Eating with the seasons – Autumn
Autumn begins with equinox when the night time is equally long as daytime, when yin starts to take over yang.Read more.
Late summer sweetcorn soup
Corn on the hob is the best representation of late summer season – it’s sweet, yellow and stimulates digestion. ItRead more.
Eating with the seasons: Late summer
Late summer, also referred to as ‘Indian Summer’, is correlated with Earth element. This is the time when often theRead more.
Avocado, glorious avocado! It is renowned for all its goodness and nutritional value and highly prized for the mousse-like textureRead more.
Asparagus & mint risotto
Quick! Make the most of asparagus season whilst it lasts! This recipe will, hopefully, show you that making risotto isRead more.
What is it like to change nutritional habits?
A couple of months ago I have finalised a year-long study on behaviour change in nutrition for my MSc thesis.Read more.
Cooking from scratch is time-consuming
Imagine coming back late from work, hungry. You open the fridge and the cupboards only to realise there isn’t muchRead more.
Red onion & goat’s cheese tart
Hello! My life has been very busy lately due to long working hours, visitors and trips, and, as a result,Read more.
Chickpeas, chorizo & pimentón
Spring is just round the corner and it always brings more green and lightness to my food. However, although theRead more.
Moving with the seasons
This may come as a surprise but even for me life is not all about food As much as I getRead more.
Celeriac: Unsung hero of January
I genuinely love vegetables, not just because they are supposed to be good for you, but also because they are soRead more.
Chemicals and us
We come in contact with a cocktail of chemicals every single day and yet most of them have never beenRead more.