Quinoa Salad by the Founder of Planet Organic, Renée Elliott.
It's great to welcome Laura Clark again as part of her regular column for me: Live Smart Be Healthy. I know all you new mothers and fathers will find her advice invaluable.
Photo Credit: Chris O'Donavan Welcome to Wonderful Women, my regular feature celebrating all the kick-ass, inspirational ladies out there. This week, it's an honour to speak to the formidable Natasha Corrett of Honestly Healthy. One of the UK's top veget...
Welcome to the latest 'Who's The Daddy', a collection of guests posts from some of my favourite Daddy Bloggers.
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!
If you like your food spicy then this is the dish for you! Full of bold and complex flavours, it's guaranteed to send your taste buds into overdrive.
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!
I try to eat vegan several times a week. Earlier this year, I embraced a full time vegan diet for just over a month and felt amazing as a result.
Curry is one of this family's favourite dishes and this vegan chickpea curry is a winner here-our favourite Friday night meal.
The whole family are salmon-lovers here so this is our go-to dinner at least once a week and particularly on the weekend.
Peter, my husband is utterly obsessed with Thai food and although I can't eat the nut sauces in many of the dishes I do love how fresh, fragrant and flavoursome Thai is.
As the cold winter nights creep in, it can be tempting to throw your healthy diet out the window in favour of hearty grub and well....stodge basically.
Preparing and cooking a healthy, home made family meal every evening is no easy feat for us busy parents is it?!
I hate the notion that all curries are unhealthy. Sure there are a few restaurants and take aways that use excessive amounts of ghee and oil, but I genuinely think they are the exception. Where I live in Yorkshire there are so many wonderful Indian restaurants, especially in the near by cities of Leeds and Bradford.
What makes your house a home? For me, it's the family dinner and the whole clan gathering around the kitchen table for a hearty home cooked meal. Food always has and always will bring all the boys to the yard. My boys anyway ;)
We're pretty obsessed with smoothies in this household.
My husband Peter doesn't eat meat but loves Caesar dressing, so as an alternative to chicken we like use salmon, which is healthier and also robust enough to stand up to the strong tasting Caesar flavour.