This soup is simple but full of warm flavour. Serves four. Ingredients 2 tbls olive oil Small butternut squash (about 600g) – peeled, deseeded and cut into 1.5cm cubes Small onion, shopped 2 garlic cloves, crush 2cm of fresh finger, peeled and grated 1 red chilli, deseeded and chopped 1.5 litres vegetable stock Chopped coriander… Read More Roast Butternut Squash & Ginger Soup
This simple slow cooked Cypriot pork casserole is flavoured with red wine and coriander. I have read several versions of the recipe and seen some serious discussions on what is authentic or not hence being clear it is MY version and I’m NOT Cypriot! I served it with a simple tomato, olive and feta salad… Read More My Pork Afelia
I love an alcoholic drink as much as the next person but only if they’re served properly and some thought and effort has been put in to making them. Necking volume is pointless just like eating vast quantities of an “eat as much as you can” buffet which normally ignores quality and taste. This premiss… Read More Sensible drinkers give the barkeep their recipe
This is a nice combo inspired by a range of countries and recipes. Instead of a writing it out in full I’ve done some descriptions to follow along with any references and inspirations. Souvlaki – this is a greek classic often served by street vendors or in cafes. Keep it simple by marinading the meat… Read More Souvlaki, Kale Salad & Salsa Verde
You can read loads of things about the good and bad aspects of coffee. All I know is I like it but if I have too much I can tell! So when I first started being healthy I cut it out all together but then realised how much I miss it and like most things… Read More Coffee – quality not quantity.