Author Archives: NHNutrition

About NHNutrition

London-based Nutritional Therapist and happily married mother of three beautiful children who loves good food, great wine and healthy living.

Courgetti Ragu

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I love this pasta sauce.  The oldest girl requests this when she comes back from school as it reminds her of home, and smells so delicious as it is slowly cooking.  I have made…

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Courgetti Ragu

I love this pasta sauce.  The oldest girl requests this when she comes back from school as it reminds her of home, and smells so delicious as it is slowly cooking.  I have made an old Anna del Conte’s (A Gastronomy … Continue reading

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An Asian Salad

We had a delicious pot roast chicken at the weekend when the boy came home unexpectedly and we needed to feed him up with something quick and delicious.  Pot roasting is new to me and while it was not the … Continue reading

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An Asian Salad

We had a delicious pot roast chicken at the weekend when the boy came home unexpectedly and we needed to feed him up with something quick and delicious.  Pot roasting is new to me and while it was not the … Continue reading

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A Summer lunch of Ribs, Beans and Corn

Originally posted on Water and Wine:
I was so inspired by Donna Hay’s beautiful article on Aussie slow winter cooking the other day. For those of you who don’t know her, Donna Hay is an Australian food stylist extraordinaire, and always…

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A Summer lunch of Ribs, Beans and Corn

I was so inspired by Donna Hay’s beautiful article on Aussie slow winter cooking the other day. For those of you who don’t know her, Donna Hay is an Australian food stylist extraordinaire, and always has a great and unusual take … Continue reading

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An easy Sunday lunch of roast chicken with a spring salad

It was such a beautiful day on Sunday we fancied something lighter for lunch, and the boys wanted to watch the rugby, so we needed something quick and easy to prepare and eat.  We picked up a couple of chickens … Continue reading

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A Sunday Lunch of Moroccan Mechoui Lamb

This time of year, lamb makes a wonderful Sunday roast.  At the weekend we bought a leg of lamb from J Seal Butchers in Barnes (established over a hundred years ago).  They source their lamb from Devon, and like most good butchers, … Continue reading

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Spring a Leek

The leek is a wonderful vegetable currently in season and often overlooked for its more exotic counterparts.  A member of the allium family, but milder in flavour than the onion, like them, they are rich in sulphur and consequently both anti-bacterial … Continue reading

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Finger on the Pulse

After the crash weight-loss madness of January, it’s probably time to look at more sustainable ways to lose weight.  To help us lose weight, and keep us feeling fuller longer, a good intake of protein is essential.  However, a diet … Continue reading

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