Our farmers’ market has the most delicious mushrooms – oyster, shitake, Japanese of several varieties – like Japanese jumping mushrooms – and I’m always looking for things to do with […]
I love a good curry especially ones with coconut. This has Indonesian flavours with lemongrass, fish sauce and star anise. Despite the long list of ingredients it is essentially two […]
The beetroot is out and about in the farmers’ market. I love it and am always looking for new recipes. This one with the ubiquitous South Indian coconut (you can read about […]
This is a hearty spring soup for these cooler nights. I used chard from my garden. If you can’t get hold of chard, use spinach, sorrel or another leafy green […]
Here is an article written by Martin Powell, a mushroom expert. Admittedly he is a supplier of mushrooms supplements so will have a vested interest, but 5000 years of Chinese […]
So we are almost 6 weeks into lock-down when I receive a text out of the blue. It’s from the NHS coronavirus service and it says, ‘Your condition means you […]
I am not a nutritionist or in any way qualified to dish out advice but I will simply share my experiences and then it’s up to you.
Thanks Zoe Williams for this vindication of what we all know! And here’s my recipe for chicken soup if you need reminding!
This is the staple for all sickness in any Jewish household. Even if you are not Jewish it is a panacea for all ills. I have never made it before […]
I now have a glut of cavolo nero so I made this simple summer soup. You can also use kale, spinach or sorrel. I used a mix of all three […]