...how we cook, reflects something significant about who we are, how we feel and what we might need.
Forgaging for your dinner, delicious, cheap and healthy too!
... As part of my personal practice, each spring I undertake an Ayurvedic detox diet, which means eating Mung Bean Dahl for roughly ten days...
Being able to get together with members of my community that would otherwise pass me by, gives me a monthly boost!
WHEN I RULE THE WORLD, the first thing I will do is exchange 'Bake Off' for a programme called 'Baking With'...
Fermentation is quite rightly back in fashion. The resourcefulness, the timelessness and the earthy satisfaction from taking up this ancient art in our kitchens of today, touches us all, at a gutral place in our soul.
For many years I have been collecting citric acid ready to make elderflower cordial, eversoeasy as everyone says, but somehow the time to make this summer treat eluded me.
Kitchen Therapy’s first cookery course that combines her unique blend of nurture balanced with nutrition.
A few days (actually nearly 2 weeks) later than anticipated the mung bean feast of the January Detox begins.
Mung Dhal January brings the opportunity to make a fresh start, and for me, a clearing out of larder, cupboards, head and heart.
With a busy day to juggle, the kitchen could offer a rewardingly good excuse for the practice of mindfulness – an edible meditation.
For a number of reasons, I am delighted to get Christmas over and get on with the new year, bringing with it the promise of more sunlight.
Black Forest Gateaux is my better half’s favourite, and its pretty up there in cake rating for me too
Having harvested the fields (supermarkets neighbour’s garden) I’ve put together as much substance as I could find and think of,
When I cook, I like to think of the character, the nature and qualities of the dish, what it is they would like to say,