Vegetarian food blog featuring nourishing home cooked recipes, creative baking and luscious chocolate.

Let’s Go Romanesco! Easy Romanesco Pasta with Lemon & Garlic

Romanesco Pasta

Pasta, Sponsored Post, Vegan, Winter | 5th December 2016 | By

Pimp up your pasta and have a fabulous weeknight meal that takes no time at all, but feels a little bit special. This seasonal romanesco pasta dish is a taste sensation. It’s quick and simple to make and is also suitable for vegans.

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17 Cheerful Chocolate Recipes and December’s We Should Cocoa

17 Cheerful Chocolate Recipes

We Should Cocoa | 3rd December 2016 | By

This month’s We Should Cocoa linky along with these 17 cheerful chocolate recipes is a little later than usual. It had to make way for the first ever Tin and Thyme Christmas recipe advent calendar. Cranking up the pressure for Christmas, why not flaunt your festive favourites here (chocolate of course)? I do hope you find the time to join in and link up your recipes. And do take a peek at the ones below.

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The Tin and Thyme Christmas Recipe Advent Calendar

Advent Calendar

Winter | 1st December 2016 | By

It’s the first of December and I feel the festive spirit can now truly begin. I thought I’d bring you all a bit of fun and some delicious and useful recipes for at the same time. I present you with the first Tin and Thyme Christmas Recipe Advent Calendar.

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Spicy Brioche French Toast – Share for Breakfast or Brunch

Brioche Pasquier Breakfast

Breakfast, Sponsored Post | 27th November 2016 | By

Hooray it’s Sunday and a good excuse for a lazy weekend breakfast. It’s also a good time to share a moment with friends and family. Why not combine the two? Yesterday, we did exactly that. I made some scrumptious spicy brioche French toast and this proved to be the star of the show.

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The Tin and Thyme Christmas Gift Guide 2016 for Food Lovers

Tin and Thyme Christmas Gift Guide 2016

It’s that time of year again and lots of us are starting to wonder what we can get Granny, Uncle Fred, the girl next door, an unexpected guest or Little Harry for Christmas. I may not be able to help much with Little Harry other than a stocking filler, but these are some of the items I’ve received and appreciated recently. You should find something of interest in this Tin and Thyme Christmas Gift Guide 2016 to suit most adults.

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Giant Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies with a Luscious Filling

Giant Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies

Sponsored Post, Tart | 20th November 2016 | By

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you my answer to the Big Mac, a recipe for some dangerously moreish giant chocolate macadamia nut cookies. Strewth!

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Ginger Green Goddess Smoothie

Green Goddess Smoothie

Since acquiring a decent blender, we’ve become complete smoothie converts. We have them for breakfast more often than not. It’s a great way to use our kefir and other healthful ingredients. However, it wasn’t until BRITA asked me if I’d like to make one of their recipes and try out their new water filter jug, that I made a kefir-free smoothie. This dairy free ginger green goddess smoothie turned out to be an utter delight.

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Carrot Cake Flapjacks – Autumn in a Bliss Filled Bite

Carrot Cake Flapjacks

Autumn, Flapjacks | 14th November 2016 | By

Carrot cake is one of our nation’s favourite cakes, apparently. Who would have thought something as healthy as carrots would appeal to such an extent? As I was dreaming autumn thoughts the other day, I had a sudden urge to try making carrot cake in flapjack form. It worked beautifully and these carrot cake flapjacks are just the best.

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River Cottage Christmas – An Opportunity Not To Be Missed

River Cottage Christmas

River Cottage, near Axminster in Devon is a fabulous place and the food is truly wonderful. That has certainly been my experience so far. On Tuesday I was lucky enough to visit for a third time at the invitation of Foodies100. It was a River Cottage Christmas special for food bloggers.

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How to Make Kombucha – a Healthy Sparkling Beverage

Kombucha

When I first met CT, I was intrigued by the bowls of bubbling brown liquid lying around his flat. They had a pleasant fruity tangy aroma emanating from them and were covered with what looked to be some kind of large flat mushroom. This was my introduction to kombucha.

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