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No drama family dinners with Dolmio!
I love a quick meal as many of my regular readers already know (and of course, my ever-growing recipe collection testifies) and here I have a truly quick family meal for you all to enjoy.
As a female adult, guidelines state I should drink 1.4-1.6 litres of water each day. As a busy mumboss with 2 young kids, and a ton of deadlines to meet, in reality, I drink far less. Or make that, I used to drink far less...
These tasty, filling fish cakes skew the usual fare so often made with potatoes and have egg and spelt in the mixture instead. I like to add fresh red chilli into mine and my husband's but you can of co...
I think it's wonderful to get kids cooking in the kitchen from a young age. Whether that's getting them washing spuds as a tot or stirring cake mixture, learning to cook and bake will set them up for life. For recipe ideas, tips and facts, I can't recommend enough Jenny Chandler's book, Cool Kids Cook.
This delicious, filling dish is ideal to cook up at the start of the week before freezing to be eaten whenever you feel like it or equally makes a perfect weekend dish for
Hi guys, I'm excitingly working with Simply Beef and Lamb on their Live Peasant challenge and if you missed my first post in this meaty mini series then please head over to see the hearty, healthy and filling Lamb, Vegetable and Lentil Soup with Cabbage.
We love making midweek hearty meals here, those which we can cook up in a batch on the weekend or a Monday morning, freeze and then feed the hungry household throughout the week. One tray or one pot meals save time, are economical and make life easier for we busy parents who simply want filling, healthy, delicious food with minimum fuss and mess.
This fragrant, healthy and vegan dish is one of my favourites-perfect in all seasons, I use seasonal vegetables and the chilli kick really gives it warmth and bite. Easy to assemble, this is ready quickly and the kids too gobble it up (sans chilli)!
As I mentioned in December 2015 (that seems so long ago now)! 2016 is the year of the collaboration for me, and that it is!
The whole family are salmon-lovers here so this is our go-to dinner at least once a week and particularly on the weekend.
Tucking into a big bowl of warm crumble is the ultimate autumn treat!
Last week saw a childhood dream come true when I presented three short features for ITV's breakfast show 'Good Morning Britain', with my pieces broadcast last Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
We love a posh fish finger sandwich here- tasty, filling, oh so moorish- oozing with that tangy tartare sauce, it really hits the spot. The perfect fare for a lazy weekend brunch and one of these ciabatta hunks with a cup of Rooibos tea and the Sunday Times really makes me happy.
I've always been a huge prawn fan - it's one of my favourite seafoods - so Peter and I indulged in one of our signature dishes recently - prawn risotto with garlic, chilli and spring onions so I thought I would share the recipe for this week's #tastytuesdays feature.
I love these first days of spring. The weather is mild enough that lengthy walks around the Yorkshire countryside don't result in frostbite, yet the air is still crisp and we return reinvigorated and as always, ready to eat!