Middle Eastern Fish Cakes in Tomato Broth

These deliciously spiced fish cakes cooked in a fragrant herbed tomato broth is a simplified version of a recipe from one of my favourite cookbooks; Ottolenghi’s wonderful Jerusalem. I so love his recipes but sometimes find they take quite a long time to make, and a quicker (just as tasty version) can be on the…

Pea, Mint and Goat’s Cheese Fritters

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…

Barbecued Greek Lamb

The last of these gorgeous warm evenings call for an easily-prepared, flavour-filled barbecue of butterflied lamb leg marinated in lovely Greek flavours, which tenderise and flavour the meat, resulting in melt-in-your-mouth juicy lamb.  Simply serve with a side of minted yoghurt, grilled haloumi, wedges of lemon and lots of fresh crisp salad for an easy…

Asian Cabbage Slaw

This delicious healthful salad recipe, with its zesty flavoursome dressing, is so quick and simple to prepare; perfect for these warm summer evenings or to take to a picnic or barbecue.  Any leftovers even keep well overnight in the fridge and are great for lunch the next day. Asian Cabbage Slaw goes beautifully with grilled…

Thai Beef Salad

With the scent of summer most definitely in the air this aromatic, zesty salad is light and refreshing, layering protein-rich marinated beef with delicious fresh salad leaves, vegetables, herbs, and a gorgeous spicy dressing. Always choose 100% grass-fed and grass-finished meat, as it is nutritionally superior; richer in good omega 3 fats and low in…