I’m sorry that I’ve only just got around to blogging about the launch of A Lot On Her Plate. Suffice to say it’s been a ridiculously hectic month since the book launched on the 23rd April, and I was in the kitchen at Carousel (blog to follow) all week straight afterwards, which was an incredible,…
I’m so excited to share this next new video recipe on our new A Lot On Her Plate Channel. As some of you will remember, I got so obsessed with French Dip when I went to LA that I came back to London and started a short-lived French Dip stall on Brixton Market.
Hello and welcome to the new look blog, which has been given a much-needed springtime redesign. I hope you’ll now find the site cleaner and easier to use, as well as a bit more responsive and engaging. Do let me know if you have any comments about how I can improve it further!
You will need: 2 free range organic eggs 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 2 crumpets 1 tbsp unsalted butter 200g spinach leaves, washed FOR THE NEW HOLLANDAISE: 4 tbsp full fat natural yoghurt 1 tbsp tahini Pinch of sea salt 2 tsps lemon juice 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil TO GARNISH: The green…
It’s been a really busy start to the year, writing and food styling while also trying to think of ways to promote A Lot On Her Plate the cookbook, which is coming out in April, now just around the corner! Watch this space for information on up and coming supper clubs and events to coincide with the launch, I am VERY excited. Don’t forget you can pre-order your copy here on amazon already. Also, I’m doing a spring supper above Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in London.
After the calorific onslaught of Christmas (I like gravy on my gravy), I always try to make a few healthy, lighter choices when I can in January. To kick-start this I’ll try and cook up a batch of really good chicken stock that I can dip into for fast, warming and nutritious low-cal soups as-and-when.
Happy New Year! Here’s a delightful cheesecake recipe for you to say thanks for all your wonderful support in 2014, and to look forward to a tasty 2015 together. It’s almost time to dust-down your favourite healthy recipes and get cracking on that January help-me-feel-better-about-scoffing-twenty-seven-mince-and-drinking-everyday regime, but for one final foray into indulgence before you start to be all ‘New year, New you’, here’s a simple and sumptuous cheesecake recipe.
One of the biggest things I love about the weekend is having the chance to cook a proper breakfast or brunch for me and my boyfriend. This is one of my go-to weekend brunch dishes. It’s such a lovely, satisfying way to start the weekend, especially if you’ve been guilty of overindulging on the Friday night and are in need of something filling and restorative to sort out those fluctuating blood sugar levels.