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Greek basil quinoa salad + tamari chicken

Greek basil quinoa salad + tamari chicken

Another delicious gluten-free quinoa salad perfect for the warm season. Made with only few ingredients, but full of flavor thanks to the use of herbs and spices. Ingredients For the salad 1/2 cup quinoa 1/2 cup black & red quinoa 15 cherry tomatoes 4-6  spring […]

10 ideas to super-charge your salad for springtime

10 ideas to super-charge your salad for springtime

Springtime is now here, and with the warm weather comes the need to detox from the heavier and mostly cooked winter meals and favor more raw and fresh ingredients. This is a simple and easy way to instantly add more nutrients and health benefits to […]

Balsamic chicken with roasted tomatoes, broccoli & asparagus Parmesan salad

Balsamic chicken with roasted tomatoes, broccoli & asparagus Parmesan salad

A lovely, easy to do family dinner, that everybody will love. Any leftover from the main meal, can be re-used in easy to do recipes the next day to save time in the kitchen and maximise your food shopping. Ingredients 1 packet of free range […]

Semi-wholewheat rigatoni with mushrooms ragu’ (bolognese sauce)

Semi-wholewheat rigatoni with mushrooms ragu’ (bolognese sauce)

A healthier version of the classic “Bolognese” souce, aka Italian ragu. Made with semi-wholewheat rigatoni pasta, and super charged by lots of mushrooms and less mince meat, this pasta is quite balanced in its carbs,proteins and fibers for a longer filling sensation and a smaller […]

Potatoes gnocchi with olives, sundried tomatoes & rocket pesto

Potatoes gnocchi with olives, sundried tomatoes & rocket pesto

A vegan & gluten-free super quick but comforting recipe ready in less than 10 min! Pestos are are really easy to make and a great way to use up your leftovers. There is no need to buy the shop made ones that are going to […]


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Have you reached your plateau? Try this….

Have you reached your plateau? Try this….

This is one of the most common complaint I received from my clients and friends alike: I have managed to lose weight but cannot shift the last stubborn few pounds. What shall I do? The scenario might sounds familiar. You have managed to get you […]

Greek basil quinoa salad + tamari chicken

Greek basil quinoa salad + tamari chicken

Another delicious gluten-free quinoa salad perfect for the warm season. Made with only few ingredients, but full of flavor thanks to the use of herbs and spices. Ingredients For the salad 1/2 cup quinoa 1/2 cup black & red quinoa 15 cherry tomatoes 4-6  spring […]

10 ideas to super-charge your salad for springtime

10 ideas to super-charge your salad for springtime

Springtime is now here, and with the warm weather comes the need to detox from the heavier and mostly cooked winter meals and favor more raw and fresh ingredients.

This is a simple and easy way to instantly add more nutrients and health benefits to your salads even ready made shop bought ones. You can also add some raw vegetables to your cous-cous and quinoa salads. My next blog post will be about spicing up your salads with some different healthy seasonings, so stay tuned!

  • Celery. Try it  finely sliced to add shop prepared salad, to add crunchiness, texture and nutrients. Rich in fibers and detox friendly.
  • Peppers. Rich in Vitamin C, peppers add a distinctive taste, fibers and more filling power.
  • Spring onions. Great in both Mediterranean and Asian style salads, they instantly add flavour to any meal.
  • Radish. A little powerhouse of nutrients, it helps the liver and stimulate the digestive system.
  • Baby cucumber. Sweeter than the regular one, you can find it in shops the sell Middle Eastern foods. Rich in potassium, some vitamin B and rich in anti-inflammatories.
  • Broad beans. Rich in proteins, they are a great addition to any green salads, Try them with a baby potatoes, green beans and cos lettuce salad for a nice change.
  • Fennel. Delicate and rich in fibers, it add a unique taste to any salad. Great with fish, and combined with grapefruit and rocket.
  • Rocket. A real super-green, nutrients rich, salad leaf with a strong taste. A great alternative to spinach and kale with its lower oxalate content.
  • Strawberries. Amazing with simple rocket or baby spinach salads and some balsamic seasoning.
  • Grapefruit. Try them with fennel, or in a green salad to add variety and spice up your diet. Graet for a summer salad.

