Kitchen Therapy’s first cookery course that combines her unique blend of nurture balanced with nutrition. This is a new approach to cooking that uses our healthy imaginations, our intuitive understanding and our natural curiosity to create food that good for mind body and soul. To find out more and book a place, email or phone for this or further courses, workshops and sessions.
A few days (actually nearly 2 weeks) later than anticipated the mung bean feast of the January Detox begins. (more…)
Mung Dhal January brings the opportunity to make a fresh start, and for me, a clearing out of larder, cupboards, head and heart. (more…)
With a busy day to juggle, the kitchen could offer a rewardingly good excuse for the practice of mindfulness – an edible meditation. (more…)
For a number of reasons, I am delighted to get Christmas over and get on with the new year, bringing with it the promise of more sunlight (more…)
Black Forest Gateaux is my better half’s favourite, and its pretty up there in cake rating for me too (more…)
Having harvested the fields (supermarkets neighbour’s garden) I’ve put together as much substance as I could find and think of, (more…)