• Top shop photo of puy lentil soup

    Puy Lentil Soup

    In this Puy lentil soup we use humble ingredients to create something delicious. This Puy lentil soup is vegan, requires just one pot and can be made in 1 hour.

  • My finished Spaghetti Bolognese photo

    Spaghetti Bolognese

    Spaghetti bolognese is probably one of the most popular dishes through out Europe. The combination of beef mince, tomatoes, parmesan & herbs, creates something delicious thats easy to make.

  • A traditional Ragù alla Bolognese recipe top shot photo

    Ragù alla Bolognese

    Ragù alla bolognese also known as bolognese sauce is a meat-based sauce originating from Bologna in the region of Emila-Romagna. In 1982 the Academia Italiana della Cucina officially registered the recipe with the Bologna Chamber of Commerce. The registered recipe states that Bolognese sauce must contain onions, celery, carrots, pancetta, ground beef, tomatoes, milk and white wine.

  • Side shot photo of my mixed bean chilli recipe

    Mixed Bean Chilli

    This Mexican mixed bean chilli is delicious and super easy to make. In this mixed bean chilli I use Mexican flavours which creates a bowl of warm, aromatic and smokey chilli. This recipe is also made using just one pot.

  • Spaghetti Carbonara in white bowl

    Spaghetti Carbonara

    Spaghetti carbonara is a world renown dish in the western world, which you can find in the many Italian restaurants. This dish is quick and easy to make, needing only a few ingredients. The sauce is made from a combination of heat and the egg yolks combining with the starchy water, making the silky carbonara sauce we all love.

  • Side shot photo my Penne all'Arrabbiata recipe with basil in the background

    Penne all’Arrabbiata

    Penne all'Arrabbiata is a quick and tasty vegan pasta dish, it's made with very few ingredients and can be on your table within 30 minutes! The recipe for Arrabbiata sauce originates from the region of Lazio in Italy, the name translates to “angry” because the sauce is meant to be “angry” spicy! However this recipe can be adjusted to your tolerance of heat.