This smooth wild garlic pesto is the perfect way to welcome Spring.
Last weekend we basked in glorious sunshine for a several days – the length of an average British summer. One thing I miss about my old diet is a good old BBQ – not so much the meat (but I won’t deny it tasted good at the time) but coming together with friends and family to have a good time in the sun. This year I’ve decided I’m definitely holding a vegetarian BBQ. These are the recipes I’ve chosen. Continue reading “Vegetarian BBQ Ideas – Simple BBQ Recipes for Summer”
National Vegetarian Week is from 15th-21st May. It’s all about trying new things and celebrating delicious vegetarian food. If you’re looking to cut down on your meat consumption, these 7 meals will get you off to a great start. Already veggie? Invite a few omnivore friends around for tea to win them over. Continue reading “7 Easy Vegetarian Meals for #NationalVegetarianWeek 2017”
One of my favourite bulk cooking meals is this super easy vegan vegetable curry. It’s very cheap to make and freezes well. I make it mild enough for the kids but if you prefer a hotter curry then you can add more spice. This curry is vegan, gluten free and (if you use xylitol) cane sugar free. Yum!
I’ve got a stinking cold at the moment and like most people in need of comfort, my go-to meal is a piping hot bowl of soup. Unlike many of my recent batch cooked meals, none of this soup is going to make it to the freezer! It’s been my lunch every day since it was made and it’s the first soup I’ve made in a LONG time has had a thumbs up from two our of three children. Continue reading “Chunky Root Vegetable And Rosemary Soup (Vegan)”