The Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook

We discovered Salma Hage’s inspiring recipes from the Middle East a few years back when we got her first cookbook: The Lebanese Kitchen – which is one of our favourites Lebanese cookbook. The recipes are practical and absolutely delicious, with layers of ingredients, aromas, textures and flavours of Europe and the Middle East turning into light mezze dishes, […]

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A Girl And Her Greens by April Bloomfield

April Bloomfield is unarguably a true chef who learned her trade all the way up in some of the world’s great restaurants, such as the well-known River Café or Chez Panisse. This means her food is a combination of simple Italian (think simple ingredients at their best) and classic British. Her first book, A Girl and her Pig […]

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Crafters Q&A – Salad Pride with David Bez

When one thinks quick and healthy lunch, the first word that comes to mind is “salad”. But then, salads found in shops are often boring, and to eating that every day… ermmm no! But if you put your mind to it, a salad can be a blank canvas for unlimited possibilities, all prettier and tastier than each other. If […]

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Forest fruits, pistachio & coconut cake

Rainy Sunday afternoons are definitely a great “excuse” for baking cakes. It’s relaxing, fun, and totally rewarding. Today we’ve tried out a delightful Middle Eastern inspired recipe by Honey & Co. It’s such an easy recipe that can be made without flour or sugar, and the results… mind blowing! Just so you know, their book is on massive […]

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Roasted cauliflower with lentils and tahini

Looking for something simple, fresh and exotic for your dinner? Here’s our choice this week, a wonderful combination of grilled cauliflower and lentils – two unlikely companions – turned into an amazing mix of flavours you won’t easily forget! This salad has it all: crunchy bread, earthy lentils, nutty tahini and zesty lemon – everything needed to […]

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All roads lead to Hummus

Is there someone who doesn’t like hummus? Seriously? This millennia old concoction is an absolute classic and a necessary ingredient for life, and it’s fair to say there are as many variations of hummus as there are cooks. No one really knows who invented it, but this delicate and gooey mix of chickpeas, olive oil, […]

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Tenderstem broccoli, tofu and furikake

We love simple and tasty food that anyone can do at home in minutes. Here is exactly one of those recipes – ideal when you’re tired and just in need for a quick Asian fix. The star ingredient is furikake – a Japanese mix of dried goodness (sesame seeds, salt, seaweed & more) meant to […]

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