How to make paneer

How to make paneer

During my recent trip to India I ate SO many great curries with paneer. I came home fired up with the intention of making my own; I suspect this is partly because I was trying to hold on to memories of lovely warm weather as I headed back into the grey UK winter. The...
How to taste chocolate

How to taste chocolate

Doesn’t tasting chocolate involve just popping some choccy chunks in your mouth and chomping? Well, no. There’s a bit more involved if you want to fully appreciate a good quality bar of chocolate. (One small caveat before you read on: the below does not apply if...
How to bake with gluten free flour

How to bake with gluten free flour

Guest Post: Stephanie Seege, Founder of Helpings Stephanie Seege was inspired to set up Helpings following her struggle with chronic illnesses. Stephanie discovered that following a diet excluding gluten, dairy and yeast free helped her to manage her symptoms. However...
How to cook with cherries

How to cook with cherries

There’s something almost indecent about eating cherries. Maybe it’s the way their thick juice can trickle down your chin or coat your fingers in deep red stickiness. Or perhaps it’s how the warm ripe fruit bursts in your mouth with glorious sweetness. Cherries can be...
How to make seed or nut butter

How to make seed or nut butter

I’ve been making lots of seed and nut butters recently, and they are really so much more simple than I expected. I particularly love seed butters, but they can be expensive to buy if you eat them as much as I do. I eat seed butter on its own, dip carrots in for a...