I love Wimbledon. And I love pavlova. You? Both instantly transport me to sunny days, long, warm evenings and big groups of very happy people.
Happy summer solstice lovely people! The longest day of the year and the shortest night – also known as midsummer. This heirloom tomato salad is the perfect way to celebrate, because it’s Friday and sunny outside and a gorgeous day for a juicy, sweet, salty, herby no-cook dish.
I’ve never come across gluten free lamingtons in a bakery in the UK. They’re one of the cakes I stare at most, wondering how that thin, glossy chocolate coating tastes alongside the fluffy sponge and sweet jam filling. I’ve always wanted to try them and when Cherry Tree Preserves kindly sent me some of their jams, it seemed like the perfect opportunity!
Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside gluten free chocolate chip cookies, with the most amazing salty, savoury flavour addition from a surprise ingredient: white miso paste.
I’ve been making a batch of these courgette, feta and herb fritters on Monday nights for the week ahead. They keep really well for a few days and are delicious cold in a lunchbox.
My homage to the drinks in my favourite Berlin cafe; a FODMAP friendly strawberry and basil soda that can be fixed up in minutes and served to friends and family for the best summer refresher.
Gluten free crab, tomato and basil bruschetta. Cut in quarters to make the perfect snack, or keep them as they are for a delicious and decadent lunch. I recommend serving in the sunshine with a glass of chilled white wine for extra joy.
A free-form, gluten-free, FODMAP-friendly tart of dreams. Made with a crumbly buckwheat pastry and filled with gooey, crispy goats cheese, spinach and radishes, it’s light, seasonal and would make a stunning centre piece on any spring table.
Anyone else often find themselves stuck in a bit of a lunch rut? This FODMAP friendly buckwheat soba noodle salad is your new go-to work (whether that be at home, in an office or whatever wonderful thing you do) lunch.
An update on the lemon drizzle classic, this is a really easy but delicious bake, that bar a few grapefruits, uses ingredients you’re likely to already have in the cupboard.
This FODMAP friendly roast carrot salad is my kind of salad. Big bits of good stuff, not just soggy leaves. We’re talking sweet roasted carrots, nutty quinoa, aromatic mint, crunchy nuts and creamy lemon yogurt.