Summer Themed Test Shoot

Today i’m sharing with you a few images from a test I shot with food stylist Sophie Foot. We had originally been trying to pin down a date to work together for months, which is quite ironic really because when it came down to it this was a very last minute planned shoot.  I just happened…

Spring Theme Test Shoot

Today i’d like to share with you a few images from a recent test shot with food stylist Iona Blackshaw. We were fortunate enough to have some lovely spring theme props at our disposal, and together we came up with some food idea’s which Iona went on to develop recipes for. Here’s what we created…

Paleo Choc Covered Ginger Molasses Biscuits

Happy Holidays Everyone! A thousand apologies for the fact that i haven’t posted recently. It’s been a busy couple of months and life has completely taken over once again. I hope everyone has had a wonderful Christmas. Today i wanted to share my recipe for Chocolate covered ginger biscuits. These biscuits are gluten free, refined…

5 Health Benefits of Homemade Grass-fed Ghee + Recipe

Happy Halloween everybody! Today i want to share with you my recipe for one of my favourite cooking fats – Ghee! Ghee is a form of clarified butter that goes through the process of removing all the milk proteins, sugar and water from butter, which leaves just a beautiful golden, aromatic, health promoting, beautiful liquid….

Slow Cooked Meat Madras

Recently I have been going back to my roots a little bit and have been trying to perfect my curry skills. I once heard a very wise man say that a real curry is not cooked in just a hour or two, it is slowly cooked over hours and hours to bring out all those…

5 Steps To A Safer Kitchen

Did you know that the kitchen is one of the most dangerous rooms in any house? It’s where all your cooking will take place, so there are a lot of heat, sharp knives, and possible hazards to contend with when you are meal prepping. However, as long as you know the best ways t0 set…

Death Trap Food Or Food To Die For? What To Look Out For When Eating Out

Trying new restaurants can be a fantastic experience. While there’s nothing wrong with old favourites, few things beat finding a new gem which you know you’ll return to. It’s a refreshing experience which can open you up to new menus and fantastic settings. Hence why most of us are forever on the lookout for the…

Wild Salmon With Basil Avocado Dressing

This is one of the first recipes I discovered when I turned Paleo and it is one that has stayed with me all this time so I thought it would be great to share it with you guys! It is one of my to go recipes that I will happily eat 3 or 4 times…

Nori Crisps

Nori Crisps are delicious. They are super simple to make and they’re great for you! Nori is packed with B vitamins, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iodine, Iron, Copper and Zinc. They also contribute to good liver function, improve the immune system and help stabilise blood sugar. Nori Crisps are a relatively new find for me but…

Homemade Paleo Tomato Ketchup With A Kick!

Store bought tomato ketchup is something so many of us use on a daily basis –  but did you know that store bought ketchup is made up of almost 25% sugar? Did you also know that store bought ketchup contains high fructose corn syrup? This is absolutely toxic to us. I consider sugar to be…

Homemade Paleo Granola

Have you been following a paleo inspired nutritional template for awhile now? Are you bored of yet another variation of eggs for breakfast? then check out my awesome recipe for Paleo Granola. This recipe is as usual is gluten free, dairy free, grain free, refined sugar free and is even suitable for vegetarians. My paleo…

Paleo Fudge Brownies

I have been playing around with these ingredients for awhile. I wanted to take my original paleo brownies recipe and turn it into something a little more indulgent! Just like my original recipe these brownies are dairy free, gluten free and refined sugar free. I really wanted to take these brownies to the next level…