Remember a variety of colorful raw, vegetables and fruits is essential to bring not only vitamins and minerals to your diet, but also a incredible range of phytonutrients, which can be considered nature’s own medicines.

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Balsamic chicken with roasted tomatoes, broccoli & asparagus Parmesan salad

Balsamic chicken with roasted tomatoes, broccoli & asparagus Parmesan salad

A lovely, easy to do family dinner, that everybody will love. Any leftover from the main meal, can be re-used in easy to do recipes the next day to save time in the kitchen and maximise your food shopping. Ingredients 1 packet of free range […]

Semi-wholewheat rigatoni with mushrooms ragu’ (bolognese sauce)

Semi-wholewheat rigatoni with mushrooms ragu’ (bolognese sauce)

A healthier version of the classic “Bolognese” souce, aka Italian ragu. Made with semi-wholewheat rigatoni pasta, and super charged by lots of mushrooms and less mince meat, this pasta is quite balanced in its carbs,proteins and fibers for a longer filling sensation and a smaller […]

Potatoes gnocchi with olives, sundried tomatoes & rocket pesto

Potatoes gnocchi with olives, sundried tomatoes & rocket pesto

A vegan & gluten-free super quick but comforting recipe ready in less than 10 min! Pestos are are really easy to make and a great way to use up your leftovers. There is no need to buy the shop made ones that are going to sit in your cupboard, providing and easy temptation. When you make your pesto yourself, you can control the quality of the ingredients and avoid all the nastiness of the shop bought ones.

Prep time 10 min

Ingredients

  • 100 grams potatoes gnocchi
  • 3 sun-dried tomatoes
  • 4-5 black pitted olives
  • a handful of rocket leaves
  • a sprinkle of olive oil
  • black pepper
  • sea salt to taste

Method

  • Place the tomatoes, olives and rocket in a blender and blend until you get a smooth paste.
  • Cook the gnocchi according to the packet instruction and when ready mix with the paste and stir well, adding a sprinkle of olive oil and black pepper. Enjoy!
Raw chocolate & goji berries hearts

Raw chocolate & goji berries hearts

There is nothing more sexy than chocolate, and when Valentine comes I love the idea of making some chocolates myself. These raw chocolate & goji berries heart are brimming with health benefits and perfect for sweet Valentine surprise. Both raw chocolate and goji berries are […]

Chickpeas, avocado & spinach turmeric cous-cous

Chickpeas, avocado & spinach turmeric cous-cous

A gorgeous and nutrients rich vegan cous-cous recipe, ready in only 10 min. Great for lunch, dinner or lunch box. Ingredients 1 avocado a handful of spinach leaves 1/2 Romano pepper 1/2 chickpeas can (drained) a pinch of dried oregano 2-3 spring onions a dash […]

Almond milk: my pick of the best

Almond milk: my pick of the best

Everybody seems to be a bit diary intolerant these days, including me. Whether this depends on the farming conditions ( from antibiotic load, cattle stress hormones, grains feeding) or not, it is difficult to say, but if you feel that cow’s milk is a bit heavy to digest, almond milk can be a delicious alternative.

Once again though, it is not the main ingredient in itself that makes the difference (nuts instead of dairy), but the way the milk is produced. One thing is a homemade almond milk made from organic nuts, and one thing is an industrial made milk that contains 1% almonds, and a lot of additives likecarrageenan to their produce.

Other additives that I have seen in commercial brands of almond milk are stabilizers as locust bean gum and gellan gum. Are they safe? The most likely answer is that we don’t know much about them yet, but I would possibly stay clear.

