This hearty little soup is perfect for those chilly Autumn days that usually descend on us at this time of year. I love butternut squash, it’s readily available, super tasty, rich in vitamins and contains no saturated fat or cholesterol! So get cooking with it, starting with this soup! Red lentils are a nice addition… Continue reading Roasted Red Pepper & Butternut Squash Soup
I love Autumn, for me it signals the start of soup season 🙂 We have copious amounts of soup over the Autumn/Winter months, it’s so versatile, super nutritious and, if you’ve got fussy children, a bowl of blended vegetable soup is perfect, fill them full of vitamins and minerals without them even realising it. Stuck… Continue reading It’s Autumn, it’s Soup Season!
Bread gets a bit of a raw deal these days, which is a shame, as it’s been a staple in Irish homes for centuries now. While I completely agree that white flour can play havoc with a person’s digestive system, I myself would feel extremely bloated after it, it’s worth noting that there are other… Continue reading Bringing Bread Back
This time of year, I don’t want to be cooking big hot dinners that no body really wants because it’s just too warm. Salads are a much easier, lighter option, but I don’t want to tire of them so it’s great to have some nice accompaniments. I took inspiration from Caitriona Redmond’s, Wholesome, for this… Continue reading Butterbean Pesto
October appears to be bringing with it very dull mornings which lead to blustery days, although after two days of very heavy rain it was nice to get a reprieve from that today. On days like this warm, nourishing food is called for and with the remnants of yesterdays roast chicken sitting in the fridge… Continue reading Chicken & Vegetable Soup