Vegetable moussaka casserole

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Since I went all Greek on you last time with my prasorizo, I thought I’d continue the theme with this simple vegetarian moussaka casserole. Moussaka is one of my favourite foods ever. When we lived in Liverpool we used to go out for Greek food fairly often (if you live near Liverpool, go to Christaki’s! Best… 

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Prasorizo (Greek rice with leeks)

It’s taken me so long to learn the name of this Greek side dish. I made it weeks ago and ever since, I’ve had to look up the name of it every time I think about it. It bugs me so much when I can’t remember something. Buuut the name has finally stuck – prasorizo!… 

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Caribbean-style sweet potato stew 8

Caribbean-style sweet potato stew

It’s Caribbean Food Week this week! From 18th – 25th August, Grace Foods are celebrating all things Caribbean, ending with the Notting Hill Carnival in London – which I have allllways wanted to go to. Where else can you dance down the street dressed in nothing but a glittery bikini and a few feathers without… 

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40 quick vegetarian dinners landscape

50 ridiculously quick vegetarian dinners (20 minutes or less!)

I am lazy – super, super lazy. I absolutely love cooking, but most of the time you won’t find me in the kitchen for more than an hour at the time (and that’s only on special days). I think I just like sitting down too much. Sooo, over the years I’ve come up with loads… 

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Creamy coconut corn chowder 5

Creamy coconut corn chowder

What’s the difference between a soup and a chowder? I always thought a chowder was just a chunky soup, but there are some chunky soups that I would never call a chowder (I’ve never heard of minestrone chowder), so… who knows. I’m definitely going to call this a chowder though, since it means I can sing ‘chowdaaaaah’… 

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White wine mushroom bruschetta with halloumi 9

White wine mushroom bruschetta with halloumi

I don’t get many opportunities to be classy. It’s (arguably) not that I’m actively classless, but when you spend your days cooking, cleaning and plonked in front of a computer, it’s hard to feel glamorous. Nobody wants to see me hanging up washing in a ball gown. So, when I want to feel classy for… 

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Pomegranate and goat’s cheese pasta

This pomegranate and goat’s cheese pasta recipe demonstrates my need for the occasional bit of luxury. Sometimes I just need to treat myself. I try to be ridiculously frugal 95% of the time. I can’t remember the last time I bought a new pair of shoes (actually that’s a lie, I can. It was back in February… 

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