Basically almond milk should be made of two or three things: almond, water and a natural sweetener depending on which type you buy. Here is my pick of the best:

Rude health. Almond drinkAs the name suggests, it also contains other ingredients and has a small percentage of almonds in it ( only 2%). The other ingredients are rice milk and sunflower oil, but everything is said to be organic and the taste is really delicious. It is the closest you can get to cow’s milk in terms of taste. My favourite. £ 1.99

Plenish organic almond milk.  A very good milk, made with only three ingredients: water, almond and sea salt. To keep in mind for those who need to keep salt under control. It contains 6% almonds. Very good price for its quality £ 2.49

Rude Health. Ultimate almond. One of the purest, it only contains almonds ( 8%) and water, nothing else. It is organic, and with a very strong nutty taste. Ideal for one of those winter warming, thick hot chocolate. £ 2.99

Ecomill. Original.One of the priciest, but also one of  the most delicious milks, it has a milder  and softer taste than the Ultimate almond. It is organic and contains 7% almonds, agave syrup, and corn maltodextrin form organic source. Maltodextrine is it actually a sugar, and although it comes from natural sources, it is actually processed. It is my second best for taste £ 2.99

Paleo foods. Unsweetened almond milk. Very good quality 9% almond content milk, made only with almond and water. It contains quite  lot of nuts, so not the best choice for those with nuts intolerance in the family. A bit pricey, but worth it. £ 3.99

Provamel. It is organic and contains only almonds ( 6.5%) water and agave syrup (3%).It has a good price for its quality and a very nice nutty flavor. Overall a very good balanced milk, with a very good value for quality £ 2.50

Blue diamond. Almond breezeGood price, and pleasant taste, but it is not organic and contains  additives and stabilizers. It contains,  2% almonds ( Californian), raw cane sugar and other ingredients: calcium carbonate, sea salt, sunflower lecithin, and carrageans. £ 1.50 

Alpro  is the least pure, in the sense that it contains a lot of added substance like: sugar, salt, tri-calcium phosphate, emulsifiers (sunflower lecithin) stabilizers (locust bean gum, gellan gum) and added vitamins. Only 2% almonds. £ 1.50

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Persimmon, walnuts & banana breakfast bowl

Persimmon, walnuts & banana breakfast bowl

More of a dessert, than a breakfast bowl, due to the deliciously natural sweetness of the persimmon. The contrast with the walnuts and the creaminess of the natural yogurt is great, while the banana add some body. To me it is perfect like that, with […]

Rice and quinoa spaghetti with raw spinach pesto

Rice and quinoa spaghetti with raw spinach pesto

This pasta, is absolutely delicious and gluten-free. The pesto is incredibly quick to make and full of goodness ready in 10 min! The pasta I have used is Bio-Fair and it has been a wonderful surprise, for its taste, and consistency. I have never really liked gluten-free pasta, […]

Salmon, chard, beetroot & heritage tomatoes salad.

Salmon, chard, beetroot & heritage tomatoes salad.

Just in time for your New Year detox, here is a NO cook salmon rainbow salad ready for those days when you have no time. but want to stock up on nutrients. Ready in 5 min.

Ready in 5 min

Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 2 fillet of ready made chili salmon
  • 1 ready to eat beetroots packet
  • 1 packet of super-greens salad (baby kale, baby spinach, baby chard)
  • 8-10 heritage cherry tomatoes
  • 1 small red onion
  • 2-3 basil leaves (optional)
  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • a dash of clementine juice (optional)

Method

Simply place the salad leaves, the cherry tomatoes cut in half, the beetroots drained and cut in chunks, the basil leaves and the onion finely sliced. Add the salmon and season with a sprinkle of olive oil and a dash of clementine juice. Fantastic!

 

Post-Christmas detox salad

Post-Christmas detox salad

A very much needed liver friendly post- Christmas salad. Green leaves that are part of the Brassica family like rocket mizuna, mustard greens, are rich in indoles which are believed to help the liver in the detoxification process. Raw red cabbage and radish (two vegetables […]

The best day to start a detox or a diet

The best day to start a detox or a diet

Most of us tend to start a new diet or detox on Monday, and most of us usually struggle to carry through and abandon their plans of a healthier diet mid-week. Could it be that the timing is just wrong? The answer is yes.  Starting […]

Buckwheat & banana chocolate pancakes (gluten-free, dairy-free)

Buckwheat & banana chocolate pancakes (gluten-free, dairy-free)

This delicious gluten-free and dairy-free chocolate pancakes are perfect for a special breakfast or for moments when you need a special sweet treat. Easy to make a perfect with a drizzle of maple syrup and some strawberries.

