I once talked about how a simple bowl of minestrone is the ultimate comfort food. But in the summer months I crave something a little lighter. I’m a huge believer in using produce that’s in season, which is exactly why this minestrone is not only light and delicious, but completely accessible and affordable.
I think I’ve made it quite clear that I completely and utterly heart breakfast. But you know, I’m not the type of girl who can eat eggs and hollandaise sauce every morning, especially when we’re officially in bikini season.
Yeah..I’m one of those girls that eats a modest bowl of muesli most days – what a bore.
However, muesli in a pancake? Amazing life choice. Continue reading
One of my favourite things to do on the weekend is head to the local farmers market. I often take a stroll down there to gather some inspiration and hand pick ingredients for lunch. The farmers market near where I live is admittedly a little small, but they really do have some wonderful produce on offer as well as beautifully prepared hot food, which draws a number of people to the market to have lunch on the go and a nose around.
One particular stall that I really love sells a variety of farro and spelt, as well as a modest selection of farro pasta. I absolutely love farro, but before Saturday I had never tried it in pasta form – so I grabbed a bag of conchigliette intent on throwing together something pasta based and healthy. Continue reading
When I eat a hearty breakfast I really do feel the difference it makes throughout the day, and there is nothing better on a cold, grey morning than a hot bowl of porridge. Continue reading
Ok I admit it, I took the ‘it’s Christmas so I can eat what I want’ idea a little too far. So January, old pal, seeing as we’ve never really gotten on, what with broken resolutions and empty bank accounts, I figured this year I’d make an effort.
No more late nights in front of the TV, tub of ice cream in one hand, spoon in the other, oh no. This year, I’ve swapped my January blues for fitness. Boot camp training, to be precise. Continue reading