This recipe and introduction is from my new cookbook Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet. I first discovered ‘chaat’ on my travels through India, where it’s served on the streets on palm leaf plates as a delicious snack. This recipe is a take on ‘aloo chaat’. It’s similar to a potato hash, but with lots […]
Last September, the Spanish-Welsh artist Rafael Pérez Evans dumped about 29 tonnes of carrots on the doorstep of Goldsmiths university as an art piece called Grounding. The installation kickstarted local conversations about waste, including a protest that involved cooking with the carrots and, seeing as the university is just down the road from me, I […]
The Pulp Fiction Burger is a plant based burger to use up juice pulp.
Regenerative agriculture is an ideology and farming practice based on many years of scientific research and agroecological farming practices such as organic, biodynamic and permaculture. Regenerative agriculture works in harmony with nature, valuing wildlife and ecology. It increases biodiversity, builds and enlivens soils, protects the land from erosion and improves our ecosystems. It also aims […]
Over the last ten years all my work in food, writing, cooking and teaching has had a clear environmental focus. This passion for climate-friendly cuisine began as a teenager, when I lived and worked on a variety of intensive and agroecological farms. It then became my core focus in 2011 when I created my first […]
“Food Sustainability” A holistic approach to food that considers how our nutrition impacts the world around us from an environmental, social and economic perspective which aims to prevent climate change through protecting biodiversity and Earth’s living systems – including soil, plant, animal, air, water – for our own and future generations, whilst supporting food security, health, […]