Spelt flour recipes

Spelt flour recipes

I know I’m a little biased from my Hampshire Fare days, but I honestly believe we have the best food producers here in Hampshire. Take Wheatsheaf Farming for example. They grow spelt, an ancient form of wheat that is higher in protein and contains a 

Nut-free chewy honey cereal bars

Nut-free chewy honey cereal bars

It’s a new school year and my new term’s resolution is to get organised with packed lunches. These lunchbox treats are nut-free, high in protein and taste better than anything you can buy in a packet.

Sweetie sushi

Sweetie sushi

My children were big sushi enthusiasts from an early age. Personally, I blame Sushi Daily at our local Waitrose – in the “before times” they would offer free samples in the afternoon, getting the city’s middle-class toddlers hooked like benevolent crack dealers. Like all children, 

Overnight sourdough focaccia

Overnight sourdough focaccia

If you’re new to sourdough baking, focaccia is the perfect loaf to get you started: easy, forgiving, endlessly customisable and – most importantly – ridiculously delicious.

Easter chick choux buns

Easter chick choux buns

This was another idea that I literally needed to bake out of my head: choux bun ‘eggs’ encasing fluffy yellow ‘chicks’.

Crisp + chewy ricciarelli

Crisp + chewy ricciarelli

I’m often asked what my ‘signature bake’ is and I always struggle to come up with an answer. I love variety when I cook and rarely make the same thing more than once without some hefty fiddling. If I was really pressed to choose though, 

Rhubarb, lime + ginger tart

Rhubarb, lime + ginger tart

Like many freelancing parents, I’ve had to put my work on the back burner since January to concentrate on home-schooling my children during lockdown. We’ve managed to incorporate lots of cookery into our curriculum and I’ve loved sharing lunch everyday like it’s the weekend. What 

Miso butterscotch + tahini brownies

Miso butterscotch + tahini brownies

The idea of miso caramel had been on my mind for some time, popping up on my Instagram feed and staring at me from magazine pages and newspaper supplements. When I finally got the idea out of my head and into the kitchen, it had 

Heart-shaped choux for Valentine’s Day

Heart-shaped choux for Valentine’s Day

I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with choux pastry. A top-quality eclair promises so much, sitting there in the patisserie window, all glossy and bejewelled. However, by the time you get it home, even the most perfectly formed specimen is usually soggy and 

Matcha gelato with sesame biscuits

Matcha gelato with sesame biscuits

You know it’s been a hard week when you’ve felt compelled to make two batches of ice cream. This was definitely a two-batch week. The first was strawberry ice cream for the children, which I have secret plans for this weekend. The second is definitely