Author: Caitriona Horne

Light Your Life

Light Your Life

This fascinating and accessible book offers the definitive word on optimizing the light to which we are exposed for health and wellbeing and explains how making small tweaks to our lighting environment can make us healthier and happier. As humans, we have a fascinating relationship with light, and often shape our lives around it – […]

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Goat Yoga

The Little Book of Goat Yoga

Forget Downward-facing Dog – there’s a new kid on the block. Follow Romeo, Poppy, Annie and their gang of furry friends as they experience the joys of yoga. You’ll see that goats always find a way to help humans in their practice, whether that’s simply by lying on the mat underneath them or jumping onto […]

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Aubergine

Turmeric Aubergine and Tadka Yoghurt Raita from Khazana

This gently spiced turmeric aubergine and tadka yoghurt raita dish is wonderful served alongside warm flatbreads. You can use the bread to scoop up the soft aubergines and sweet, spiced yoghurt. SERVES 4 Ingredients 1 large aubergine, cut into 5mm slices 75ml olive oil, plus extra for brushing ½ teaspoon ground turmeric 200g natural yoghurt, […]

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Beetroot Curry

Beetroot Curry from Khazana

The traditional way of eating beetroot in Pakistan is as part of a rich, spicy lamb curry. And while my carnivorous side loves cooking lamb with beets, there is no denying the alluring simplicity of how the ruby rich beetroot is treated in this dish. Perfect with lashings of sour cream and a flatbread of […]

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Why skincare is my short cut to happiness

If, like me, you search daily for the latest skincare products, get a rush of excitement every time you try the new ‘it’ serum and love the prospect of having a healthy, scientifically enhanced complexion for the rest of your days, you might be interested in the rest of this article. Skincare makes me happy […]

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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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