Ready in 10 min

Ingredients 

  • 2 medium eggs
  • 3 tablespoons of buckwheat flour
  • 3 teaspoons of organic chocolate powder
  • 2 small ripe bananas
  • A dash of sodium bicarbonate
  • Raw coconat oil for cooking
  • Maple syrup to taste
  • A few strawberries to garnish

Method

  • Beat the eggs, then pour the flour and chocolate powder in the mix.
  • Blend the bananas with a bit of water, until you have a creamy consistency and pour into the mix. Add some water if needed to reach desired consistency. Sprinkle a dash of sodium bicarbonate.
  • Pour the mix into a non-stick pan with a tiny bit of coconut oil.
  • When ready, serve a drizzle of maple syrup and some strawberries. Enjoy!

 

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Pomegranate & orange quinoa salad

Pomegranate & orange quinoa salad

Since the start of this blog I have been fascinated more and more by the Middle Eastern cuisine. Similar in a way to the Italian one, mostly for its use of olive oil and fresh vegetables, it create complexity with the use of intriguing spices […]

Italian pasta with broccoli

Italian pasta with broccoli

This is a staple of my witnter menu. Filling and comforting, this pasta dish is great to use up left over broccoli. I often have it on its own, combining it with a freshly squeezed orange or clementine juice, and some walnuts for extra proteins […]

Food prep: 3 recipes for delicious chicken fillets

Food prep: 3 recipes for delicious chicken fillets

Food prepping is one the secret of a healthy diet. When you are busy or strapped for time, it is easy to give in to ready made and highly palatable foods. Having some food ready for those long and busy days, when you too tired to cook from scratch will help stay lean and in budget.

Here are 3 delicious and easy to make chicken fillets recipes. They are really quick to cook ( 10 min cooking + 10 min marinade) and you can use then for all sorts of things: salads, cous-cous, healthier sandwiches and quick proteins rich snacks for before and after the gym.

THYME & LEMON CHICKEN FILLETS

Ingredients

  • 1 packet of chicken fillet ( 300 grams)
  • 1/2 lemon
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • a sprig of fresh thyme
  • half a Kalo stock cube ( organic)

Rub a very small amount of organic stock on the meat (make sure to use organic stock only, as the normal one, contains glutamate which has been linked to a host of health ailments, including migraine), and then simply put in a non-stick pan with a small quantity of olive oil and few slices of lemon the garlic and thyme. The lemon will release juices that make the meat tender an easier to cook.

TAMARI MARINADE CHICKEN FILLETS

Ingredients

  • 1 packet of chicken fillet ( 300 grams)
  • a dash of tamari sauce
  • a sprinkle of extra-virgin olive oil
  • a dash of lemon juice
  • a dash of black pepper
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • a dash of sumac (optional)

Marinade the chicken with the tamari sauce, olive oil, lemons juice, garlic and spices for at least 10 min. Cook in a non-stick pan (ceramic or other sustainable or teflon-free material preferred) for about 10 min.

SUMAC CHICKEN FILLETS

Ingredients

  • 1 packet of chicken fillet ( 300 grams)
  • 1/2  teaspoon of sumac
  • a dash of lemon juice
  • a sprinkle of extra-virgin olive oil
  • a dash of black pepper
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • Sea salt to taste

Marinade the chicken with all the spices, garlic, olive oil and lemons juice for at least 10 min. Cook in a non-stick pan (ceramic or other sustainable or teflon-free material preferred) for about 10 min.

Gluten free cous cous and spicy courgettes
Gluten free cous cous and spicy courgettes

 

 

Serrano ham and spinach breakfast eggs

Serrano ham and spinach breakfast eggs

A healthier take on the typical English breakfast, great for a weekend brunch. The bacon has been substituted with the yummy Serrano ham, and the eggs are accompanied by some deliciously green garlic and chili spinach. The idea is also not to fry, but gently […]

Purple & green quinoa salad

Purple & green quinoa salad

Lots of green and purple goodness and vegan proteins with this easy quinoa salad, great for a light lunch, side or healthy luchbox, and great for the whole family. Radish is great to help liver detox, green beans bring lots of fibers for gut health, whilst purple sprouts […]

Celeriac & thyme mash

Celeriac & thyme mash

It’s getting colder out there, and when the winter comes, so it is the need for stodgy and warming food. Just be smart about, keep those sugars levels in check, add vegetables, and respect the proportions of a good balanced meal.

