I love making vegetarian pâté, and this Mexican bean version is one of my favourites yet – so much flavour from just a few simple ingredients.
Firstly, thank you so much for all the nice comments on my last post! You're all so lovely. Now, I'm always being asked to share more lunch options, so hopefully some of you will enjoy this recipe. These pesto white bean tortilla roll-ups may not look like much, but they're seriously tasty, and brilliant for popping in a lunchbox. They're stuffed with a classic combination … Read more
Hi all! My last few posts have been written in advance and scheduled to be published on certain days (sorry, it's all magic and trickery here in blogland), but I thought I'd drop in today to introduce you to the newest member of the AYB team. Meet Eden! … Read more
I've got a bit of a retro recipe for you today - buttery chateau potatoes (which are flipping amazing, but we'll get to that in a minute!). It's not a dish I'm hugely familiar with, but P&O Ferries are celebrating their 180th anniversary this year, and asked me to share a recipe inspired by one of their old menus. The menu I chose is from 1958, which I suppose explains why … Read more
For me, there are no greater words in the English language than 'cheesy', 'potato' and 'pie' - especially when all used together. The word 'lentil' is perhaps a little less irresistible, but all of the ingredients in this cheesy potato and lentil pie have an important role to play - the lentils give the pie some nutrition, and help to turn it into a filling meal with plenty of … Read more
Fajitas have got to be one of the best dinners there is - you can pretty much use whatever veggies you have in the fridge, they're full of flavour and spice, and they couldn't be easier to make. In fact they're one of the first dinners that my husband and I made together, back when we were fresh-faced young students in about 2007. I learned to cook all kinds of things around … Read more