diary-free


Is it difficult to keep up with a healthy diet over the festive period? Well, I certainly wouldn’t recommend starting any restrictive diet like anti-candida during this period. But if you’re in the swing of it already, like I am, … Read more…


I have rediscovered ratatouille! I have always loved the this melting pot of Provençal vegetables like aubergines, courgettes, peppers, tomatoes coming together to give a simple, homely yet toothsome result of ratatouille. I liked the simplicity of this one-pot dish: … Read more…


Love is in the air… it’s the love affair between me and the French cuisine. For quite some time I thought about French cuisine as very elaborate and time consuming… until I actually tried experimenting with it myself a few … Read more…


Since I started my anti-candida diet, the biggest challenge was finding a healthy, gluten-free, diary-free and sugar-free dessert or a treat. I think the first couple of weeks were the hardest for me, with pretty much constant sugar cravings at … Read more…


Here’s a falafel recipe with a twist. As I’m still trying to steer away from various grains and pulses and at the same time experimenting constantly with gluten-free grains such as quinoa, millet and buckwheat, recently I’ve decided to make … Read more…


One recipe I didn’t manage to make during a recent visit to my parents, simply as there wasn’t enough days to fit it in, were millet stuffed courgettes. I did try it in advance with quinoa, which you could also … Read more…


Long weekend at my parents’. Anti-candida diet in full swing, so mum’s delicious pierogi and all the finger lickin’ good bakes and cakes need to wait for another occasion. During this visit, the roles in the kitchen have flipped and, … Read more…


Yep, it’s a salad. A simple mix of vegetables with a little dressing. Yet the combination of flavours in this quick summery dish makes it a winner for me. It’s not just a salad; it’s a lovely, colourful, flavoursome salad. … Read more…


Another artichokes recipe for the summer. Simple yet strong tastes mix together in this recipe, creating a very tasty starter. Parsley aioli goes beautifully with the artichokes (you can also use it as an accompaniment to other vegetables) with an … Read more…


A warm summer evening. It’s time for a home-made dinner, but who wants to stay inside on an evening like that. Let’s go out. A dinner on the balcony. A few candles lit to give the evening an even more … Read more…