Ward off colds and flus this winter with this easily prepared nurturing tonic. Bone broth is a magic potion filled with immune-boosting vitamins and minerals, as well as powerful gut-healing properties. A healthy gut, with a wealth of good bacteria, is a key aspect of optimal immune function. Ginger and turmeric are both anti-inflammatory and antiseptic,…Details
Apples so just good at this time of year, the ultimate autumnal fruit, so it is a great idea to find as many ways to enjoy them as you can. These delicious muffins are free from grains, gluten and refined-sugar, as well as paleo friendly. Fragrant with spices and moist with delicious organic apple, you…Details
This delicious tart is just the dish to make when you come see big beautiful bunches of organic silverbeet or spinach. The flavour is reminiscent of a spinach quiche or a spanikopita made without the pastry. It can be enjoyed warm or at room temperature and any leftovers make a lovely lunch or even breakfast.…Details
Fish is wonderfully nutritious, such a great source of vitamin d, protein and omega 3 fatty acids, benefiting your brain, heart, skin and hair and reducing inflammation your the body. Consume wild-caught seafood twice a week to reap these health-giving advantages. A whole fish is so flavoursome and easy to cook but if you prefer…Details
This cucumber salad with its fresh Japanese flavours is so light, crisp and refreshing and incredibly easy to make. It is the perfect accompaniment to grilled fish or chicken.
Spring has sprung in Sydney so to celebrate this week we are making a beautifully fresh and easy-to-make Pea and Mint soup.
This luscious Spiced Walnut and Orange Cake, fragrant with the beautiful Middle Eastern flavours of cinnamon, pistachios, walnuts and orange, has a lovely crunchy nut topping and is bathed in a spiced syrup, making it gorgeously moist.
It is gluten free, grain free, refined-sugar free as well as Paleo friendly
Long slow cooking is just perfect for chilly winter evenings, resulting in the most gorgeously flavoursome meals that are also superbly nutrient-dense, as cooking at low temperatures both extracts the minerals and preserves the enzymes in food. The best cuts of meat to use for slow-cooking are those that have a bit of sinew and…Details
There is nothing more delicious than a salted caramel apple on a sunny autumnal day and this healthy, super easy homemade version, using gorgeous new season organic apples, is just the perfect synergy of buttery caramel and crisp apple with a hint of saltiness. They will undoubtedly be the most popular treat at any children’s…Details
There is nothing quite as delicious as creamy, luscious homemade ice cream to serve in summertime when friends are coming over. Though do-it-yourself ice cream does take some time to make every gorgeously velvet mouthful is certainly worth it and you will you know your ice cream is super fresh, made with only the very best…Details
This gorgeous salad recipe is from a wonderful cookbook we sell at The Health Emporium called Good Life Great Food by Judy Phillips. It is filled with simple, healthy and delicious recipes designed to share with loved ones and stunning photography designed to inspire anyone in the kitchen. All of the profits from this book…Details
This tasty dish is so easy to prepare and makes both a quick and delicious mid-week dinner or a great dish to share when you have friends over. If making it for children you can always reduce the amount of chilli. Mussels are a nutritional powerhouse – a wonderful source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, zinc,…Details
This cake just tastes of summer in Sydney – with gorgeous in-season mango, passionfruit and lime, it is deliciously tropical and refreshingly zesty. For this recipe you will need to soak the raw cashews overnight (or for at least 6-8 hours) in 3 cups of water, with a pinch of salt and a couple of…Details
Deliciously more-ish these little green fritters are simple to make, flavoursome, wholesome and so very versatile as they can be served for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or even as as snack. Any leftovers make wonderful lunchbox additions. For these patties I have used a soft goat’s milk fetta but other cheeses such as haloumi, ricotta or…Details
You’ll just love this chicken dish with its beautifully fragrant Middle Eastern spices and herbs it is sure to become a family favourite. Butterflying the chicken reduces the cooking time and is such an easy thing to do, while slow roasting the bird not only results in the most flavoursome and succulent chicken it is…Details
This Persian Love Cake, gorgeously fragrant with beautiful Middle Eastern spices, is moist, delicious and so very easy to prepare. It is grain and gluten free and a lot less sweet than most versions. You will need a 23-25cm springform cake tin for this recipe. This recipe is adapted from Gerard Yaxley’s Persian Love Cake…Details
With lots of fresh herbs and lemon these salmon patties are filled to the brim with flavour and will quickly become a family favourite as kids just love them. They are simple to prepare, leftovers make for wonderful lunches and they also freeze beautifully. They can be made with tinned or fresh wild salmon, or…Details
Warming, creamy, nourishing, comforting….this soup is just beautiful on a chilly winter evening, and will also make a wonderful lunch the next day to take to school or work in a thermos. It is so very quick and easy to make as well.
