New Year’s Day called for something spicy and delicious and my first thought was a spicy chilli loaded with pulses and any herbs left in the fridge. Turns out, all that was left in my fridge was some herbs and some chicken thighs... so I decided to revamp my chicken curry recipe instead, with some … Continue reading Quick and Cosy Chicken Curry with Sweet Potato
Well, it's officially cold! Everywhere you look, there's umbrellas, scarves, pumpkin spiced everything and a definite outbreak of the sniffles. It's that time of year where everyone settles in and makes the most of being warm and cosy at home - and it's also the time that everyone digs out their slow cookers and starts … Continue reading Spiced Butternut Squash and Coconut Soup
Since coming up with this recipe whilst cooking on a beautiful fitness retreat in the Tuscan Hills, I've been refining it and perfecting it for the menus of my private meal prep clients. I'm finally happy with it. It's so versatile - I originally served this with meatballs, almost like a big serving of hummus … Continue reading Pea Pesto Recipe
When it comes to batch cooking, simplicity is key. There's no point having one hundred pots and pans on the go, because you're going to get stressed out and most likely burn something! Don't get me wrong, I definitely have a lot going on when I'm working with clients, but I've been cooking for a … Continue reading Easy High Protein Meal Prep Recipe: Lean Beef and Lentil Ragu
To some people, weighing your food can be seen as totally obsessive and OTT. To others, it’s an important way to track food and get results. After many years working with people to help them reach their weight loss goals, I've seen various positives and negatives that come from tracking your food carefully. I wanted … Continue reading HEALTHY EATING – Is weighing your food healthy or obsessive?