Globe Artichoke season is in full swing! However, we get so many people who are hesitant to want to them because they can be intimidating to cook. Or they have only ever had it one way, and decided they didn’t like them. I am confident that after this post you will find one way to love artichokes 🙂 Not only… Read more →
Tag: eat local
Eating Fully Local Challenge – Year 2, halfway mark!
So this is where I confess my sins… right? People say how difficult it is, and others are praising what we are doing through opting to restrict ourselves to eat 100% local for an entire month. People like to see all or nothing, these challenges where people go all in. Whilst I love to do these things for myself, and… Read more →
Why Everyone in Malta Should Eat a Mediterranean Diet!
Well first of all… we’re in the Mediterranean! Through consuming what grows naturally around us, we can better the health of both us, and of the environment. We are fortunate here in Malta that fresh produce grows 365 days a year. It is incredibly accessible, yet people are instead choosing to eat pastries and heavily processed foods – which is… Read more →
Blue Cheese Leek and Turnip Gratin!
Low GI Blue Cheese and Turnip and Potato Gratin! Healthy recipe that feels like comfort food. Read more →
Fluffy Turnip Puff Recipe!
Did you know that turnips are actually super lovely to bake with? You can even make a delicious baked dish where the MAJORITY of it is made up of turnips – not flour, not butter, not sugar, but turnips! It is super easy, healthy and of course, delicious 🙂 Ingredients 4 Medium Sized turnips (around 6 cups in total) 2… Read more →
Reconnecting With Our Food
One of the main reasons why we had done this 30 day fully local challenge was to bring light on the great disconnect that we have with our food. Where it comes from, how it got to us, how this affects us, and what happens as a result of this? Whilst I thought I had gained a greater understanding and… Read more →
Fully Local Challenge Week 3
Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance. This is exactly what we did not follow this past week. This week, the 30-day challenge really deemed itself to be a challenge! With important events, such as the best friends wedding, which also brought family in town from abroad – our proper prior planning went out the window, and therefore, resulted in poor… Read more →