Beef brisket is one of my favourite recipes for this time of year. The key to brisket is the thick layer of fat that melts while cooking and a long, slow cook in a low heat oven.
Arabella Boxer is someone who I have admired for many years and her cookbook First Slice Your Cookbook has been a staple in my kitchen since it was published in 1964.
Julie Montagu is hosting a special health retreat at the farm in Kingham, which combines her love of nutrient dense food with strengthening yoga sessions.
Refreshing, vitamin-dense citrus fruit is something that I crave at this time of year and one of my favourite January rituals is to make a big batch of Seville Marmalade.
I have always believed that good health comes from within, and our farmshops are now full of gut-friendly foods that balance and heal from the inside out.
Join us at the farm on Saturday 16th January for our Health & Wellbeing Open Day, from 9am – 6pm.
My love affair with India started 40 years ago and during that time I have been drawn back time and time again.
This January The Cookery School is focusing on gut friendly food with a great line up of health based classes, from how to make the perfect bone broth to cooking for the family without dairy, gluten and added sugar.
This is a great detox broth that really feels as though it is doing you good. It’s the perfect recipe for this time of year, when you need something warm and comforting to stave off the cold.
January for me is a time of restraint and recovery, when we cut back after the excesses of Christmas and prepare our minds and bodies for the year ahead.
Kickstart healthy eating habits this new year and give your body a chance to repair and rejuvenate by taking a break from processing food with Daylesford’s 1 and 3 day organic cold-press juice cleanses.