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Matcha Cashew & Coconut Bites

Matcha Cashew & Coconut Bites

Matcha Challenge The last two weeks I’ve been doing a #matchachallenge with Teapigs. This involved taking the recommended daily dose of matcha (1g / ½ tsp ) each day to see how it makes you feel. I’ve written about matcha at some length here and here. To sum it up, matcha is a super-power whole leaf green tea,… 

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Book Review: Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s Practical Pantry, by Cathy Barrow

Today I welcome a guest post – a book review – to the blog from Mary-Denise Smith.  Mary-Denise runs mdWordsmith a copyediting and proofreading service for food writers and bloggers, though she also loves to write about food herself.  Despite Mary-Denise being based near Washington DC, we met at Food Blogger Connect in London 2012, and have stayed… 

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Recent Posts

Red Snapper Curry with Fenugreek & Lime

Red Snapper Curry with Fenugreek & Lime

Lighten up Happy New Year! Hope you all had a wonderful break. I am so glad to be back in the kitchen cooking something other than mince pies again! For the last couple of years I rolled out the new year on the blog with a post about resolutions – namely food resolutions. Two years… 

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Deconstructed Nutella!

Roasted Hazelnuts with Cacao Nibs

Deconstructed Nutella ™  Last weekend fellow SE London healthy blogger Jessica and I ran a Christmas inspired stall at Brockley Christmas Market. We had mince pies, Christmas cake, Christmas truffles (recipes are all in my new ebook - see below for more info),  Christmas granola, DIY hot chocolate packs, and what I like to call ‘deconstructed nutella’ snack packs…. 

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Bread, Quiche and a Berry Tart from Noglu

A Natural Chef in Paris

My trip to Paris last week came at a time when I was suffering from writer’s block. I’m never short of a few words, but I felt like I was just going through the process of stringing words together to describe my recipes – recipes that had been devised for other purposes, a brand, a… 

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TIPS

Tips for food bloggers

The end of the year seems to be the right time to reflect on the past year, focusing on the triumphs, less on the failures and sharing any wisdom learnt. Nearly two years ago, I wrote a post offering some tips on things I’d learnt in my first 18 months of blogging, and I’m so happy… 

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