Recipe – Vietnamese lemongrass soup with ginger pork meatballs and rice noodles

I love a good Asian broth. I think I could eat Asian food all the time and I honestly wouldn’t get sick of it. The good thing about it is it’s generally gluten free which works well for me and I love the light and refreshing flavours you get particularly with Vietnamese food. Another bonus…… Continue reading Recipe – Vietnamese lemongrass soup with ginger pork meatballs and rice noodles

Recipe – Pink Pickled Onions

If you know, you know. Pink pickled onions rock and pretty much go with everything if you fancy them. They are crunchy, acidic and a beautiful pink so easily a winner with impressing friends or adding a little pink to your meal. This recipe was inspired by one of Thomasina Mier’s Wahaca cookbooks – Mexican…… Continue reading Recipe – Pink Pickled Onions

Recipe – Summer salad of peas, edamame, feta, cashew and mint

The warm weather has arrived (although not sure how long it will stay this time) and BBQ’s have been happening all over Brighton in home gardens, parks and of course our pebbly beach. One thing I love about BBQ’s are the exciting salads you can bring which are so fresh and vibrant and full of…… Continue reading Recipe – Summer salad of peas, edamame, feta, cashew and mint

My Local Diary: April 2017

Well, I had a LOT of good food in April let me put it this way. There is no wonder that by the end of the month I called a reset onto myself and decided to give up drinking, sugar, grains and dairy to try and make myself feel normal again! It was a great…… Continue reading My Local Diary: April 2017

Review: River Cottage Canteen, Axminster

If you have read my previous post about Trill Farm, you would know the main reason of my trip to the countryside was to visit River Cottage HQ but was disappointed to find that when we arrived, we weren’t able to just go and have a look around as we weren’t booked on a course…… Continue reading Review: River Cottage Canteen, Axminster

Top reasons why you need to visit Trill Farm in Devon, England

A love of mine since I arrived in England has been River Cottage. For those of you who don’t know what River Cottage is, it started as a project set up by chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingsall who moved out of the city to the country to start a self sufficient farm on the border of Devon…… Continue reading Top reasons why you need to visit Trill Farm in Devon, England

My Local Diary – March 2017

Yup another late post, I have been quite busy again! Last week I had 8 days off work to travel around the countryside and London and it’s been lovely… More of that later down the line though. This is all about March. March begun on the Eurostar to Paris where I have just posted about…… Continue reading My Local Diary – March 2017