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Bare-Naked Broccoli and Feta Quiche (Crust-less)

Bare-naked and gorgeous, I love crust-less quiches; they take minutes to prepare and are nutrient-dense. And they don’t come simpler than this one: eggs, cheese and veggies, bound together with Greek yoghurt. A relaxed brunch or lunch dish, it’s equally good served hot or cold. For supper, scatter sliced tomatoes and finely sliced red onions over crisp...

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Potato and Celeriac Dauphiniose. Perfect solo, or partner with a roast or fish.

This is truly a marriage made in heaven.  Celeriac adds another dimension to a traditional dauphinoise, but you could replace it with sweet potato – or just more potato! Delicious and versatile – it’s a luxurious vegetarian main course, or a great side to pan-fried fish, succulent steak, aromatic roast lamb, or tender beef. Herbs and spices add yet...

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Granny’s 72 Hour Beef and Lentil Broth

This warmly-spiced version of a traditional, time-honoured soup will nourish your body, heal your gut and make you smile! The recipe is based on simmering the beef bones for 72 hours, giving a tremendously rich, flavoursome broth, but a 12-24 hour broth will also be delicious. For an explanation of  the many benefits of bone broth...

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Carrot and Ginger Spiced Soup with Magical Wild Orange Oil

A glistening bowl of this Carrot and Ginger Spiced Soup is pure sunshine on a cloud day!  This soup comforts, replenishes and heals. Thanks to the antioxidants, gelatin, vitamins, nourishing fats and spices it’s a powerhouse of a soup! Wild Orange* essential oil adds a magical, uplifting note to bring out all the subtle flavours of...

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Pimped Up Bone Broth – Two Ways (#1 Avocado Bone Brothy)

Forget coffee … everyone’s pimping up bone broth!  Bone broth is trending everywhere as a ‘forgotten’ superfood.  Indeed,  a well made bone broth (or meat stock) is not only a intensely flavoursome experience, it’s a truly healing medicine. For an explanation of  the many benefits of bone broth and the difference between meat stock and bone broth...