Today I had this creamy and low carbs celeriac & thyme mash, which is a good alternative to our “Cauliflower & sage mash”, if you want ( and I advice you to) keep a nice variety in your diet.

Ready in 15 min

Ingredients (1-2 people)

  • 1 medium celeriac
  • a dash of almond milk (or goat milk if you are allergic to nuts)
  • a tiny amount of goat butter
  • a couple of fresh thyme twigs
  • black pepper
  • Grana Padano cheese to taste ( optional)

Method

  • Simply, peel the celeriac, cut in few chunks and wash it quickly. Place it in a steamer with some  thyme and cook until soft.
  • Place the vegetable in container, mash it or blend it, adding a tiny amount of milk, black pepper, goat butter and few thyme leaves. Serve and enjoy.

What to have it with. You can have it with veal, beef, venison or lamb. Good with salmon too.

Celeriac & thyme mash

Spinach and cherry tomatoes “quinotto”

Spinach and cherry tomatoes “quinotto”

Sometimes the best recipes are the ones that are not planned, but made out of convenience and lack of ingredients. I made this “quinotto” on a day that I was really craving something healthy but cooked, and I had nothing left in my cupboard apart […]

Support your immune system in the winter months

Support your immune system in the winter months

It’s that time of the year again, when the first colds and flu of the season start to appear. Our lifestyle and nutrition can have an influence on our immune system and the way we responds to minor illnesses. Have you ever noticed how we […]

Healing foods: chili, ginger & garlic kale.

Healing foods: chili, ginger & garlic kale.

Another recipe perfect for this cold weather. The anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory & decongestant properties of chili, garlic and ginger, combined with the nutritious green powerhouse of kale, make this simple recipe the perfect side to an omega 3 rich fish fillet, like salmon or mackerel, but you can try it also with some meat or prawns.

Chili, ginger & garlic kale.

November 21, 2017
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A simple, yet powerful recipe, that combines the nutritious properties of kale, with the antibacterial & anti-inflammatory properties of garlic, ginger and chili.

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Ingredients
  • 1/2 packet of kale
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • a dash of chili flakes
  • a bit of ginger
  • a sprinkle of olive oil
  • sea salt to taste
Directions
  • Step 1 Wash the kale, and remove the big stalk ( unless you buy the ready cut version), and place it in a steamer to steam for a 4 min.
  • Step 2 In the meantime, place the garlic (peeled), chili, and peeled and finely cut ginger, in a on-stick pan with the olive oil.
  • Step 3 Let the herbs, flavor the oil at low heat for 1 min, then add the steamed kale. Let it wilt in the pan for other 4-5 min.
  • Step 4 Serve with some oily fish fillet, or to add to a vegetable stir fry.
  • Step 5 Make sure you taste the dish to make sure that the balance between the ginger ad chili is right for your palate, they are both very hot!
Pumpkin & turmeric soup
A pumpkin & winter spice soup.

 

 

Thyme and shallots roast chicken with celeriac chips

Thyme and shallots roast chicken with celeriac chips

Roast chicken, is one of the easiest and straightfoward meals, but this versions has a healthier kick and a different flavour, but still very easy and relatively quick to make. I choose to use the tighs instead of a whole chicken, as they easier to […]

Anti-oxidants rich, pumpkin & turmeric soup

Anti-oxidants rich, pumpkin & turmeric soup

This is my to-go soup for the winter months, when colds and sore throats become a sad reality. Rich in soothing properties, it usually manages to help me decongest a runny nose and support my system when I am run down. I find it perfect […]

My favorite: rye, cinnamon & yogurt pancakes

My favorite: rye, cinnamon & yogurt pancakes

This are my favorite pancakes, wheat-free, fluffy and a real hit every time I make them. I love the combination of rye and cinnamon, while the yogurt maes them fluffy just enough. They are perfect for sweet treat or for a indulgent weekend breakfast!

