Autumn is starting to creep in, and this simple and thrifty mushroom barley risotto is so right for the colder evenings. Barley is currently about a quarter of the price of risotto rice, and has loads more fibre. Maybe it … Continue reading
Pumpkin spice has become ubiquitous at this time of year, and I hold my hands up and admit that until this year I had never had pumpkin spiced anything. I was determined to rectify that, but with one proviso: whatever … Continue reading
Meat free and flavourful Hello! I’m Anyonita, author of a gluten free food blog, and today I’ll be sharing an easy dinner recipe that’s full of sweet roasted veggies and totally indulgent halloumi cheese. We used to be big meat … Continue reading
I love a good scone, but truth be told, I am always a bit disappointed when I make them myself. I collated a load of recipes last year from friends when I was doing my afternoon tea fundraiser, but the … Continue reading
via GIPHY This post has been scheduled because right now I should be recovering from neurosurgery. Back in February I went for an eye test; no reason to need one, I just realised I hadn’t been for ages. So long … Continue reading
Summertime is here and the lure of the picnic is strong. But how many times has your picnic turned into a disappointing mess with warm salad and squashed sandwiches? Here’s my tips for the perfect, stress free picnic.
Whenever I want sweet stuff, my first instinct is to bake, so this month I have been stepping away from the flour and sugar and trying to get my sweet kicks elsewhere. My no-bake dessert pots were heavenly, so now … Continue reading
The ploughman’s lunch is a great British tradition- albeit one dreamed up only last century by a pub company to sell more meals. For me, a ploughman’s lunch conjures up beer gardens, holidays and pints of real ale. Trying to … Continue reading