Our latest recipes

  • Cherry Tomato and Mint Pesto Tart

  • It's finally March, and for me there is one very exciting thing about this month - we are moving back to Summer Time!So us Londoners should be getting two hours more of sunlight by the end of the month. I think I have had enough of warm cosy nights spent sipping a warm cup of coffee/cacao und[...]
  • Vegan Gratin Dauphinois

  • After the festive atmosphere of the holidays, January is not exactly the most exciting month of the year: between the cold, short days and going back to work (did we mention the flu?), we both felt like comfort food! So, contrary to all good intentions and health resolutions for the New Year,[...]
  • Winter Citrus Salad

  • Ever since I saw the mouthwatering cover photo of this beautiful recipe book, The Jewelled Kitchen, I've been impatiently waiting for the blood orange season to create a gorgeous citrus salad of my own. Now this salad barely requires a recipe, having so few ingredients, but I hope it will give you [...]
  • Apricot Praline Truffles

  • I love truffles (the chocolate kind). Maybe because they force you to enjoy chocolate in bite-sized pieces, one at a time, instead of mechanically snapping pieces off a slab? I also love that you can be creative with truffles - my favourite part: finishing them off with a dusty layer of powdered[...]
  • Rosemary Butternut Soup

  • My favourite way to cook butternut is diced -rubbed with olive oil, salt and pepper - and roasted in the oven. This brings out the sweet caramelised butternut flavour, with a tinge of earthiness. On those days when I can't think of what to make for dinner, I add a few red peppers, rosemary and a[...]
  • Chai Apple Mini Flapjacks

  • Is there a scent you love to wake up to? Like the smell of freshly ground coffee, or maybe the whiff of croissants when walking by the bakery? On crisp November mornings, my favourites are the warm notes of a spiced Chai Latte and sweet maple drizzled oat porridge. While the smell of c[...]
  • Focaccia With Cauliflower Crust

  • If there is one thing I really miss in London, it is Italian bread: you see, while they may not be as self-sufficient as a French baguette, Italian breads seem specifically designed to complement a rich pesto or tomato sauce and become the perfect sneaky snack food. Of these 'snack breads', m[...]
  • Quinoa Wild Rice Salad

  • I find there is a stark contrast between autumn food and London in autumn: while the fall harvest brings beautiful colours to our plates, the city is as grey, foggy and rainy as ever. Which of course inspires us to bring even more colour to our food. Our salads are always the result of a lengt[...]
  • Quinoa Lentil Autumn Salad

  • For a few months now, I have been greeted by colourful rows of neatly packed summer berries as I enter the grocery store - and I never resist the temptation to fill my basket with at least a box of deep red strawberries. Did you know most supermarkets follow the same layout, with fresh produce a[...]
  • Butternut Lemon Thyme Risotto

  • Fall makes me think of saffron, butternut, ginger, and a warm bowl of steaming, creamy risotto. This afternoon we were trying to decide between two of our favourite meals for dinner: butternut soup or risotto? We decided to combine the two in a grated butternut, ginger and miso infused risotto[...]