Natural Dyed Easter Eggs with Trout Mayo and Herbs | Some News

Coloured with three simple ingredients: fresh turneric for deep orange, beetroot for pink and red cabbage for a delightful shade of duck egg blue, these natural dyed Easter eggs are pretty just as pretty on the outside as they are in.

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Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice

With the traditional trimmings of fried egg, peas and diced green vegetables, this Vegetarian Quinoa Fried Rice could make for a satisfying dinner, or a nutritious side. It makes me happy because I love quinoa and Matt loves it because he still gets to have rice. Win win, and a [...]

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Cabbage and Fennel Slaw with a Mustard Avocado Dressing

Forget bottled dressings. This rustic Cabbage and Fennel Slaw is made using a wholesome creamy, lip-tingling and oh-so-good Avocado and Mustard Dressing you’ll love. PLUS see how you can get the February issue of the Thermie Living magazine featuring one of my smoothie recipes for FREE!

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Zucchini “Pasta” with Coriander and Cashew Pesto

This fragrant summery coriander pesto makes for a wonderful dressing for shaved zucchini “pasta”. Quick to make, gluten-free, Paleo and no cooking required!

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Christmas Pudding Ice Cream Pops PLUS 12 Other Christmas Party Canapé‎ Recipes

Christmas Pudding Ice Cream Pops were part of our Christmas get together menu on the weekend and one of the most requested recipes from the night. They taste incredibly festive and are made using only four ingredients. PLUS I share 12 recipes for a simple to do Christmas entertainer feast.

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Rice-free Paleo Nori Rolls PLUS Three Healthy Filling Ideas

These clever Rice-free Nori Rolls are my new lunchtime staple. Made with a healthy helping of greens they are grain-free, nut-free and seed-free too. As for the filling ideas, here are three of my good-for-you favourites!

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48 Hour Lamb Shoulder Nachos with Super Slaw

This 48 hour slow food recipe is a set and forget kind of dish, apart from maybe the last 15 minutes of “pulling” and prepping. As for the slaw – it’s like my Fridge Surprise Slaw but supercharged. Just like the main dish is a little flavour surprise combining lamb, [...]

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Spanish Tapa-inspired Octopus Salad

The secret to a well cooked octopus lies in the cooking time itself. It either has to be flash fried for literally a minute or two, or poached for around an hour in order to achieve a soft, non-rubbery texture. But, if you don’t fancy octopus, this dish is also [...]

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