Spring lunch

Spring has well and truly sprung here in Bath this weekend, and all those daffodils and chirping birds made me feel inspired to cook myself a suitably green, fresh and delicious lunch today. I am a real fan of putting oniony flavours with vegetables and salads, it really livens them up and adds a healthy dose of sulphur which is good for the liver. I regularly sweat finely sliced onions or shallots, leeks and garlic until soft, then combine them with peas, broccoli or watercress. Today, I did just that, and added a grilled mackerel fillet on top. This combination of ingredients is packed with vitamins, minerals (including calcium), healthy fats and blood-sugar balancing protein. It really was a delicious, light, yet satisfying lunch that I urge you to try.

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Coconut Apple Crumble

Happy New Year to everyone! January is upon us and it’s that time of year when we crave comfort food, and there are few dishes more akin to this category than fruit crumble. Warming, sweet and delicious, full of bubbling fruit and with a crunchy crumbly topping and often with added custard or ice cream, it’s no wonder crumble is such a traditional British favourite.

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Healthy Chocolate Fudge

Welcome to the Nourish blog! For my first ever entry, I wanted to share with you a seemingly impossible feat – a recipe for healthy and, honestly, deliciously indulgent chocolate fudge.

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