Vegetarian food blog featuring delicious and nutritious whole food recipes, creative baking and luscious chocolate.

Samurai Samphire Noodles with Miso Marinated Tofu

Samphire Noodles

We were walking along the North Cornish coast path last weekend when CT spotted a massive patch of rock samphire. We didn’t want to be greedy, but it seemed too good an opportunity to miss, so we picked enough to make a meal out of. This dish of samphire noodles with marinated tofu was the result.

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Bourbon Biscuits made with a Wee Dram

Bourbon Biscuits

Biscuits, British | 11th April 2016 | By

Homemade classic British bourbon biscuits, but with a wee dram of whisky added for a touch of sophistication & added depth of flavour. Perfect snack or party fare.

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Braised Red Cabbage – a classic Christmas side dish

Braised Red Cabbage

No Christmas dinner is complete for me without a dish of steaming braised red cabbage. Slow cook it with an apple and some spices and the humble red cabbage is transformed into a dish fit for a king.

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Squash Chilli Chard Feta Pasties – A Vegetarian Take on a Cornish Pasty

Squash Chilli Chard Feta Pasties

This recipe for squash chilli chard feta pasties makes for perfect autumnal comfort food. It’s a vegetarian take on a traditional Cornish pasty filled with colourful seasonal veg and a bit of spice to keep out the chill. The pastry is really easy to prepare and makes them a joy to put together.

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Vegan Saffron Buns and The Great Cornish Bake Off

Liskeard Bun

Bread & Buns, Cornish, Vegan | 19th August 2015 | By

Once upon a time, many years ago, back in the 1960s in fact, or possibly the 1970s, reports are a bit vague, the Mayor stopped handing out the Liskeard Bun. This was an annual event when the newly invested mayor of Liskeard would hand out buns wrapped in brown paper bags to the local children. What a lovely tradition. Read on to find out about the Great Cornish Bake Off and how it was rediscovered along with a vegan recipe for Cornish saffron buns.

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Quinoa, Watercress, Walnut and Blue Cheese Salad with Roasted Asparagus

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa has been one of our staples for many years now, but we rarely have it in salad form. With the weather warming up (well we have had the odd day), thoughts turn to summer salads. What could be nicer than sitting outside on a summer’s day and eating a delicious salad for lunch or supper?

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Cauliflower Rice and Jerk Sweet Potato Curry

Cornish Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower is one of those underrated vegetables that has found a new lease of life in recent years. It’s now acclaimed as a wonder vegetable as it acts as a low carbohydrate alternative to rice or couscous. Cauliflower rice, I’ve found, works particularly well with this simple but delicious vegetarian jerk sweet potato curry.

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Chocolate Bites – Spring

Doisy & Dam Chocolate

Every so often I like to bring you a taster of some of the chocolate that has passed through Tin and Thyme HQ. You can find plenty of additional chocolate review posts if you fancy seeing a few more unusual and artisan confections.

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Jumbles with a White Chocolate Lemony Drizzle

Bosworth Jumbles
These jumbles with a white chocolate lemon drizzle came about serendipitously. I often borrow cookbooks from my local library; it’s a great way to properly peruse new (or old) titles without having to buy them. I have limited space in the house and really need to justify buying new books. Sometimes, of course, I just can’t help myself. Paul Hollywood’s British Baking was a recent book that made its way onto my bedside table, courtesy of Liskeard library.

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Cornish Sea Salted Caramel Brownies

Cornish sea salted caramel brownies

Salted caramel and brownies are two of my favourite things, so what could be better than combining them both? Not much as it turns out. Read on to find out how to make this divine recipe for Cornish sea salted caramel brownies.

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