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Pak Choi & Chicken Noodle Soup + a long overdue catch up

Hello, it's been a very long time. I would love to say that I've been travelling the world, become a yoga teacher and have written a book but in reality, I've been travelling to work, have done yoga twice, three... Continue Reading →


Savoy Cabbage and Avocado Soup

I love cabbage, there are those who have an aversion to it in but I really do find it delicious, although I'd never tried to make a soup with it before and was a tad worried it would end up... Continue Reading →

Sunday Roast Sides Part Two: Greens with Roasted Almonds and Sesame Seeds

  For the vegetable side of this lamb roast, I knew I wanted to use broccoli and you know how I love my green beans, but I wanted to change it up a little bit from what I've done before.... Continue Reading →

Grilled Salmon with Tomato and Basil Sauce

I agree, if there was an award for neatness, I would not win, I doubt I would even place, but just like Bender in the episode 'The 30% Iron Chef', the excitement is always more in the taste than the... Continue Reading →

Cod and Artichoke Risotto

Lesson number one: Do not fret about how little of the artichoke leaves are actually going into the risotto, the rest will be dipped into vinaigrette or added to any kind of stock (that’s what I did with mine). I... Continue Reading →

Italian Cabbage and Chicken Stew

Cabbage is the vegetable of the week. It’s just a pleasing vegetable not only to eat but also to look at, and I couldn’t remember the last time I cooked one. I wanted to use it with a light meat... Continue Reading →

Greens. Greens? GREENS!

A person once said to me ‘I prefer eating spinach to broccoli because spinach has less calories.’ After going ?!&#*#@%!§? to myself, I decided to go home and write a post about the tear-jerking brilliance of greens, in all their... Continue Reading →

Pak Choi.

  Pak Choi. Fun to say, Fun to look at, Friend of ginger, but not of Fred. ♥

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