These deliciously moist Orange and Coconut Muffins are free from grains, gluten and refined sugars, and are also perfect for school lunch boxes as they are made with coconut flour so contain no nuts. They are super quick and easy to make – it takes just 10 minutes prep plus 20 minutes baking time to…Details
Gentle slow cooking results in the most succulent, moist and tender chicken you’ve ever tried, with lots of fragrant fresh herbs flavouring the chicken beautifully. It is so very simple to cook – just pop in a low oven and baste every now and then. At The Health Emporium we sell organic free-range chicken sourced…Details
This cake is based on a gorgeous Italian cake called Torta Gianduia. Rich with the beautiful flavours of hazelnuts and chocolate, and garnished with a raw chocolate icing and a crunchy hazelnut topping, it is amazingly moist and indulgently delicious, while not overly sweet. It is gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free as well…Details
This deliciously fresh and spicy laksa recipe should come with a warning – once tasted you will crave it all the time and your family and friends will be asking you to make it again and again! You can make a larger batch of the laksa paste and keep it in the fridge for up…Details
These lovely biscuits, free from grains and refined sugars, make the perfectly delicious and healthy accompaniment to a gorgeous pot of your favourite tea. So quick and easy to make, they are filled with the beautiful goodness of activated nuts, coconut, pastured butter, and just a little maple syrup. For the freshest almond meal grind…Details
Your family and friends will love these Southeast Asian skewers of marinated grilled strips of meat, served with a fragrant spicy satay sauce and a simple refreshing cucumber salad. So delicious and easy! Any leftover satay sauce will keep refrigerated for up to 6 weeks in a glass jar, and can also be frozen.
You will just love this gorgeously creamy panna cotta recipe, it is so simple to prepare and wonderful for serving to guests as it can be made in advance. Brimming with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, Matcha green tea powder is a nutritional powerhouse, also a natural detoxifier, it calms and relaxes the body, as well as boosting the…Details
Mouth-wateringly fragrant and flavoursome, you will feel like you are back on a gorgeous tropical holiday while eating this beautifully spiced curry. As with all slow-cooked dishes a cut of beef with some fat in it will produce a dish that is succulent, tender and delectable. Chuck, blade, topside or stewing or braising steak would…Details
Featuring coconut, almonds, raw cacao powder and avocado this is an extremely healthy chocolate cake recipe: high in protein, antioxidants and super-good fats. It is free from grains, gluten and refined-sugar, and despite having three layers it is actually very simple and easy to make. It also tastes so amazingly delicious!
Dukkah is a beautifully aromatic and incredibly delicious Middle Eastern blend of seeds, spices and nuts. It is lovely sprinkled over eggs; over grilled or roasted vegetables, salads or raw veggies; on soft goat’s cheese or cashew cheese; also with olive oil spread over sprouted or sourdough bread; or on top of avocado toast. It…Details
So warming, comforting and delicious…..Shepherd’s Pie is the perfect meal for a chilly evening. When made with leftover slow-roasted lamb, beautiful home-made chicken bone broth and fragrant herbs the dish has such an amazing depth of flavour, but is also very lovely when made with lamb or beef mince. Whatever meat you choose, ensure it has been raised…Details
There is no food more nourishing, warming and delicious than home-made chicken soup, both for the body and the soul. This recipe has a beautiful depth of flavour from nutrient-dense bone broth and lots of lovely organic vegetables. It is extremely simple and easy to make, reheats and freezes very well, and makes the most…Details