Author: Caitriona Horne

Six things I’ve learned about maternity wear

Before I was pregnant, my idea of maternity wear fell in to two camps: The first: big billowy Laura Ashley dresses – awash with chintzy floral and worn with pride in the 80s and 90s by my Mother when she was pregnant with me and my sisters. The second: the more modern take on antenatal […]

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Motherless Daughters and the legacy of loss

by Hope Edelman Early mother loss is often an isolating, lonely experience for the daughters left behind. When my mother died of breast cancer in 1981, I was seventeen and none of my friends had been through anything similar. My siblings and I felt like our own little island floating in a sea of dual-parent […]

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Motherless Daughters

Ask any woman whose mother has died, and she will tell you that she is irrevocably altered, as deeply changed by her mother’s death as she was by her mother’s life. Although a mother’s mortality is inevitable, no book had discussed the profound, lasting and far-reaching effects of this loss – until Motherless Daughters, which […]

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Harissa Baked Fish

Donal Skehan’s Harissa Baked Fish

Harissa is a North African spice paste that provides a dark sweet heat to meat dishes, as well as depth of flavour to the classic dish shakshuka, eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce. For quick recipes like this it distills the best of your spice collection into one powerful dollop to be spread over […]

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California Lunch Bowl

Donal Skehan’s California Lunch Bowl

One of my favourite health-conscious cafés in Los Angeles, Honey Hi, serve these turmeric-poached egg bowls and although grain bowls have had a bit of a bad rap, they are quick to make and tasty too. I treat this type of lunch or dinner as an opportunity for a fridge clear-out and anything goes here […]

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Pad Thai

Donal Skehan’s Veggie Pad Thai

The paste you make for this pad thai is key; for best results use a pestle and mortar or blitz in a food processor. Do try and source coriander roots (i.e. not just the stalks) – they have a fresh aromatic taste, which will transport you to the streets of Bangkok and sing through this […]

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Brownies

Deliciously Ella’s Fudgy Brownie Recipe

I’ve been so excited to share this recipe with you, it’s our all-time favourite and probably the most popular sweet recipe we’ve ever had at the deli! The brownies are so gooey and fudgy and I love the crunchy bites of walnuts on top. I often make these for friends, serving them hot out the […]

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Deliciously Ella’s Sri Lankan Curry Recipe

I cook big curries like this a lot for my friends and family and they’re always a hit. They’re also a good way of introducing people to plant-based meals, as a curry feels familiar. This one is a particular favourite, as it’s got so much flavour. The squash is tossed with curry powder and roasted […]

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Corn Fritters

Deliciously Ella’s Sweetcorn Fritters Recipe

These fritters are the basis of our go-to brunch and I can’t begin to count the number of requests we’ve had for this recipe, so I hope you all enjoy making them at home. They’re absolutely incredible with the avocado smash and our smoky baked beans, or else simply pile them high with garlicky sautéed […]

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Deliciously Ella The Plant-Based Cookbook

The Sunday Times number one bestselling cookbook and the fastest selling vegan cookbook of all time. ‘She has become the biggest thing in healthy eating’ – The Times 100 all-new plant-based recipes – by bestselling author Deliciously Ella. Ella’s latest book features the most popular, tried and tested recipes from her supper clubs, pop-ups and […]

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