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Today’s recipe is very season-appropriate for most of Europe, at least. I say that as, in its typical fashion, Greece is still in two minds about whether it’s ready to move into autumn full time. I’m not complaining here. Lovely Duncan is whisking me away to Santorini for my birthday weekend soon so fingers crossed autumn hesitates for a wee bit longer. So today’s treat is a tray of autumn-inspired, moist carrot muffins fragrant with gingerbread spices (cinnamon, ginger, cloves and nutmeg) and studded with walnut pieces. These puppies are relatively low fat as applesauce does a great job of […]

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Peaches, beautiful peaches everywhere. How could I resist? The truth is I couldn’t, so I finally had to put the oven on again. It was worth it though – the house was instantly filled with the most beautiful smell of baked fruit and crumbly pastry. Duncan was hovering over me as I was photographing in a bid to get ‘his slice’ as soon as possible. And he didn’t stop at one! Neither did I. And whatever was left was hoovered up by the guys at our evening yoga class, which is great as having things like that lying around in […]

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I got a bit bored of the staple winter breakfasts that I alternate between – porridge or cinnamon bagels – and decided to shake things up a bit and make a super seedy and slightly sweet loaf of bread instead. I’m rather pleased with the end result and thought you might appreciate the recipe. It’s studded with a selection of oh-so-good-for-you (especially for your hormones) seeds, some nuts and a small amount of cranberries. It reminds me of the nut-packed dark bread my gran used to buy in her favourite bakery in Krakow. It was the kind of loaf that […]

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Cantuccini (or biscotti as they are known outside of Italy) are double baked Italian cookies that are best dunked in a glass of a sweet dessert wine or a cup of strong black coffee. They are crunchy, studded with nuts (I went for almonds and cranberries) and totally moreish. They used to be something I lived on while working in an office. I always had a box of them in my drawer and having them alongside my afternoon coffee was something I looked forward to every day. I used to kid myself that I will only have one or two […]

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You know that phrase ‘the best thing since sliced bread’ (rather unsurprisingly coined by the first industrial manufacturer of pre-sliced supermarket bread) which pronounces something a great invention…? It’s weird as I am not at all convinced that pre-sliced supermarket bread qualifies as such. It’s laden with chemicals, sticks to your teeth, has no texture and it doesn’t even taste like bread at all. On almost all counts, convenience aside, it feels like the exact opposite – a massive regression. Call me a snob, but I personally prefer to go without supermarket bread unless there is absolutely nothing else to […]

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We are flat out looking for a new place to rent, which is proving challenging due to the fact that our little furry companion, Tina, isn’t a valuable addition to a household in most landlords’ eyes. I must say that we are very hurt and disappointed by this. I mean, isn’t England the country of cat lovers, for God’s sake? The time is ticking and we are growing a bit more concerned by the day. Luckily, Duncan’s family – who have been hosting us since our arrival last week, have once again saved the day. Duncan’s cousin, Sydney, has agreed […]

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Sometimes you search for the right ingredients to create standout recipes, but for today’s recipe the delicious ingredients found us. This focaccia is a celebration of multi-coloured cherry tomatoes and fragrant fresh rosemary. It all started when we were at the local mini supermarket buying food for our ever hungry cat. We noticed a small box of wonderful looking mauve and yellow cherry tomatoes from the nearby organic farm. “We need to use these!” exclaimed Ania. As this point I put my best foot forward and offered to make a focaccia with cherry tomatoes. Ania was happy to take a […]

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I’m terribly sorry for leading you astray AGAIN, but you have to try this vegan fig frangipane tart as it’s delicious. Even better, make it and share it with someone who thinks that veganism is about deprivation and sacrifice and see how deprived they feel 😉 . I’m pleased to say that the original, made with a prolific amount of butter and eggs, has nothing on this plant-based version. The crust is ‘buttery’ and deliciously crumbly. The filling is beautifully fragrant, oozing sweet, juicy figs, crispy on top, soft in the middle and totally indulgent. At first glance, this recipe […]

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Last week, Duncan and myself decided to check out a local organic farm, Kamarantho, in the search of some quality produce. We had a bit of trouble finding the place as it really is off the beaten track, but we were so glad we did. From the very outset, we were welcomed by super friendly and enthusiastic Elena, who runs the place and is a well of knowledge when it comes to plants and their intricate ways… She showed us around her greenhouse with an eclectic mix of plants, ranging from several different species of kale to miniature bananas that […]

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