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Cookery Lessons & Cook-a-Longs

I teach individuals, small and large groups of people to cook.
I teach children, adults, families, siblings, colleagues, grandparents and friends.  I run zoom classes, in person classes and demonstrations (when allowed!)
if you’re interested in a lesson message me at

I also run monthly Sunday cook-a-longs where anyone can sign up and join a live class. See front page for the next one….

Lettuce & Pink Grapefruit Salad

Lettuce takes centre stage in this delicious salad. The lettuce is the main ingredient not just a filler – so make sure you choose fresh, crunchy lettuce. Mixed with tangy Pink Grapefruit, vibrant pomegranate and crunchy pumpkin seeds and topped with a Marie Rose Dressing – It tastes as good as it looks.

Lettuce provides Vitamin K, Beta-Carotene, and Manganese. Manganese is required for effective wound healing, as is Vitamin C, which is provided by the pomegranate seeds and pink grapefruit.

If you enjoy this salad as much as we do, I’d love it if you could leave a comment below.



Fish Tacos with Pickled Red Onion

Spicy fish, crunchy slaw and tart pickled onions all come together in a soft tortilla wrap to make these Cod Tacos totally delicious. If you haven’t made pickled onions before, you’ll be surprised how easy they are.

Cod is a great source of lean protein and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.

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Fattoush Salad

This is a fresh, crunchy middle eastern salad that can be as basic as tomato, cucumber, onion and croutons or you can add a few extra delicious flavours….. zaatar pitta chips, parsley, red onion, lemon etc. and you have this one.

You can add other extras too if you like…olives, preserved lemon, coriander, sesame seeds…..

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Sticky Fingers Hack

Do your fingers get sticky when you’re rolling balls of dough, falafel, chicken balls, rice etc….. Watch this quick video to find an easy way to stop food sticking to your fingers

Let me know what you think when you try it



Apple & Berry Strudel

OMG! I forgot the strudel. I opened the oven to see how burnt it was and actually it was wonderfully golden and crispy and the apple was soft and sweet….. interesting! Well they say you learn best by making mistakes…so I’ve said cook it for approx 40 mins but if you have a bit more time….. don’t worry about leaving it in for a bit longer (just check it doesn’t burn)

Anyway….. if you’re looking for a dessert that has no refined sugar, tastes delicious and provides one of your 5 a day you’re in the right place. Make this Apple & Berry Strudel… it’s delicious

Video recipe coming soon….

If you enjoy this as much as we do, I’d love it if you could write a comment below.



Cheesecake Pots

These Cheesecake Pots make a delicious dessert, snack or breakfast.

They are made with a layer of crunchy homemade granola, a layer of creamy light whipped yoghurt and cream cheese and topped with fruit. I like mixed berries and passion fruit.

It’s super easy to make and the extra granola can be eaten for breakfast or as a snack and lasts for ages in a sealed container.

Dairy foods are a great source of calcium (healthy bones) and Vitamin B2 (helps the body to release energy from foods)

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Mushroom Noodle Broth

I don’t really know what to say except make this Broth. It’s totally delicious. If you like mushrooms – You won’t regret it.

It’s based on a recipe from @itsuofficial and then I added a few things. It’s got protein (tofu) carbs (noodles) & lots of veg (mushrooms, edamame, spinach) so it’s a meal in a bowl. Warming, filling, delicious.

If you enjoy it as much as we do, I’d really apprecaite it if you could leave a message below.



Sweetcorn and Spinach Fritters

What’s the best way to get kids eating vegetables they don’t like?

Grate them or cut them up, mix with eggs, flour and milk and fry them – magically turning them into delicious fritters/latkes

But I don’t like spinach/courgettes/kale/sweet potato????

Try them like this – you might be surprised….