Vegan

Pork and Smoky Beans

A very quick, beautiful and versatile dish that can be served with breakfast, brunch, or as a side for dinner.  If you’re a vegan / vegetarian, just leave out the bacon or add a soy alternative like sgaia.  This recipe is also divine, served crumbled with some feta cheese or with regular cheddar and finished under the grill – totally up to you.

Vegan

Celeriac Soup with Garlic and Thyme Oil

This recipe is simple and beautiful. It just goes to show you don’t need a pantry full of ingredients to create something sumptuous, creamy, seasonal and delicious. Celeriac season for me is a divine gift from god, the fact the season is quite short, make it even more of a reason to celebrate.

Vegan

Masala Spinach Risotto w Pan Fried Tofu

Smooth, creamy, with a hint of spice. This risotto is an impressively sexy dish, perfect to serve when the nights are dark, but you want a little heat and sunshine in your heart. Serve in a bowl so you can wrap your hands around it, feel the heat on  your chest and inhale the deeply exotic spices of India.

Vegan

Chickpea, Corn and Coconut Patties

When you’re friends turn up to your BBQ, with that mate who eats ‘nothing with a face’, turn your frown upside down with these crispy, delicious babies. Oh yes, once you get one of these between two buns who needs meat? (well I do, but they won’t care because these are incredible). Pair with my coconut slaw and a dash of hot sauce and Mama is in TOWN!! Also, these babies are GF too!

Vegan

Peanut & Pumpkin Curry

There’s nothing I love more then a good old ‘ruby murray’, and when I have one, it has to punch me in the face with flavour.  If like me, you eat ‘anything with a face’ but are keen to try a vegetarian curry then my advice is make sure it’s a hearty one so you don’t even realize there is no meat in it! This one ticks all the boxes and you end up with a satisfied snake belly! Don’t forget your pint on the side – sorry, just can’t help it!