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  • SPELT SALAD WITH MANGETOUT AND CHICKEN

    This is one of those great hybrid dishes that’s both a super fresh salad and a substantial main course. BOBW (best of both worlds). It’s very much inspired by some of the salads that you find at places like Babbington and Soho House, and a million miles from the lame “side salads” that I grew […]

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  • SWEET POTATO PANCAKES

    Yes it’s Shrove Tuesday, but pancakes aren’t just for dessert. These make a substantial and tasty gluten free, lower GI, dairy-free alternative and an awesome main meal any day of the year. I served with black bean and tomato salad (see previous recipe) plus avocado and mixed green salad with some lemon juice and olive […]

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  • PALEO COTTAGE PIE

    PALEO COTTAGE PIE We often think of people of the paleolithic era as cavemen, which is pretty harsh as they likely lived in wooden huts and other structures that simply didn’t stand the test of time. Cottages, even. So there’s no reason why they wouldn’t have loved a paleo cottage pie of an evening, after […]

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  • TUNA TARTARE

    Tuna Tartare Ingredients – small lunch for one, or starter for two One large tuna steak – fresh from the fishcounter Medium red onion – finely chopped Two limes- halved Tea spoon of sesame oil Finely chopped seeded red chilli Half teaspoon fresh grated ginger Dessert spoon of white sesame seeds Dessert spoon of black […]

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  • SCALLOPS NASI GORENG

    Don’t just save scallops for fancy restaurants, they’re really easy to cook – and more than 80 percent super lean protein packing, and a good source of both magnesium and potassium. Unfortunately they really are the sort of thing you need to source from your fishmonger or supermarket fish counter, as it’s the big ones […]