Vegan Parsnip, Mushroom and Leek Gratin

This creamy and garlicky gratin is definitely going to be one of our new family favourite recipes! I am still amazed that I managed to make it completely vegan yet it looks and tastes just like a dairy version. There are a couple of different ways to soak the cashews. The fastest way, and the … More Vegan Parsnip, Mushroom and Leek Gratin

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Banana Bread 

Everybody and has their favourite family recipe for banana bread and this is mine. I have adapted it over the years but this is the one I reach too now. It’s not too moist that sometimes I find banana breads can be. I also love to add nuts into this too – walnuts or pecans, … More Banana Bread 

Yorkshire Parkin

Yes I may have missed bonfire night with this recipe but I think it makes a perfect wintry treat because of the fiery ginger and sticky nature of it. The only issue is that it really does need to sit and mature for a few days for it to be at it’s best! This can … More Yorkshire Parkin

Cinnamon Spiced Pecan and Cranberry Brownies 

WordPress informed me today that I registered this blog four years ago! It is incredible just how different my life is compared to when I wrote my first post sitting in my kitchen on an awfully windy and dark December day. Today I am writing this post sitting at my desk, with on a beautiful sunny, cold and snowy winter day … More Cinnamon Spiced Pecan and Cranberry Brownies 

British Fruit and Vegetables in Season December

It’s time for my December British Fruit and Vegetables in Season guide. I love December, I am a huge fan of the Danish concept of hygge, for me this includes candlelit evenings, homemade baking, warm winter food and large glasses of red wine (of course!). This month I am going to highlight a nut (for a change) and … More British Fruit and Vegetables in Season December