Potato, Pea and Radish Salad with a Mustard Dressing

The flavours and textures in this potato salad make it such a winner and the perfect thing to bring to a picnic or have as a side with any summer dinner. That salmon recipe from yesterday would be great with this! As there’s no mayo it’s fresh and light and the crisp radishes and sweet peas really get to shine through.

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Lime and Black Pepper Salmon

  I’m all about the simple things at the moment and quick, fresh food that’s easy to make. Actually, I’m always about that. This salmon ticks all the boxes and you can serve it with your favourite green vegetables or potato salad (new recipe coming tomorrow!) or whatever you like.

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Meal Plans Week 49

I didn’t know what to title this post, like do I start all over again, do I need a year date now that it’s in the second year? I couldn’t decide so I just decided to carry on as usual. New year, same me.

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Cauliflower and Hummus Pita Pockets

It’s the time of the year for easy wraps and portable food like these delicious pita pockets. They’re quick to make, and super tasty. Plus they’re full of vegetables to help you up your intake in case that’s one of your new years resolutions!

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Fragrant Dahl with Chickpeas, Zucchini and Spinach

Why hello there 2018! I’ve let you roll in ind of quietly without making too much of a fuss in this little corner of the internet. None of that new year new me stuff over here. New year, same me is more my vibe. That doesn’t mean I haven’t got lots of exciting plans happening that I can’t ait to share with you all but there’s not going to be any sudden changes to the scheduled programming, that’s for sure. No diets or resolutions. Just good food and happy times. With that in mind this happy belly making dahl is something I’m oh so happy to share with you to bring in the new year.

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Plum and Vanilla Galette

Here it is, my final festive recipe for the season… and look how pretty it is! Plus it’s very simple to make with the easiest pastry ever. There’s no resting needed, no butter, no special equipment. It looks impressive and you can make it without any added sugar at all, so go ahead and eat it for breakfast 😉

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Spring Onion and Chickpea Quick Flatbread

 This flatbread is vegan, gluten free and stupidly easy to make. It’s what I make when I have next to nothing in the cupboards and want a vehicle for toast toppings. without toast. The extra virgin olive oil and chickpea flour works so well together and the finely chopped spring onions add a burst of flavour. Easy, delicious any time of the day food is what I’m about.

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11 Easy Vegetarian Holiday Sides to Impress Your Guests

There’s a little for everyone in this list, whether you’re having a cold salads and seafood affair or a more traditional roasted things affair there’s a vegetarian side here to keep everyone happy. This little vegetarian sides list is to help keep that dining table in balance on Christmas day. All the meat and protein is delicious but impressive sides make the meal. The sides are a great opportunity to sneak the vegetables in!

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Meal Plans Week 48

The end of year is hurtling towards me at an alarming rate and if if it wasn’t for my love of the holiday season i’d be screaming for the breaks. Luckily that love is strong. I’m all ofr the food, family, friends, party times and gift giving at this time of year. it’s all my favourite tings at once and living in Australia means I also get sunshine.

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Grilled Apricot, Thyme, Leek and Goats Cheese Salad

It’s stone fruit season and I’m pretty excited about it. Apricots have always been one of my favourite fruits and when they’re good they’re so good. I’ve always known that dried apricots and cheese were good together on a cheese board and I’ve recently discovered that sweet grilled apricots are amazing with salty goats cheese and thyme. it’s actually a dream combination.

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