A Vegetarian Burns Night – Not So Offal Haggis

January 25, Burns Night, marks the annual celebration of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns. It’s generally a very meaty celebration, but you can enjoy a delicious Vegetarian Burns Night too. Robbie Burns’ is a legend in Scotland as well as further afield. His huge volume of work includes ‘Auld Lang Syne’ and every year his fans celebrate with a special Read More…

Beef and Ale Stew – A Traditional British Recipe

It’s one of those magical, misty mornings here in the south of England. A light fog gently dips over the trees and you really can’t see the sky for clouds. There’s a damp chill in the air and I find myself craving multiple cups of steaming hot tea. I know that my family will be looking forward Read More…

Parsnip Topped Vegetable Pot Pies

I first published this recipe for Parsnip Topped Vegetable Pot Pies last January but it’s too good not to share again! It’s an easy, nutrient dense way to help you incorporate vegetarian meals in your family’s diet. The filling is full of tasty vegetables and the crispy parsnip rosti topping makes these wonderful pot pies pure comfort Read More…

Easy Brie Basil and Tomato Strata Recipe

The first time I had this luscious Brie Basil and Tomato Strata was on a sunny July morning at my cousins’ house near Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada. It was a beautiful morning, the coffee was hot and fresh, and I was among some of my favourite people in the world. Things got even better Read More…

Curried Mango Chicken Recipe

My Curried Mango Chicken is an easy recipe the whole family will love. My family is funny about spicy food. Some of us like mild spice, some of us like ‘it’s so hot there’s steam coming out my ears’ spice, and some of us are really not sure about spice at all. My Curried Mango Chicken Read More…