Chiarina’s vegan courgette brownies

Don't be put off by the vegetable, these Vegan Courgette Brownies are so chocolatey and delicious, you’d never know they’re made with veggies. They’re moist and a little nutty with a wonderful taste and texture.Read more

Satsuma salad

Got a glut of satsumas leftover from the holiday season? Try this New Year’s detox salad, which makes sure to use up those nutritious juices, while giving you a zesty kick-start to the year.Read more

Apple and Ginger chutney

A wonderful warming christmas accompaniment that combines apple and ginger to give it a kick. Jars of chutney make wonderful homemade gifts and is great with leftover Christmas turkey.Read more

Gingerbread baubles

Get thrifty this Christmas and make your own delicious tree decorations. It’s a great opportunity to spend time in the kitchen with your loved ones and build that festive excitement together whilst making your house smell sensational.Read more

Turkey noodle soup

Facing turkey saturation point? Give your future-self a gift. Get acquainted with this recipe and make yourself a batch for mid-Jan. This is a health boosting, thrifty dish that keeps on giving.Read more

Spiced Apple Chutney

This apple chutney has a sweet but tangy flavour which is perfect with cheeses. It can also be a given as a lovely gift at christmas time.Read more

Pickled Red Cabbage

A colourful accompaniment to any meal, you could even jar your pickled red cabbage it and give it as a gift to a foodie friend.Read more


This traditional Korean side dish makes a delicious vegetarian addition to meals. It is made with with a variety of seasonings, including garlic, ginger and chilli. Your kimchi is delicious eaten straight away or up to 12 months after it's first made.Read more

Haunted graveyard tagine

Simply satisfying without the need for meat, this pumpkin and mushroom tagine is slow-cooked to intensify the flavours.Read more

Pumpkin houmous on sourdough with garlic mushrooms

This is a delicious recipe to whizz up when you want a quick lunch or light supper and you’ve got some pumpkin that needs eating up.Read more