I got to love fried green bananas after eating them for breakfast every day while working on a medical project in the Amazon jungle.
Simple to make and packed with health-boosting antioxidants.
Posh pot noodles to take to work – all you need is a spoon and some boiling water.
"If I were to choose just one thing we could all do in order to be healthier and feel more energised, to have a better relationship with food and with our...
These gluten-free biscuits are not cooked at high temperatures, but are dehydrated instead (or cooked in a low oven) to retain flavour and nutrients.
This smoothie bowl is deliciously beautiful for breakfast. And, it’s fresh and sugar free. The borage flowers and leaves add the freshness of cucumber to the bowl.
This lunchtime version includes raw celeriac, lemon juice and olive oil to give it a more savoury slant, but retains a delicious sweetness from the apple.
Dukkah is a tempting mix of bashed nuts and spices. In this simple dish, it’s soaked with preserved lemon, olive oil and lemon juice, then tossed with grated raw...
If you are after something light for lunch or dinner, these floral spring rolls may be perfect for you.
A traditional sponge cake, which is as light and lovely as you may remember from childhood, with a sensual attraction in all those blooms.
You can grind your own spices for this generous, all-in-one rice dish, or use a good ready-made curry paste for an easy option.
As a New South Welshperson, I may be struck down for not calling these ‘potato cakes’ or ‘potato fritters’, as they do in other parts of Australia.
While these two fruity fritters were once the only dessert offerings at fish and chip shops around the nation, my fondest memory of them was from the local drive...