Roast pork loin with herb stuffing

Roast pork loin with herb stuffing

Did someone say juicy, tender roast pork with crisp crackling and an amazing herby stuffing to boot? This pork is so delicious and such fun to make too! There's plenty of banging and bashing to prepare the herb stuffing, perfect for releasing any pent up tension, and a lovely exfoliating massage for both you and piggy as you prepare the skin to get nice and crispy in the oven.

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Brown sugar and spice cookies

Brown sugar and spice cookies

These cookies are just plain delicious. Seriously, what’s not to like about fragrant disks of dark, spiced cookies, piled high with crunchy, golden raw sugar. And baking these cookies is a great way to start to learn to listen to your body and let it guide you on what you need on any given day. You can do this while you’re adding the spices to your flour.Watch me show you how in my recipe video, or just head straight to your spice cabinet and let your sense of smell be your guide.

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Beautiful beef carpaccio with mustard dressing

Beautiful beef carpaccio with mustard dressing

Few things are as beautiful as a magnificent piece of beef sliced paper thin and dressed with some simple but delicious ingredients. This dish is so simple to prepare but looks and tastes amazing. And guess what - you don't have to have the knife skills of a sashimi chef to create those beef slices. Read on for my secret to paper-thin beef - no ninja slicing required! 

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Roasted chillies with buffalo mozzarella, lemon and basil

Roasted chillies with buffalo mozzarella, lemon and basil

absolutely love roasting chillies. It seems to intensify all their delicious flavour, and you get a gorgeous smoky accent from the remnants of their blackened skin. Removing their seeds renders them mellow and warm but not fiery hot. Roasted chillies are the perfect pairing for some milky, cooling buffalo mozzarella, some bright, fresh basil leaves, some zingy lemon and a soothing drizzle of olive oil to bring it all together. I also love to use fresh summer tomatoes in this dish when they're in season, but it's just as tasty without them, so feel free to whip this up any time you get your hands on some lovely chillies. You could do without the basil too if you wanted to.

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