gluten-free


Can you make a special dinner for that special one and still keep to the diet? You bet! I admit first few weeks or maybe even a couple of months on the diet were rather tricky, as it required a … Read more…


I admit, I wasn’t a big fan of peanut butter until I moved to London. And even then the beginnings weren’t too smooth until, step by step, I just fell in love with peanut butter… Perhaps it’s like with olives … Read more…


Who would believe you can have such a treat whilst on the anti-candida diet? Well, one of my girlfriends couldn’t quite believe it. She visited us a few weeks back and as I knew she also started her anti-candida treatment … Read more…


Christmas is (almost) here! It certainly feels much closer as of today, as we’ve decorated our house with Christmas ornaments, cheerful garlands and festive lights. We have put up our Christmas tree, all silvery-white this year, calling for white Christmas, … Read more…


On a warm summer day, I could have a bowl of this tabbouleh as a salad, on its own, or accompanied by some green leaves or fresh tomatoes. It’s a great ingredient of a mezze too. And it makes a … Read more…


I think good food is all about making you feel better. That’s providing you with the good energy, vitamins and other nutrients, but also, equally importantly, it’s about enjoying the food in the right place, at a good pace and … 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…


This summery salad brings together wonderful tastes and flavours of roasted vegetables, mixed with quinoa. Perfect for a summery dinner al fresco and if you make a bigger batch, you can pack it for lunch next day! Ingredients Serves 4 … Read more…


Quick post, with quick coriander flatbreads. Fresh coriander added to the dough transforms these flatbreads, giving them a truly aromatic, Mediterranean touch. And they go so well with the baked aubergine dip. A Mediterranean feast in the making. This is … Read more…


I first tried this salad when I was visiting my friend last year, in the early phase of my anti-candida diet. As usual, we started the meeting in the kitchen, as the kettle was on and she was preparing dinner … Read more…