Making life delicious, one recipe at a time.

Making life delicious, one recipe at a time.

Category: Paleo

Paleo Laksa

I know you’re probably sick of hearing about paleo recipes on what is essentially a diarised account of gluttony. But how do you think I manage to eat all those delicious goodies without turning into a 250 pound food blogger? Besides, I like to balance the good with the bad, the dark with the light, and the way I manage to stay the slimmest I’ve been in forever, is to stick to a liberal version of the paleo diet. This means taking my cues from the paleo rules of no grains, no potatoes, no dairy, no pulses, no sugar …

Anti-ageing never tasted so good

IMG_0893Earlier this week I went to get a passport photo. Granted most passports photos are terrible for various reasons and mine are no different, however this last one I got was particularly vicious. This time it wasn’t my weight that bothered me or my face in general, despite the fact that I am noticeably asymmetrical and flashing some wicked crazy eyes, it was something else that bothered me. I looked old. I have been blessed with looking younger than I am my whole life and this has usually made me happy, but for the first time I looked older, sagging …

Ratatouille

Joël Robuchon believes that ratatouille is best when you cook each vegetable separately, so that ‘each will taste truly of itself’. While that theory might work wonders for a man who gets paid to cook rataouille, it doesn’t go down so well with the likes of busy people like me and most other working adults. While I’ll proudly admit that I’m never too busy to make good food, I will generally find the easiest way to achieve the best results. For example, I’ve been baking chocolate babka for weeks now – think of it like the Women’s Weekly test kitchen …