This recipe is from What to Eat and How to Eat It: 99 Super Ingredients for a Healthy Life by Renée Elliott.
The big V-day is almost upon us and this year, Peter and I will be switching the fancy restaurants for a romantic night in. They say a way to a man's heart is through his stomach so this Valentine's Day ...
My husband Peter doesn't eat meat, so at home, fish and veggies are our go-to dishes. Cod is one of my favourite fishes. With its subtle yet delicious flavour, and firm, flakey texture, it goes perfectly with oriental-influenced ingredients such as noodles and pak-choi.
I'm a huge fan of fish finger sandwiches. They were one of my favourite childhood treats but as I got older I became more and more intolerant to gluten which meant I couldn't indulge as much as I liked.
Coming to the end of nursing if you've breastfed can be an emotional time. I know it was for me.
We're a household of fish and seafood lovers here and one of our favourite recipes is this mouth watering prawn and salmon teriyaki broth with noodles.
Last Sunday saw this family head to our closest Iceland in Kirkstall, Leeds for a BIG weekly shop, and while we were there, I made a vlog taking you around the store and showing you what went in our haul. EVERYTHING comes to mind!
This is one of my all time favourite recipes. So fresh and delicious, it really does taste as flavoursome as it looks. In fact, just a few weeks ago when I shared a picture of this dish on my Facebook page, I was met with multiple requests to post the recipe.
Je t'aime Aubaine with all my French-loving heart, a restaurant I frequented as a filmmaker pre-blogging days, and one I've had the pleasure of review in my guise here as a foodie blogger come restaurant critic (and the rest)!
We were so incredibly lucky to eat the most delicious food at Beaches Resorts Ocho Rios in Jamaica when we reviewed the resort recently, that I just had to share this stunning Jamaican dish of Escoveitched Fish we loved there, rustled up by Executive Chef Junior Frances, here, left with chef Lemar Lawrence.
So thanks to Hannah of Mums Days who recently spoilt me with several gifts for my birthday, one being the book Eat Pretty, I have quit chicken and am eating, well, everything to make me feel (and hopefully) look my best.
If you caught my earlier post you'll know it's back to healthy eating for me after a summer of indulgence so I'm kicking things off with Grilled Salmon & Blanched Asparagus.
As those who follow this blog know, I'm a total foodie, inevitable with parents and a brother who own four award winning restaurants between them, yet like everyone else, I often still struggle with dinner inspiration through the week and knowing what to cook for dinner.
The usual meat to make kebabs is lamb or pork. Of course other meats such as beef, offal, poultry, fish as well as shellfish make super kebabs. Here is my delicious chicken kebab recipe with tomato dressing, marinated in olive oil, lemon juice and herbs to bring out the mediterranean flavours. This is a healthy dish and can be served with a crispy Greek salad.
We are massive fish fans in this house and this is a quick, easy, family favourite often rustled up on a weekend; pure sunshine on a plate-'happy food' we call it, tasty and good for you too-your heart, vision and brain!
These tasty and easy to make crab cakes often feature on the specials board at my parents' three restaurants The Olive Tree in Leeds. My son Oliver loves making them with his Grandad, they're fun and fairly healthy too!
Ok so he's not really a baby at 2 and 4 months but I have been a Mama to 3 amazing kids and a toddler this week-and I've loved every minute!
Ahhh...the detox! I first did Carol Vorderman's famous detox diet when I was 21, it was all the rage back then and everyone was doing it. And yes my skin radiated like I was, erm, 21 (BECAUSE I WAS) and yes, I had boundless energy and could party all night long but that's probably because you've guessed it, I was 21.