The bare bones about bone broth? Not only does it contain minerals & amino acids such a collagen, but our bodies benefit from every part of it. Sometimes referred to as “nature’s multivitamin’ (1), bone broth contain nutrients that support digestive functions, immunity (a traditional cold & flu remedy as it contains an amino acid… Continue reading Brew a Bone Broth & A ‘No Bones About It’ Veggie Broth
To balance blood sugar and stabilise sugar cravings, this smoothie will help you to ditch your sugary or salty snack addiction and get onto the path of healthier eating. Double this for two smoothies per day – one with breakfast and one for an afternoon snack. The oats add a bit of protein and slow… Continue reading Blood Sugar Balancing Smoothie
Not only is it ‘Tis the season for Christmas, but the change in weather also means an influx of colds and flu, sneezing, snivels, and lots of it. It definitely means the need for a lot of warming soups and stews, and there isn’t one more perfect to make than Grandmom’s Chicken Soup. Using my… Continue reading Chicken Soup… more than just for the soul!
January Apples, Beetroot, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Celeriac, Celery, Chicory, Jerusalem Artichokes, Kale, Leeks, Mushrooms, Onions, Parsnips, Pears, Spring Greens, Spring Onions, Squash, Swedes, Turnips. February Apples, Beetroot, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Celeriac, Chicory, Jerusalem Artichokes, Kale, Leeks, Mushrooms, Onions, Parsnips, Pears, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Spring Greens, Spring Onions, Squash, Swedes. March Artichoke, Beetroot, Cabbage,… Continue reading What’s in Season? Fruit & Veg to eat right now!
Frittata is the Italian version of a quiche, minus the crust! An easy meal to throw together with any veggies hanging out in the fridge, plus a cast iron pan goes from stovetop to oven to table in a flash. Can be eaten hot or cold, which is great for healthy, on-the-go meals to school… Continue reading Veggie Frittata
This amazing, autumnal garden veg can turn your bolognese into a healthier, gluten and grain free version! A longtime fav amongst Americans, this squash tastes and acts like ordinary spaghetti. Keep it simple lightly sautéed with a bit of garlic and grated Parmesan cheese, add it cold in a salad, or top with your… Continue reading Spaghetti without the Spaghetti?
A warming welcome to Autumn!