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Rye, cinnamon & yogurt pancakes

November 10, 2017
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: easy

A fail proof wheat-free pancakes recipe, perfect for that moment when you fancy something sweet and for a decadent weekend breakfast.

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Ingredients
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 4-5 tablespoon of rye flour
  • 2 tablespoon of full fat natural yogurt
  • a teaspoon of raw coconut oil
  • a dash of cinamon
  • a dash of sodium bicarbonate
  • a dash of maple syrup ( organic)
  • few berries of your choice
Directions
  • Step 1 Whisk the eggs ad add the flour until is completely absorbed by the eggs.
  • Step 2 Add the cinnamon, and the yogurt until the dough becomes soft, add the the bicarbonate. If needed add a couple teaspoons of water to reach the desired consistency.
  • Step 3 In a non-stick pan, melt a tiny bit of coconut oil, and whe the pan is heated up, add a tablespoon of pancakes mix, and let cook through, turning it once. Repeat the procedure for all the other, add a few berry and few drops of maple syrup. Enjoy!

Liked these pancakes? Why not having a look at my other “Gluten-free millet pancakes with raspberries”. Want a tailored meal plan? Get in touch……

Courgettes, watercress & rocket soup

Courgettes, watercress & rocket soup

I love soups. They can be made in advance, frozen and they are a great and delicious way to keep weight under control and to cleanse our systems in a natural way. Luscious and green, this creamy soup is great for the summer too, helping […]

Kale & feta frittata

Kale & feta frittata

I love frittatas, they are ready in 10 min, provide a good source of proteins, and allow you to use up all your veggies leftovers. The combination of eggs and cheese is also a winner, and is great to finish off those little bites of […]

Polenta with mushrooms & crushed walnuts

Polenta with mushrooms & crushed walnuts

A gluten-free and vegan autumnal recipe, delicious, super easy to make and ready in 15 minutes! It is perfect for those chilly nights in, when you want something comforting but don’t feel like cooking, and it is a great addition for dinner party, for those last minute vegan and gluten-free friends.

Polenta is gluten-free and can be ready in only few minutes ( if you use the brand that I recommend below) so it great to have in your kitchen cupboard. It is fancy enough to be used in more sophisticated recipes to impress your friends for dinner, but humble enough to used a substitute to mash potatoes, to accompany stews ad sauces.

Polenta is basically a type of corn flour, originally from northern Italy. The good point is that once cooked it really fills itself with water, meaning that you can  to use a small quantity for single serving. The downside is though it has very little fibres and a higher GI ( similar to that of white potatoes).

Healthy tip. Make sure you add lots of vegetables or a proteins rich sauce to lower its sugar release. Eat in moderate quantities.

 

Polenta with mushrooms & crushed walnuts

October 28, 2017
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A vegan, gluten-free, autumnal recipe, perfect for a comforting meal in or dinner party.

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Ingredients
  • Ingredients (serves two)
  • 50 grams of ( precooked) polenta (Polenta valsugana)
  • 1 packet of brown mushrooms
  • 1/2 a carrot
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 4 walnuts
  • Extra-virgin olive oil-
  • a bit of organic stock cube ( kalo)
Directions
  • Step 1 Wash and slice the mushrooms, and place them in a small non-stick pan, with a little of olive oil and the garlic and carrot chopped up.
  • Step 2 Let them cook adding a small amount of water and a tad of crumbled stock cube.
  • Step 3 In the meantime cook the polenta according to the packet instructions. You will have to stir it continuously, but only for 3 minutes, so it is possible.
  • Step 4 When the polenta is ready place it in a serving plate, add the mushrooms and crushed walnuts. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pumpkin & sage risotto

Pumpkin & sage risotto

A delicate yet, delicious pumpkins and sage risotto, just in time for Halloween. Made with olive oil instead of butter, it is light yet full of flavor. Gluten-free.  A real, authentic Italian recipe that will impress your guests at a dinner party.   MENU IDEAS. […]

My favorite green juice

My favorite green juice

A super delicious juice that will satisfy even those that are new to whole juicing thing. Pineapple, is not only juicy and delicious, but is brimming with nutrients and enzymes, whilst the rainbow chard is a great substitute for spinach and kale, and a super […]