Author: Caitriona Horne

Deliciously Ella’s Chocolate Fudge Torte Recipe

I ate so many pieces of this torte while we were testing the recipe! It’s rich, indulgent and chocolatey with a lovely mix of ground almonds, maple and dates. for the chocolate torte300g ground almonds150g buckwheat flour50g cacao powder50g coconut sugarpinch of sea salt200ml maple syrup100ml date syrup200ml almond milkthe water from 1 × 400g […]

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Deliciously Ella’s Mushroom and Cauliflower Risotto Recipe

When we’re catering for guests who may be a little sceptical of a vegan meal we tend to go with dishes that feel familiar and accessible, like a risotto. Here we swapped the traditional butter and cheese for almond milk and nutritional yeast, which I know sounds weird but it works. Cooking the rice in […]

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Pavlova

Roast Plum Pavlova from Borough Market

British plums tend to be found at the likes of Jock Stark & Son’s stall in August and September, so really they’re both a summer and autumn market fruit. Finding the correct season in which to pigeon-hole plums, though, is less important than recognising that they make a very fine pavlova topping. Here they are […]

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Chorizo

Chorizo and Piquillo Pepper Traybake from Borough Market

This is an homage to Brindisa Ltd.’s legendary chorizo, piquillo pepper and rocket roll; one of the first and still one of the best street foods in London. This one-tray sausage dish is rich, piquant and deceptively luxurious. It’s simple to cook, though the specific sausages are essential. These can be found at good market […]

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90 Seconds to a Life You Love

90 Seconds to a Life You Love follows a simple formula: 1 choice. 8 feelings. 90 seconds. This book teaches you that if you choose to be fully present and aware when you experience unpleasant feelings. If you choose not to block or avoid these difficult emotions with alcohol, food or denial. If you ride […]

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The New Childhood

IT’S TIME FOR A NEW APPROACH TO SCREEN TIME. Jordan Shapiro believes we need to rethink parental attitudes to technology. There’s a damaging orthodoxy that presents screen-time as the ultimate modern parenting evil and the only acceptable response to it is restriction. Shapiro, psychologist, educational pioneer and father of two, draws on cutting-edge research in […]

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13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do

The emergence of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have awakened society and encouraged women to find their voice and claim back their power. Contending with a host of difficult issues that demand psychological strength – in this crucial book, prominent psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker Amy Morin gives women the techniques to build mental […]

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The Dukan Diet

Discover the real reason why the French stay so slim in this updated edition for 2019. In this updated edition of the best-selling diet from France, you’ll find brand new information on how to lose weight safely and the importance of exercise whilst dieting. With a lifetime of experience helping people to lose weight permanently, […]

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Radical Metabolism

Eat your way to a faster metabolism, easier weight loss and better health with a diet revolution from a leading health pioneer. Go beyond Keto and Paleo with Radical Metabolism, which is the new program from trailblazer and New York Times bestselling author Ann Louise Gittleman revealing the secrets to rejuvenating a sluggish metabolism. No […]

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Eggy Bread

Eggy Bread and Roasted Grapes from Borough Market

It’s easy to forget that grapes are seasonal, such is their ubiquity throughout the year. But autumn is the time of the European grape harvest, and it’s worth taking home a bunch or two of premium French or Italian grapes (such as the black muscat variety) if you come across them in September and October. […]

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