The kids and I love roasting this festive icon. Chestnuts have a great texture that works well in salads or with vegetables. It’s a lovely activity for a December Saturday afternoon.
This simple pasta dish was inspired by a trip Paul and I took to Florence for New Year’s Eve. It’s a deeply earthy dish that is easy to make and feels very decadent to eat. A good combination of less effort, more joy.
This vegetarian dish feels decadent but it’s actually packed full of nutrition. If you’ve been unsure about tackling the tough outer skin of autumn squashes this recipe has a trick that makes it super easy.
Sausage Casserole is a one-pot family staple that’s full of fibre, 3 B-vitamins and protein which all help our mental and physical brain health. Simple to make with affordable ingredients.
A jacket potato is a nutritional gem that helps maintain your physical and mental health. In uncertain times this familiar comfort food is a must.
When cooking apples are plentiful (and free from my Dad’s trees) I make this dessert that is a crumble with more bite! Canadian flavours smothered in British custard makes me happy.
This easy dish is a crispy delight to eat whilst doing your body lots of good. A great alternative to a traditional Sunday dinner.
As the name suggests, Hot and Sticky Mongolian beef has an addictive balance of heat and sweet. It’s also packed full of iron which is an essential part of my nutrition plan to manage my mental health.
This iron and fibre-packed chowder is a bright comfort food that brings some Mexican sunshine to a chilly night.