Tag Archives: Mint

TABBOULEH-INSPIRED GIANT COUSCOUS SALAD

At work the other day, I spent a little time chatting to a twinkly sort of man who at one point in the conversation paused, and then announced, ‘Joy is to be found not in the event of finishing an activity, but in the very act of doing it.’ Now, I can think of a number of […]

PASTA WITH PEA PESTO & BROCCOLI

This fresh tasting dish ticks the carb box but also manages to pack in lots of green veg at the same time – score!  I think it would  probably be even better with purple sprouting broccoli.  I have a feeling that it’s going to become a bit of a go to dish throughout the spring […]

CELERIAC, FENNEL, CARROT & LENTIL SALAD WITH HAZELNUTS & HERBS

This is a slightly adapted version of Ottolenghi’s celeriac and lentil salad from his vegetable cookbook, Plenty. I was given this beautiful book at Christmas, and this is the first recipe I’ve tried. To mine, I added carrots and extra herbs, and swapped the hazelnut oil (I didn’t have any) for some good quality olive […]