San Choy Bow

A gift of messy, fresh goodness from the East.Bits will fall out, peanut butter will land on your chin and the sensation of spice meeting lime, meeting the crunch from the lettuce and chew in the savoury mince will have you wanting more.So don’t be shy, do have fun decorating and go wild in yourContinue reading San Choy Bow

Roasted Tandoori Chicken, Sweet Potato Steaks and Greens with a Drizzle of Spiced Lemon Yoghurt

Your initial time investment is a short and sweet 5 minutes of mixing the marinade together and coating the chicken to be marinaded for 24 hours. From here, you can achieve the wafts of eastern scents pervading your kitchen from a perfectly roasted meal in just 20 minutes. A stunning balance of high quality protein,Continue reading “Roasted Tandoori Chicken, Sweet Potato Steaks and Greens with a Drizzle of Spiced Lemon Yoghurt”

Red Sea Poached Fish

Barramundi fillet poached in a red sea of tomato, onion and eastern spices, topped with a two minute tahini dip and fresh coriander leaves. Find yourself a local loaf of something chewy and crusty to be served alongside and mop up that sauce. Method: 3. Once the tomato sauce is bubbling, add your barramundi filletsContinue reading “Red Sea Poached Fish”

A Gather’s Bowls of Brunch

Salads are a celebration of contrasts!Creamy and crunchyLeafiness with a slight bitter edge on the same forkful as a tangy, salted tomato With a lovely spoonful of hummus to bring it altogether. This is the bowl you want to nourish, satisfy and seeing you through to getting the most out of your day. As aContinue reading “A Gather’s Bowls of Brunch”

A Sautéed Vegetable Topped Soup

Think smooth and seasoned pumpkin with all manner of spring vegetables sautéed and crisped to perfection in the pan, lovingly thrown atop. A tangy hit of tomato chutney and generous sprinkle of spice took us home. Ingredients: Method: 3. Once your vegetables have has been roasted, pop them into a blender with the peeled garlicContinue reading “A Sautéed Vegetable Topped Soup”

What’s The Go On Breakfast?

Or should you fast? We panic a bit at the thought of missing a meal or the potential to feel hungry. We are told eating frequent meals can “rev up” our metabolism. It doesn’t. We are told breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For primary school aged children; absolutely. A balanced plateContinue reading “What’s The Go On Breakfast?”

Miso Roasted Cauliflower with Tofu, Quinoa and Greens

This was last-minute-Monday night dinner at it’s most flavoursome. We love vegetables that can happily roast away whilst do other kitchen activities or even read. We love quinoa that can be bulk cooked to find itself on this merry plate, in a salad, or in a lunch box. A magnificent way to get your vegContinue reading “Miso Roasted Cauliflower with Tofu, Quinoa and Greens”

Being your most effective and present self: part 2 

It’s what on the inside that counts… Top tip 1: Positive self-talk Our thoughts proceed everything that we do. We think we are hungry; we think about the meal we would like and we take action to have that meal. We receive an email at work, we think about completing the task it details andContinue reading Being your most effective and present self: part 2 

Enhance Your Focus

Part one of a series on being your most effective, present self. Three free things you can do: Cold exposure: 5 minutes in a cold shower, a dip in the ocean or a walk in cold temperature in minimal clothing. You can derive further benefits from these practices by focusing on your breath while experiencing theContinue reading “Enhance Your Focus”

Addressing Adrenal Fatigue

Struggling to sleep, a lack of focus, little energy and an over all off kilter feeling that is leaving your depressed and frustrated. Adrenal Fatigue feels horrendous. A quick bio lesson:You produce adrenaline (also called cortisol) in glands. Your perception of the world and how you experience stress and other day-day experiences will determine howContinue reading “Addressing Adrenal Fatigue”