meals stashed away means that you’ll always have back-up for those times when you get home late, just can’t face the supermarket, have an unexpected cooking failure or surprise guests.

24 August 2016 by Guest post

Do you need a spiralizer? And if so, which one?

Do you need a spiralizer? And if so, which one?

Every time I post a tweet about my new spiralizer or upload an image of some zucchini noodles I’ve just made to Instagram, I get...

17 August 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

8 quick, easy and tasty dinner recipes for one

8 quick, easy and tasty dinner recipes for one

Let’s face it - cooking for one is no fun! Even the keenest cooks can feel uninspired. When the only one you have to impress is...

13 July 2016 by Guest post

What is your relationship with food and eating?

3 ways to cope with a vegetarian in a meat-eating house

Cooking two dinners each night? I’ll show you how to simplify your dinner preparations and prepare meals that will please both the...

1 June 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

Crazy for cauliflower

Crazy for cauliflower

Cauliflower is the darling of the moment, the trendy, vegetable-du-jour! This versatile and nutritious vegetable has many ardent...

14 October 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

How to make your own soup stock and bone broth

How to make your own soup stock and bone broth

There’s nothing’s more comforting than a bowl of hot, hearty, home-made soup on a cold winter’s day. I’m a huge fan of soup...

29 July 2015 by Catherine Saxelby