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Recipes (Total Recipes 28, Showing: 1 -> 28)
 Winter Vegetable Curry
New Review
The festive season is nearly upon us and I've been really lax - no puds or mincemeat made; no Christmas list drawn up and the bloody bird still isn'...

Asparagus! A magical word that gets my juices going. This is the King of Vegetables (we all know why it's not queen); it's seductive, sensuous, prov...

Baked beetroot with grilled goats’ cheese

Broad Beans
Seasonal Recipe for Broad Beans in June

Cauliflower Soup with Orkney Cheddar Croutons
It's a humorous take on cauliflower cheese. Cauliflower is considered rather bland but when cooked correctly it has a wonderful taste. This dish i...

Fibre and fennel
From the College of Naturopathic Medicine

Folate, B9 and asparagus
From the College of Naturopathic Medicine

Hay Fever and Nettle Tea
Not usually connected with hay, nor does it cause a fever, 'Hay Fever' is an allergic reaction triggered by pollen from trees, flowers and grass, as...

Indian Omelette
From Hardeep Singh Kohli

Jerusalem Artichoke Salad with Lentils, Pancetta and Balsamic
New Review
Chef extraordinaire I have known my Sagittarian chef well before he opened his first restaurant in Edinburgh. Chef Mark Greenaway will not be u...

Moroccan Squash
Moroccan Squash

Mull of Kintyre and courgette muffins
New Review
Cheesy, Peasy, It’s So Easy!

Onions - Pissaladière by Robbie Probert of Merienda Edinburgh
New Review
I chose this dish because it is perhaps one of the most typical specialities of the region that I grew up in, as well as a personal summer favouri...

Potassium and beetroot, walnut & herb dip
From the College of Naturopathic Medicine

Pumpkin, chilli and coconut soup.

Pickled carrot and Japanese radish salad

Rat Stew aka Ratatouille
A Little Gluttony Does You Good! And breathe! The Festival is over and normality reigns, well whatever passes for normal in Edinburgh. I love Se...

Salad Ecosse
New Review
I'm writing this month's 'What's in Season' in the garden because the sun is out and I don't want to waste what summer has to offer by being inside....

Salsify air-dried ham
New Review
Caterwauling from the rooftops It's here! It's finally arrived - Scotland's Year of Food and Drink! Those of us who live and eat Scotland, already...

Spinach and Magnesium
Magnesium First found in Magnesia in Greece, magnesium is a much under-rated but essential mineral. Why you need it  Second only to potassi...

Stuffed Cabbage à la Provençale
New Review
Ingredients: -Savoy cabbage, weighing about 900g, 200 g lean diced bacon, 2 onions, 2 slices stale bread, 300ml milk, 150g long-grain rice, 200g ...

Summer Vegetables
Fancy some fermented mares' milk? It's that time of year where the kids have taken a break from the education system and we all try to escap...

Sweet Potato, Ginger and Turmeric Soup
This spicy, warming soup has a perfect variety of ingredients to help with overall health and wellbeing. Turmeric and ginger have anti-inflammatory ...

The humble cabbage!
Love it or loath it, but cabbage has been a British staple since Roman times. I'm in the former camp; while all my peers at school eschewed the gree...

Tomatoes - Salsa
The Los Cardos Guide to Salsas from Neil Miller

Vitamin A and kale
From the College of Naturopathic Medicine

Wild Garlic and Spring Detox
From the College of Naturopathic Medicine

Wild Garlic Pesto
Stinky stuff

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