Vegan food is incredibly inventive. It never ceases to amaze us at the creativity which goes into coming up different dishes, like this vegan scallops recipe – where the ‘scallops’ are made from mushrooms. And it’s not just a simple scallop rip-off, this dish is a work of art. And a tasty one at that. […]
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In celebration of Thanksgiving, this year, renowned plant-based restaurant, Farmacy in Notting Hill, have created their very own vegan twist on the classic all American, Pumpkin Pie. The perfect autumnal sweet treat, the pie is not just dairy free, but as with all Farmacy dishes, contains no refined sugar, GMO, additives or chemicals – and […]
Healthy Living London loves locally sourced, organic food, even when we head out of town, as Susie aka Gourmet Glow found out when she moved to Dorset and discovered the Chesil Smokery. Read on to find out how you can also get your hands on their delicious smoked meats and salmon… Do you like smoked […]
I love fish. Eating and cooking fish is an increasing part of my everyday lifestyle. Naturally, as a chef, I’ve read book upon book of fish and shellfish recipes so the prospect of reading another left me curious but not really ready to be surprised by anything. Until I picked up Tom Kitchin’s Fish & […]
I’ve waited so long for a book like Planted to be released, so when it was, I was there ready and waiting like an excited schoolchild for Amazon to deliver it. Planted is a vegan cookbook, which for once, offers something other than your usual soups, stews and rip-offs of meaty junk food. Chantelle Nicholson […]
Veganomicon 10th Anniversary Edition, Isa Chandra Moskowitz & Terry Hope Romero First released in 2007, Veganomicon has gained almost a Cult following. Hailed as a Bible for Vegan Cookery, this new version boasts over 250 recipes, which is more developed after a ‘Decade of Vegression’. The author’s love for ‘Pop Culture and Blatantly Urban Aesthetics’ […]
Written by the Chef Patron of Comptoir Libanais, Tony Kitous, Feasts From The Middle East, shares some of his favourite Arabic Recipes, celebrating the generous Middle Eastern Culture. The book begins with a charming, charismatic autobiographical insight as to how Kitous became involved with food and the history behind his obvious passion. From humble beginnings, […]
Bone broth has been touted as the answer to all ailments recently, claiming to help reduce inflammation and joint pain, support the immune system, aid digestion and much more. Sure, you can buy it from health food stores and many butchers also but there’s something satisfying (and cheaper) when you make it yourself. But what’s […]
The Science Of Cooking, Every question Answered To Give You The Edge’ by Dr Stuart Farrimond When you are training to become a chef, you are led to believe that if and when you eventually qualify, you will be authority on ANYTHING food related, no mere mortal could possibly tell you something you didn’t know. Then, […]
Ask any vegan the most common question they get asked, and they will most probably say top of the list is: ‘where do you get your protein from?’ The strongest and largest of our animals on this planet are 100% herbivores. Civilization has been reliant upon herbivores, by way of horses and oxen which have […]