Smoked Salmon has such a fantastic flavour you don’t need much more to make this pasta dish sing. It’s somehow light and comforting at the same time.
One of my depression-fighting favourites is salmon and tinned salmon still has the nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Tinned Salmon Fishcakes are a great way to use up leftover mash.
Heart Health Week is a chance to remind ourselves how important it is to look after our hearts. This post is full of tasty ways to get heart-friendly foods into your diet.
This easy dish is a crispy delight to eat whilst doing your body lots of good. A great alternative to a traditional Sunday dinner.
This elegant and delicious cod dish is ready in 15 minutes. A bit of chopping and 7 minutes in the oven and it’s ready to serve with vegetables or salsa.
My love-affair with salmon continues with this ode to Canada and its majestic fish. Baked Maple Salmon is as beautiful as it is delicious and very simple to cook.
Tins and jars can make the most delicious pasta sauce in the same time it takes for the pasta to cook. Anchovies are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids which are necessary for heart and brain health.
Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Salmon is one of my favourite ways to give my iron levels a boost. The balsamic dressing has a great consistency and sweet, tangy flavour.
There is so much to love about these mixer bowls. Everyone can choose their own colourful ingredients and they’re full of nutrition. You have most of the ingredients in your cupboards and fridge.
Cod with Horseradish Peas and Crushed Potatoes sounds posh but it’s really just fish and chips! Simple steps put together beautifully make this wonderful dish.