Beetcorn Fritters


I discovered these in my favourite local cafe, Eat’n mess in Sevenoaks,  As well as delicious gluten free and refined sugar free treats they also completely rock the savoury stuff too.  They serve these (well similar to as I made up this recipe after being inspired by them) with smashed avocado and grilled halloumi – seriously yummy!!  I added coriander and cumin to my fritters to spice them up a little.   How would you eat yours?



This was actually the first recipe that I presented at my workshop in my apartment 3 years ago.  I still use this recipe today in my cooking at home and with private clients.  It is super simple but always tastes so good. I recommend you mark this a favourite!!

Quick & Easy Hummus


My father is from Lebanon so I grew up with amazing Lebanese cuisine and remember looking up at him in the kitchen while he would make the most delicious food. So its easy to understand why hummus is one of my all time classic favourite comfort foods.

Spiced Roasted Butternut Squash dip


This was a recipe created for another workshop at The Fairmont Monte Carlo.  I can’t remember the exact subject was but this is why I loved it: Squash – contains cucurbitacins – potent anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory compounds. Beans – packed with protein, fiber, folate, magnesium, potassium, and more, beans are also full of antioxidants, particularly flavonoids, which are known to have anti-aging properties Cumin – Aids in the breakdown of fats and the absorption of nutrients, promoting healthier digestion. Coriander – a powerful chelating agent that can remove toxic heavy metals from the central nervous system. Lemon – High…
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Raw Cashew Butter


This is a really cool and clever recipe that is an alternative to regular butter.  This cashew butter is a high protein spread that is delicious on crackers or in smoothies. This was made for a workshop at Modjo in 2015 and is made with only 3 ingredients!!